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Lake Allatoona Fishing Guides Report For November.

Capt. Robert Eidson
November 12, 2015
Lake Allatoona - Freshwater Fishing Report

Line sides Fishing is Fair . The lake is up and stain. The rain we had the past week has trashed the north end of the lake. The key to catching fish right now is to find clean water. The Hybrid bite is decent one day then tough the next day. This is just the way it is during turnover on Lake Allatoona. The striper bite remains decent. These fish are coming back down out of the river and will take a big gizzard shad on a planner board and or free line early morning and then again late afternoon. The north end of the lake has been fishing best for stripers, but there has also been a few good ones caught mid lake this week. The Hybrids are schooling up and are easy to find. But getting them to eat is a different story. These fish are feeding on very small baits. These schools are on the move. One day we will catch them in the S-turns. And the next day we may find them in the channel out in front of Clear Creek. Mid lake is seems to be the overall better bite. These fish are going to have to eat sooner or later.I believe a great fall bite is just around the corner I really expect fishing on Allatoona to break wide open in the next

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Captain Robert Eidson of First Bite Guide Service is a full-time Certified Professional Fishing Guide on Lake Allatoona, Lake Lanier, and Carters Lake. On Lake Allatoona, Lake Lanier, and Carters Lake both beginner and experienced anglers, as well as kids (we LOVE kids and we carry all the equipment needed to cater to families), can enjoy world-class Striper and Hybrid fishing year-round using a variety of methods. On a typical fishing trip with First Bite Guide Service, not only will yo

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