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Fishing Reports by Capt. Scott Collins


2010-07-08
1:20 PM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Fishing on Lanier is great right now. We are catching fish out deeper than weeks past. Fish are still sitting very tight to standing timber, getting a Striper out of the trees once hooked is another challenge. We have been catching most of our fish more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-06-21
6:01 PM

Father's Day Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - With the heat of summer beaming down on us fishing is great right now on Lanier. We are catching most of our fish on down-lines fished 20-30 feet below the boat in the Mid-lake area. Some fish bigger fish can be found out over main creek channels as more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-06-02
5:31 PM

Memorial Weekend Lanier Striper Fishing - We were lucky enough to be on Lanier everyday this weekend. The Striper bite was great with low pressure hovering over the lake. Down lines are putting fish in the boat every morning. Fished tightly around brush for success, in the Mid-Lake area. We more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-05-26
1:46 PM

Good Striper Fishing on Lanier - Striper fishing on Lanier is good right now. Fish can be caught along mid-lake and north-end points. The Flat line bite is still the best bet early in the morning, when the sun gets over head switch to down lines. We are still seeing Stripers hit re more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-05-15
6:34 PM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Striper Fishing on Lanier is great right now. Not much has changed with the pattern. Flat lines are working early across main lake points. There is still some surface activity most mornings. Look for Stripers rolling off shallow points close to deep more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-05-04
7:06 PM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Fishing on Lanier has been great this week and last week. Stripers can be found dwelling around points, creek channels, and brush piles. The Top-water bite every morning has been on fire , spooks, red fins, jerk baits, and paddle tails reeled fast more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-03-02
12:13 PM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing - Lake Lanier, Stripers can be found in the backs of popular mid-lake to north-end creeks. Strikes are few and far between but the fish that are eating are larger roaming Stripers. Flat-lines and plainer boards have produced a majority of our strike more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2010-02-02
11:26 AM

Lake Lanier Striper Fishing and Crappie Fishing - Stripers, Lake Lanier Striper fishing has been alittle slow with the water temp. around 45 F. Bites have been alittle hard to come by lately, but we've still been catching acouple every morning. However, when a rod goes down hold on its trophy seas more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-11-10
4:48 PM

Fall on Lake Blueridge and Lanier - Lake Blue Ridge The fishing on Lake Blueridge doesn't get much better. Smallmouth and Spotted bass are crushing visible schools of shad right in the middle of the river channel. For sucess throw a shallow diving crank bait or more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier


2009-09-16
6:38 PM

Lanier Still Hot - This morning we decided to play in the rain, it paid off we boated many Stripers. We found schools of fish between 30-50 feet down in 100-120 feet of water. All the fish we caught today were suspended very tightly around tree lines. Some schools of f more...
Capt. Scott Collins - Lake Lanier

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