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Fishing Reports by Capt. Shane Watson


2015-10-22
9:30 AM

Look for Stripers Busting on the Surface - Look for busting stripers and spots from Chestatee Bay down to the Dam. We have seen them busting on the surface out on the main lake and in the mouths to the middle of south end creeks. Mornings and afternoons have been about the same. Cast Spro Daw more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2015-03-31
11:00 AM

Spring Break Fishing on Lake Lanier - The fishing on Lake Lanier has been very good overall, since my last report. Our boats have done very well on freelined bluebacks out over the channel and on points and humps. There are some nice stripers in the very backs of creeks, but we've mostly more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2015-01-06
6:32 PM

Stripers and Spots on Lake Lanier - The fishing on Lake Lanier has been great some days and slower some days as well. When the stripers have been up higher in the water column, we've done well on white 1/2 ounce Spro bucktails, leadhead flukes, and on Capt. Mack's 4 arm u-rigs. Down more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2014-11-04
8:52 AM

Stripers Busting on Top Early and Late - The stripers are busting on top early and late most days. Cast Redfins, Spro Dawgs, Sebile's, Leadhead Flukes, and Flex-it spoons to these surfacing fish. These are just several of my favorites, but many other lures will work. This combination of lur more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2014-07-25
11:40 AM

Go Deep to find Stripers in the Heat - Since my last report, the striper fishing has been great on Lake Lanier most mornings and afternoons. Downlined bluebacks fishing 40 to 100 feet deep over a 100 to 120 foot bottom have worked well when the fish have been loaded up on your screen. Lea more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2014-06-04
7:19 PM

Best Striper Bite of the Year - The summertime down-line striper fishing bite is here. Downlined bluebacks fished 20 to 30 feet deep over a 25-60 foot bottom, on and just off points are working well. We are seeing great numbers of 10 to 20 pound fish with a few bigger ones mixed in more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2014-04-17
2:31 PM

Stripers, Spots, and Crappie on Lake Lanier - Shane Watson Guide Service Report. The striper fishing has been great since my last report (follow us on Twitter @lanierfishguide for a daily sample of fish pics). Freelined and planer board bluebacks out over the main channel at mid-lake have been b more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2014-03-05
12:15 PM

Spring Fishing on Lake Lanier - The bigger stripers are up shallow on Lake Lanier and freelined bluebacks, white bucktails, and Spro Mc Sticks are all working. It is great to catch big stripers up in 3 or 4 feet of water. There are stripers in the backs of all stained creeks north more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2014-02-01
4:27 PM

Stripers and Spots on Lake Lanier - Nothing much has changed on the stripers and spots on Lake Lanier. Look for the seagulls and loons diving. Cast a lead head fluke to rolling stripers. Freelined trout & bluebacks are also working well when the fish are up shallow running the banks an more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier


2013-12-05
11:17 AM

Striper Fishing Continues Good - The stripers are on a typical wintertime pattern on Lake Lanier with mornings & afternoons being about the same. Look for the seagulls and loons diving. Cast a lead-head fluke to rolling stripers. Freelined trout & bluebacks are also working well whe more...
Capt. Shane Watson - Lake Lanier

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