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Lake Oconee Fishing Reports


2010-10-13
2:55 PM

Hooray, It is striper season again! - Water is clear My last fishing report stated that the water temp on Lake Oconee was 94 degrees. 94 freaking degrees!!!!! I am happy today to report today that it is finally down into the mid 70's, and you know what that means. It has began! T more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-08-19
12:39 PM

Dog Days are Here - Water is clear Water temp is 94 degrees We have offically entered into the dog days of summer time and the fishing is as poor as it will get all year. The pumpback causes warm water to go back into the lake, which in turn keeps the lake from d more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-07-28
8:53 AM

Boiling water on Lake Oconee - Water is clear Water temp is boiling! As you can tell by the water temp, we have entered into the dreaded dog days of summer. This time of year is just horrible on the stripers and hybrids. They go deep and get lethargic and it is a challenge more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-06-27
8:43 PM

The Tailrace bite is getting better! - Water temp is 89 degrees It is that time of the year when things slow down everywhere on the lake..........except for the tailrace. It is the Bristol Bay Brawl of striper fishing on Lake Oconee and it takes place every year when the fish began loo more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-05-31
8:27 AM

The 2010 Tailrace bite is on! - Water is clear up Richland Creek Water temp is 84 degrees We are entering our late spring/summer bite on Lake Oconee and it is during these months that things can get really interesting. We began to focus our attention in the tailrace of Walla more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-04-12
2:01 PM

It is striper season again! - Water is stained clear and 63 degrees The hybrids and stripers have showed up at the dam and for the next month it should be great fishing. If you have never fished there, you don't know what you are missing. There is a flotilla of boats jockeying more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-03-19
7:42 AM

The stripers have returned - Water is stained and 59 It is time, to get in line, to catch the big fish on Oconee. Striper season is here and it appears they are going to be extra big, hungry, and aggressive this year! We had a super shad kill over the winter and our linesi more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-03-13
8:00 PM

It is time for crappie crazy fishing - Water is stained and 53 degrees The crappie bite is just awesome right now! Over the past 2 days we have caught our limit on guided trips and I have witnessed many other anglers leave with their limits too! We wait all season long for these h more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-02-22
10:29 AM

Crappie season in underway - Water is stained and 45 degrees I think by now it is safe to say that our 2010 crappie season is under way. It appears that everything is going to run a little late this year, due to all the cold snowy weather we have had. The water is still cold more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2010-01-20
1:48 PM

We are freezing our props off! - Water is stained Water temp is 39. The brutal cold weather we have experienced last week has caused the crappie fishing to be hit and miss, mainly miss. The water is around 15 degrees colder than normal however we all feel like just any day now more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee

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