2-4-2011 Lake Lanier Fishing Report

Written by jeffblair on February 4, 2011
2-4-2011 Lake Lanier Fishing Report

Fishing of any kind on Lake Lanier has slowed down to a crawl the past couple weeks. Water temps have been staying around 41-43 degrees. The weather has not helped at all. You can catch a few stripers right now pulling urigs on points and flats in the mouth of any creek. The stripers on the southend seem to be a little deeper than the northend. Up north I am seeing good numbers in the 15-20ft range and on the southend they are on 25-40ft humps. I have heard of very few fish caught on live bait. Most reports I am getting are urigs or casting bucktails or flukes. The crappie fishing should be on fire right now but I have hit them hard this past week and have not caught the numbers or size we should be catching. The ones we are getting are coming on 1/32oz pink and white popeye jigs on deep water docks. Some of the best crappie fishing on Lake Lanier is in the next couple months. If you are looking to book a trip right now I strongly suggest waiting a week or so untill the water temp gets back on the rise. All we need is a few degrees and fishing should be off the charts. I am still going to be on the water staying up to date with whats going on so if anyone wants a more current report feel free to call me. 678-542-4176

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One Response to “2-4-2011 Lake Lanier Fishing Report”

  1. B-Bro says:

    I’m with you there captain, we got skunked in 8 hours of fishing last Saturday and it was a beautiful day.

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