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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Collins

12:04 PM

Summer Time Stripers on Lanier - The Stripers continue to be scattered out, mainly out side the creek channels, smashed right up against the bank hammering thread fin shad. This is the recipe for some really exciting top water action. The bite is finally starting to pick up. We hav more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

4:03 PM

Lanier Decent Striper Bite - Striper fishing on Lake Lanier, has been very good on some days and very tough on others. Not much has changed with the pattern. Look in the back of certain creeks, and points. Both the North end and the South end are still producing fish. There is more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

5:54 PM

Lake Lanier - The Striper fishing has been slow, and bites are hard to come by. We have sat on huge schools of inactive Stripers 15-35 feet below the boat. However, the fish that are being caught are quality fish. Smaller baits are working well, alot of bites are more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

1:16 PM

Great Striper Fishing on Lanier - Striper fishing on Lanier doesn't get much better than this or more exciting. We boated many stripers this morning . The fish are holding on South End points. Pull Herring and Trout on Flat Lines. We also boated a couple smaller fish on top water, more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

3:34 PM

Jan. 10 Great Fishing on Lanier - Its really nice to see the Lake up couple of feet. Striper fishing has been hit or miss, mostly hit. The Stripers have moved up a little shallower; flat lines are producing in the morning, and down lines are producing later in the day. Birds are alwa more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

5:29 PM

Gettin Lucky In Jupiter - This is truely a fisherman's paradise. The Sail fishing has been very consistent in 160 feet, with dolphin and big king fish mixed in. Live bait has been great fished from under a kite, and is the best presentation for sails. Rigged ballyhoo with 80 more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter

6:14 PM

November 27 - Thanksgiving Day was an afternoon bite we sat on large schools of inactive Stripers until 11:00. Then some one rang the dinner bell and the fish began to eat. We boated many stipers that were 8-12 pounds, and a few nice sized bass. The Stripers tend more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

2:51 PM

Nov. 19 Steady Striper Bite - Despite cold conditions the Striper bite was strong today. We boated good numbers Mid Lake. Surface activity and birds are a key indicator on wether or not the fish are in the area. All the fish we boated today were caught on flat lines; producing a more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

3:48 PM

Striper Bite Back On - The Stripers have started to bite again, after a tough couple weeks. There is still little consistency in the pattern. However, my strategy has been pulling flat lines to cover water until you mark them. Then drop down on top of them with down lines. more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

2:12 PM

Lanier Fall Turnover - The Striper fishing has slowed down a little bit. There is little consistency in the pattern this time of year. In the mornings Stipers can be found on the south end of the lake, schooling, terrorizing blue back herring. In this situation there is on more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

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