August 29, 2015

LAKE ALLATOONA IS FULL, STAINED & MID 80’S BY MATT DRIVER www.5x3nation.com

Bass fishing is fair. The water temperature is slowly lowering. The buzz bait and SPRO Hydro Pop are great from the middle to the end of the month, especially as the temperatures fall through the mid 80s. Parallel bluff walls with a buzz bait, and throw the popper around blowdowns. As we get toward the end of the month, the crankbait, swimbait and spinnerbait bites get good. The SPRO 6 inch BBZ and a 6 inch Gliding Gizzard are good baits to get a big fish. Cover water. As we get more fronts and wind, use the spinnerbait on the wind blown points. As waters cool, the cranking bite will get good. The SPRO Little John MD and Fat John will be the ticket. Fish depths from 2 to 10 feet.

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Line sides fishing is fair. The bite really slowed down since the last full moon. The fish are starting to move north and can be caught from the Dam to the S turns. Flats and points are the key to catching fish right now. The numbers seem to be better north of the dam, from Stamp Creek to the S turns. But the size seems to be better in the Allatoona Creek arm. Down lining shad has been working best for us. . We are starting to see limited top water action right now. As we move into September look for the top water action to get Hot. The numbers are know where near what they were just a few weeks ago. But if you're in the right place at the right time boating 20 plus fish can be had in a very short time. Trolling is fair. The key to catching these fish is to bottom bump your u rigs on flats with at 18 to 20 foot bottom. Top water fishing is good. The better bite seems to be in the afternoon. There has been some really good top water action near the dam. And also mid lake from Clear to Galt’s.

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