November 20, 2014

LAKE OCONEE IS FULL, 59 TO 65 DEGREES

Bass fishing is good. The lake is full, with a light stain up the rivers clear on the main lake. The water temperature is 59 to 65 degrees. The best bite is on small crank baits fished around the same wood and docks. Use your Lowrance to locate the large schools of bait in the coves and pockets. Start at the mouth of the creeks and pockets and work your way to the back. If there is no bait present then move to another cove. A white spinner bait fished around any rip rap will also put extra fish in the boat.

Striper/Hybrid report by Mark Smith of Reel Time Guide Service, Phone 404 803 0741 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Striper/Hybrid fishing is good. Use your Lowrance to locate the large schools of bait and the stripers will be close by. Live bait is the best way to put fish in the cooler. Over the past week down lines have been the best producer. Shad and Shiners are working equally well. Most of the fish are between 10 and 20 ft. deep. Most of the fish are from mid lake to the dam.

Crappie fishing is good. Use your Lowrance to locate the schools of fish in the timber in the mouths of the major creeks. When you find the fish drop a minnow down to their location. Spider rigs have been the best producer.

Make sure you stop by Sugar Creek Marina and pick up your spoons and all your tackle needs. You can also book your crappie and striper trips with Reel Time Service at 404 803 0741 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Learn how to use the Lowrance technology with Ken Sturdivant. Free sonar set up This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Lake Oconee Information

Weather report for Lake Oconee

Mark Smith Guide Services call 404-803-0741 www.reeltimeguideservice.com
Mark Smith Guide Services
call 404-803-0741
www.reeltimeguideservice.com

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