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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Collins

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

5:36 PM

Good Day, Lanier - Today was an interesting day due to the weather, it was a wet and rainy morning. The bite slowed slightly this morning, I believe it was weather induced. However, we still pulled in quality numbers. The fish were slightly smaller on average, but we s more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

3:41 PM

September 27, Gettin Lucky Fishing - The Stripers were in a feeding frenzy 30 feet below the boat and continue to crush live bait on the down line. These schools of stripers are still huge, and when you find one hold on. All four of our down lines were nailed at the same time at one poi more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

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