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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Collins


2009-08-10
11:44 AM

Lake Lanier and Lake Blue Ridge - Lake Lanier With the dead heat of summer here so is the red hot down-line bite. Look for Stripers Mid Lake and South. Schools of fish have been tightly schooled around main lake points and river channels. When you locate a school and bites are not c more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-07-12
11:04 PM

Summer time on Lanier - The fishing continues to be great every morning. Look for schooling Stripers close by tree lines, located around points, mouths of creeks and deepbanks. Fishing continues to be the most consistent Mid-Lake. Keep your baits fresh and your leader more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-07-01
9:04 PM

Slaying Stripers on Lanier - With more stable conditions the last few days the Down line bite on Lanier is on fire. Stripers can be found along deep banks, main lake points, and humps. These fish are tightly schooled, and laying low around the edges of tree lines. Best fishing c more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-06-14
1:47 PM

Great Fishing on Lanier - With the water temp rising the Stripers have finally moved a little deeper making them easier to catch. Mid-Lake and North seems to be the best bite, although there probably a few fish down south as well. There is still a chance to get one on top wat more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-05-29
12:56 PM

Red Hot Top Water Bite On Lanier - Stripers The Fishing doesn't get much better on Lake Lanier right now. There are Stripers holding on points North, Mid lake, and South. Its hard to find fish this time of year but when you do get your game face on these Stripers are b more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-05-09
12:04 PM

Summer Time Stripers on Lanier - The Stripers continue to be scattered out, mainly out side the creek channels, smashed right up against the bank hammering thread fin shad. This is the recipe for some really exciting top water action. The bite is finally starting to pick up. We hav more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-03-01
4:03 PM

Lanier Decent Striper Bite - Striper fishing on Lake Lanier, has been very good on some days and very tough on others. Not much has changed with the pattern. Look in the back of certain creeks, and points. Both the North end and the South end are still producing fish. There is more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-02-14
5:54 PM

Lake Lanier - The Striper fishing has been slow, and bites are hard to come by. We have sat on huge schools of inactive Stripers 15-35 feet below the boat. However, the fish that are being caught are quality fish. Smaller baits are working well, alot of bites are more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-01-15
1:16 PM

Great Striper Fishing on Lanier - Striper fishing on Lanier doesn't get much better than this or more exciting. We boated many stripers this morning . The fish are holding on South End points. Pull Herring and Trout on Flat Lines. We also boated a couple smaller fish on top water, more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-01-11
3:34 PM

Jan. 10 Great Fishing on Lanier - Its really nice to see the Lake up couple of feet. Striper fishing has been hit or miss, mostly hit. The Stripers have moved up a little shallower; flat lines are producing in the morning, and down lines are producing later in the day. Birds are alwa more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

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