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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mike Maddalena


2011-08-07
2:07 PM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing is great! - Not much has changed, Striper fishing is still very good. The fish are biting all day with the best bite starting mid morning. The challenge continues to be finding the fish. The exception seems to be 2, 4 and 6 mile creeks. The fish are there and so more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-07-29
9:16 AM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing is Great! - Striper fishing is very good. The morning bite has picked up this week and the fish are biting all day. The challenge has been finding the fish. Several days this week I have found fish in one creek only to go back the next day and there is no sign o more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-04-28
4:46 PM

Lake Lanier Fishing Report - Striper fishing is good. Not a lot has changed this week. The weather continues to be the key. Storms, high winds and cold fronts continue to make fishing challenging. There is an early morning bite with some quality fish being caught. The numbers of more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-04-17
12:12 PM

Lake Lanier Fishing Report - 04-13-2011 - Striper fishing is good. Not much has changed this week. The weather has been the key all week. We get on some good fish and a cold front will come through and mess up the fishing for a couple of days. There is an early morning bite on free line herr more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-04-07
12:45 PM

Lake Lanier Fishing Report - 04-06-2011 - The water is heating up and so is the striper fishing. Striper fishing is good and if the weather holds it should only improve. There is an early morning bite on free line herring pulled at 100 - 120 feet behind the board across points and flats. Af more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-03-31
12:21 PM

Lake Lanier Fishing Report - 03-30-2011 - The striper fishing is improving but remains fair. This past week has been a mixed bag without a real pattern. We have caught fish on points, flats over 20ft. bottoms and over creek channels on 80ft. bottoms from one end of the creeks to the other. more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-03-01
5:30 PM

Lake Lanier Stripers are moving shallow - With the warming temps (waters in low to mid 50's) the stripers are getting active. There is still a lot of dead bait around, but the bigger fish are wanting larger baits, in preparation for the up coming spawn. The backs of the creeks on the lower more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-02-15
6:55 PM

Lake Lanier Fishing Reports - Stripers on the move! - Overall, striper fishing is still on the slow side, with the cold water temps and threadfin kill still occuring. There has been a noticeable movement of gizzard shad towards backs of the creeks, with the warmer temps and stained water in the cree more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-02-07
3:41 PM

Lake Lanier Winter Stripers - Striper fishing continues to be slow. The threadfin winter kill is in full force. The stripers are inactive due to the cold temperatures. They are not eating much and when they do there is plenty of dying threadfins to be had with very little effort. more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-01-26
11:31 PM

Stripers are hit or miss - Striper fishing has been fair this week. The backs of the creeks are colder than the middle due to the cold water run-off from the melting snow. Consequently, the bait and the fish are holding in the middle of the creeks. There is an early morning an more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier

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