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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Collins


2013-02-27
7:47 AM

Good Bite on Allatoona - Fishing is good on Allatoona. There are fish mid-lake and at the Allatoona creek arm. In the early morning we have seen some top water. We are catching a few with shad imitation jerk baits when they are on top. The fish can be found around school more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Allatoona


2012-09-21
6:17 PM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Striper fishing on Lanier is good. The cooler weather is making for some great days on the lake. We are catching Stripers on main lake points and in the mouths of creeks. Down lines have been working the best for us. We are seeing the occasional Stri more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2012-08-22
11:42 AM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Striper fishing on Lanier is good on most days and fair on others. The best days for us have been sunny and clear. Herring on the downline has been the best bite this week. There is still a trolling bite on lead core fished 5-9 colors with a 1 oz fla more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2012-08-01
7:01 PM

Great Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Striper fishing on Lanier has been great. Some days we have been catching some really good numbers. The days we are catching numbers, the fish are out over the channel feeding on schools of bait 30 feet down on a 90-120 foot bottom. When the fish are more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2012-07-17
1:40 PM

Good Striper Fishing on Lanier - Striper Fishing Striper fishing on Lake Lanier has been great. The good thing about this time of year is the fish bite all day. Some times the best bite has been in the middle of the day. We are catching Stripers trolling lead core fished out 5-7 co more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2011-06-03
8:46 PM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Striper fishing on Lanier has really picked up. We have been catching some Stripers up shallow around brush piles in the morning, with acouple of fish still visibly surfacing. These fish have been hitting red fins, magic swimmers, jerk baits, and fla more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2011-01-31
10:27 AM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Fishing on Lanier has been good on some days and slow on other days. The mornings we have done well we have seen stripers surfacing in the middle of creeks, or in the backs of coves. 1/2 ounce buck tails or casting flex it spoons have worked well on more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-12-23
11:42 AM

Jupiter Sails - Fishing offshore has been nothing short of great. The Sail fish are here. For bites focus on the 200 foot to 150 foot range. Look for sail fish free jumping, birds and large amounts of flying fish. Live bait is the way to go if you can get it. Use 50 more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Jupiter


2010-07-21
5:22 PM

Good Fishing on Lanier - Fishing on Lanier is great right now. Not much has changed with the bite this week. We are catching most of our fish out of 90 feet of water very close to timber. This is the first week we have seen some nice schooling action. Down-lines are putting more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-07-08
1:20 PM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Fishing on Lanier is great right now. We are catching fish out deeper than weeks past. Fish are still sitting very tight to standing timber, getting a Striper out of the trees once hooked is another challenge. We have been catching most of our fish more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

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