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Lake Oconee Fishing Reports


2009-03-18
8:16 AM

Stripers and Crappie - March 18, 2009 Water Temp 60 The bullets have returned! Many anglers wait for this moment each striper season and it is finally here. The stripers have started showing up at Wallace Dam and they are all big! Several anglers have began boat more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2009-02-26
7:33 PM

Slabs are red hot! - Water temp 52 February 26, 2009 The crappie fishing is at a fevered pitch on Lake Oconee. Honestly, this may be the best crappie season that we have seen in the past 5 years. Big fish and limits have been the norm over the past few weeks. The w more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2009-02-09
7:44 PM

winter monsters have returned! - February 9, 2009 The monster crappie of the winter have returned! When the water hits 53 degrees in special areas on Oconee, the huge crappie began to show up and it becomes hallowed time. Guys take off from work, guides contact all their client more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2009-01-24
5:40 PM

3 pound crappie! - Water Temp is 47 upper end. Lake is stained on the upper end. It is that wonderful time of the year when the stripers get busy and the crappie start staging for spawn. Of course all of the things are still a little early, but the cold weather more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2009-01-06
6:37 AM

Crappie fishing is heating up! - January 6, 2009 Water Temp is 52 We are entering the time of year when the crappie fishing just gets crazy good! It starts as the weather cools down in January, then comes February with sometimes really cold temps that makes the crappie go cra more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2008-12-23
12:01 PM

Winter time - Water Temp is 50 The fishing just keeps getting better on Oconee with the stripers and hybrids showing some really good sizes for this time of year. The unusually cold weather has moved the shad into the coves earlier than expected, which means th more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2008-12-05
2:28 PM

Winter Time brings great bite - Water Temp is in 60s in lake 45 degrees up river This has been a wild week for all types of fishing on Lake Oconee. First of all the crappie have been on fire. Over 2 days of fishing we caught over 100, from dinks to a couple that would run 2 pou more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2008-11-17
8:06 PM

Top water action! - Water Temp is 69 degrees Water is at down about 1 1/2 feet Ok, finally its here! Every year we anticipate the fall run for line-sides and I always jump the gun because I can't wait for them to show up. The wait is over, no more hoping and pra more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2008-10-27
9:29 PM

Can't wait to get started - October 27, 2008 Water is down 1 foot and clear The thing is so quick to being on right now, that I can't even tell you. The thing I am talking about is the fall start; our official opening day; of fishing season. Each and every year we all try more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee


2008-10-11
10:30 AM

Fall bite is on! - Water Temp is 78 degrees Water is at down about 2 feet The fall fishing run has finally started and it looks as if it is going to really be great. Every year we bite our fingernails down to nubbins' waiting on the water to cool down and for the more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee

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