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Lake Oconee Fishing Reports


2012-03-27
11:37 AM

The Stripers have returned - The striper bite is wide open on Lake Oconee, and we are having a blast chasing them. The fish are in the deep water at the dam, and live shad is the ticket. We are seeing the bite early and late in the day. If you are interested in catching one of t more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2012-02-09
7:26 AM

The Crappie are Biting! - Its on like Donkey Kong. Check out our new video of crappie fishing from 2-8-12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nSJIW-jErz0 Tight Lines Doug more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2012-01-27
12:44 PM

Time for the February Blitz - February is when it all starts happening! The first thing we will begin to see are those huge crappies. In February and March it seems that I spend most of my time, as a guide, chasing after these big fish. Using the spider-rig technique we will beg more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2012-01-07
1:42 PM

Stripers and Crappie are on! - Water Temp mid 50's Water Clarity - clear We are approaching the time of year when the bite really starts to take off. The on and off warm weather has slowed the bite considerably, but it seems the weather has finally stabilized, and great fis more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2011-10-27
1:51 PM

Finally.....the crappie have come back to..... - I know it sounds like I think I am The Rock from WWF, but it is very exciting to see the fishing start to pick up on Oconee. Since it is such a shallow lake, the water heats up and stays warm for a long time. It takes many cool, even cold days, for t more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2011-06-19
9:47 PM

URigs are hot on Lake Oconee - Water temp 89 degrees Water is stained The umbrella rig bite on Oconee is in full swing right now. It is amazing that you can drop a live bait down to them and they would rather eat plastic, instead of the real thing. I guess it is the reaction more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2011-05-09
6:37 PM

The Big Bites of May! - Water temp 75 degrees Water is stained Sorry that it has taken so long to have a decent fishing report. We have had our annual shad spawn going on and it just completely shuts the fishing down, execpt for early morning hours. Well, the shad sp more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2011-03-09
7:12 AM

Everything is going off! - Water temp 58 to 60 Water is clear Thing are about to get crazy on Lake Oconee. It is the senario of feast or famine. For long winter months there is little activity, no reports of fish being caught, and everyone staying indoors. Then out of n more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2011-01-27
10:03 PM

Its Crappie Time - Water temp 47 to 49 Water is clear Well, boys and girls, it is just about that time of the year. The phone has started ringing, the snow has melted and fisherman are starting to get cabin fever, and not a moment too soon. We have had a tough more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-12-01
8:27 AM

Crappie and Stripers - Water temp is low 60's in the biggest part of the lake with temps as low as 57 in upper end. Finally the water temp has gotten right and the fishing on Lake Oconee has started off for the 2010/2011 year. First of all the crappie have been biting more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee

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