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Crappie Continue!!

Capt. Doug Nelms
November 15, 2012
Lake Oconee - Freshwater Fishing Report

It is official that crappie fishing is in full swing on Lake Oconee. These wonderful fish did the same thing last year, by showing up so early. I guess with the hot summertime over, the fish are hungry and excited about the cooler days and dropping water temps. Several fish over 2 pounds and even a few 3's have been caught already this year, and if this holds true, it may be the best season we have had in a while. That is saying a lot, since this is the best lake in the world for crappie fishing; my humble, personal opinion of course. The stripers are showing up in River Bend and around the Hwy 44 bridge, I -20 Bridge and North Sugar Creek. If you are interested in a trip, give me a call at 770 354 0300, or visit our website at www.bigfishheads.com to book your trip.
Tight Lines
Doug

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Doug is a licensed USCG Captain and has been guiding over 14 years. His specialty is trophy Striped Bass, and huge Crappie during certain months. His boat is a Ranger 2300 Bay Series powered by a 225 Yamaha 4-stroke motor. It is spacious and can fish up to 6 people! During the hot summer months he heads to the Chattahoochee River to pursue monster Striped bass. He fishes from a custom jet boat, built exclusively for fishing the river. BigFishHeads Guide service operates year round.

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BigFishHeads Guide Service
9186 Tara Drive SW
Covington, GA 30014
Phone: 770-354-0300
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