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Fishing Reports by Capt. Mike Maddalena


2011-01-12
1:20 PM

Lake Lanier U-RIG bite is still very strong. - Not much has changed this week. Typical for this time of year, weather changes, specifically cold fronts can make fishing challenging. It is not uncommon to have a great day fishing followed by a couple of days where the fish seem to have disappeare more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2011-01-02
9:38 AM

U-RIGS are on fire! - The weather and the fishing has improved this week. The fish are scattered lake wide but the middle to the south end continues to be the most productive areas. As the weather begins to warm the afternoon bite will continue to improve. The fish are be more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2010-12-20
9:04 AM

Lake Lanier Stripers are moving out! - With the sub freezing weather the lake has dropped another 5 degrees to the mid 40's. The backs of the creeks are very cold and some have ice. The stripers continue to hold 35 - 50 ft deep over a 50 - 70 ft bottom from mid way back to the mouths of t more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2010-12-14
8:43 AM

Lake Lanier Stripers are moving deep! - The cold weather we have had this week has dropped the lake temperature to the high 40's and low 50's. The backs of the creeks are colder than the middle of the creeks consequently the bait has moved from the back of the creeks to the middle. Look fo more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2010-11-25
7:34 PM

Hot Lake Lanier Striper Bite! - Fishing has been good but it is a hide and seek game. Finding the fish is the key as they are scattered lake wide. The pattern is totally different from the North end to the South end. The fish are in the backs of the North end creeks from Sardus to more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier


2010-11-09
11:04 AM

Lake Lanier is producing some big stripers. - Overall, striper fishing is hit or miss. For those willing to catch big gizzards or dump the cash on large trout there is a good big fish bite occuring. Up either river, fish the areas around the tempature breaks. The large live bait (over 10 inches more...
Capt. Mike Maddalena - Lake Lanier

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