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Lake Lanier Fishing Report September 2010



The weather is absolutely incredible on the lake and the fishing continues to be good. The stripers are still on the downline in big schools on the south end of the lake. Most of our fish are coming 50 ft deep over a 100 feet of water. We are using light line and long leaders […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report August 2010



The most consistent striper fishing of the year is upon us. If you have never been out on Lanier, now is the time to go. ┬áThe stripers are out over the deep water in the largest schools of the year. It is not uncommon to get multiple fish on at one time. Today we had […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report – July 2010



If you have never been on the lake striper fishing, now is the time to go. The most consistent fishing of the year is upon us. The schools of stripers are getting larger and larger as expected. It is not uncommon to get numerous stripers on at the same time. We are using downlines with […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report – June 2010



The downline bite is in full swing here on Lake Lanier. With the hot weather the fish have went deep as expected. We are fishing 28 to 40 ft deep for the most part on the north end of the lake. With each passing week, the stripers are moving further and further down the lake […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report – May 2010



May is almost here and the topwater bite is already in full swing. We are catching fish on redfins, spooks, pencil poppers and all other types of topwater baits. Still catching some good fish on shad as well but it has been hard to get way from the topwater bite. Fishing has been best early […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report – March 2010



The cold is finally breaking its hold on Lake Lanier. Fishing is improving quickly. Fishing is equal day and night. I would say your chances of big numbers is bigger at night throwing the bomber and the best chance of a big fish being best during the day especially early and the morning. It will […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report – January 2010



The recent severe cold snap has really dropped the water temperature on the lake. The water temperature has went from 50 degrees down to 43 degrees. As a result, the fish have went deeper looking for a more stable water temperature. Look for the umbrella rig to continue to be the best pattern. However, you […]

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