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Lake Lanier Fishing Report

June 2009 – Lake Lanier Fishing Report



  Water Temperature:  69 degrees Lake Level: Approx. 1065.49 and rising     Stripers:  The lake looks great and the striper fishing has really turned on the last few weeks. The topwater bite has been strong and the average size of the fish has been excellent. Look for the topwater bite to disappear once the […]

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April 2009- Lake Lanier Fishing Report



April 2009 Water Temperature: 60 degrees Lake Level: Approx. 1062.93 Stripers: The striper fishing on Lake Lanier has been slower than normal. The biggest reason has been the colder than normal water temperature. However, with the recent sunshine the water temperature is warming fast and the bite should get back to normal. Look for some […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report March 2009



Stripers: The big fish bite for the stripers is here. As always for this time of year, we are not catching as many fish as later in the spring but we are making up for it in size. Early spring is by far the best time to catch a trophy striper on Lanier. The big […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report February 2009



Finally, the news about the lake is encouraging. The lake has risen several feet over the last month and we are now five feet ahead of last year at the same date. The lake is still not where we would like but at least it is an improvement. Several more boat ramps are now open […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report January 2009



Water Temperature: 51 degrees and falling Lake Level: Approx. 1052.55 Finally seeing the lake level come up a little. The lake has come up approximately a foot and a half with the recent rains. Still only a few boat ramps open. Charleston Park, Tidwell, Shoal Creek, and Clarks Bridge are now all open. Hopefully with […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report December 2008



Water Temperature: 55 degrees and falling Lake Level: Approx. 1051 and Falling Same as last month and the month before, no good news on the lake level. The lake continues to fall and close in on last years record low. If we do not break last years record low I will be amazed. A few […]

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Lake Lanier Fishing Report November 2008



November Fishing Report Water Temperature: 70 degrees and falling Lake Level: Approx. 1053 and Falling Well, no encouraging news on the lake level. The lake continues to fall and close in on the record low of last year with almost no media coverage. The list of boat ramps closing continues to grow. Be sure to […]

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October 2008 – Lake Lanier Fishing Report



Water Temperature: 74 degrees and falling Lake Level: Approx. 1054 and Falling The lake continues to struggle. We are still behind last year on the lake level. I have been amazed that there has not been any talk that the lake could become lower than last year and reach a new record low. Last year […]

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September 2008 – Lake Lanier Fishing Report



  Water Temperature: 84 degrees Lake Level: The lake level continues to drop. Looks like the worst is yet to come for Lanier. The lake level has dropped below 1054’, which is seven feet below what it was at this time last year. The number of boat ramps open continues to dwindle. Charleston, Tidwell, Shoal […]

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August 2008 – Lake Lanier Fishing Report



Water Temp. 84 degrees Lake Level: Same as last month and the month before and the month before, the lake level continues to be a great concern. The lake level is approximately 1055 and falling. A few more ramps have closed. At this time, the boat ramps at Charleston, War Hill, East Bank, Tidwell, and […]

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