Posts Tagged ‘striper’

8-26-10 Lake Lanier Fishing Report

August 26th, 2010 by jeffblair

Striper fishing continues to be great. Downrods still have been more productive than trolling for me. Most of the fish I am finding is still in the mouths of most southend creeks and deep pockets off the river channel. There have been a few days we have found them schooled up real good in the […]

12-20-09 Lake Lanier Fishing Report

December 20th, 2009 by jeffblair

Fishing has been great all week. We have been catching good numbers of 5-15 pound fish on the northend in the backs of the creeks. Downrods, freelines and u-rigs are all producing at different times. Freelines have been better in the morning pulled out over the creek channel in 30-60ft of water. Earlier in the […]

11-20-2009 Lake Lanier Fishing Report

November 21st, 2009 by jeffblair

Striper fishing has been great this past week. There is a good number of fish showing up on the north end. We are starting to see more schooling fish on the surface feeding on threadfins. My bait of choice for these fish is a 4″ Storm wildeye swimshad. Most of our fish are still coming […]

Fishing on Lake Lanier Fall 2009

October 26th, 2009 by jeffblair
Fishing on Lake Lanier Fall 2009

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October 19 2009 Lake Lanier Fishing Report

October 20th, 2009 by jeffblair

This past week we started fishing the northend of the lake.  Water temp mainly around 68 degrees.  Catching good size stripers 10-27lbs freelining points and flats 2-18ft deep just off the river channel with gizzard shad and trout.  This is just the start of the northend bite and should only get better as the water […]