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Spring Fishing on Lake Lanier

Capt. Shane Watson
March 5, 2014
Lake Lanier - Freshwater Fishing Report

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 and south.

The crappie fishing has also been very good this week. Our crappie guide has been doing well using chartreuse jigs and minnows under docks and around brush. Spring is just about here and the fishing are biting well most mornings and afternoons.

Over the next 90 days, we will be catching some of the biggest stripers, spots, and crappie of the whole year.

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This report is brought to you by Shane Watson Guide Service, Hammond's Fishing Center, Carolina Skiff Boats, Batteries Plus Bulbs, Lowrance, Minn Kota, and Suzuki Marine. Good Fishing and We Appreciate Your Business.

Capt. Shane Watson
(770) 235-9829 or (770) 889-5549

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Year Round Light Tackle Striper Fishing at it's Best. Welcome to Shane Watson Guide Service. Let us guide you to the "Fish of a Lifetime" on the nation's premier striper lake. We specialize in live baiting and trolling for stripers using the most modern techniques and equipment available. We are a full time professional guide service, fully licensed and insured with a "Lifetime of Experience" on Lake Lanier. We have 7 guide boats open year round, 7 days a week. Full-Time Striper Fishing Guides.

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Shane Watson Guide Service Inc.
4125 Matt Hwy
Cumming, GA 30028
Phone: 770-889-5549
Alt. Phone: 770-235-9829
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