August 29, 2015
LAKE OCONEE IS FULL, STAINED UP THE RIVERS THE MAIN LAKE, RICHLAND CREEK CLEAR, 88 DEGREES
Bass fishing is fair. The deeper boat docks on the south end of the lake have been the best producers over the past week. A shaky head fished under the docks in 10 ft. of water in the shade have been productive. You can still start your day with a buzz bait on the deeper sea walls in the same area first thing in the mornings or late in the afternoon at last light. With the rain the past week and the cooler days the fish have moved some to the boat docks. Some fish are also coming on the deep humps with a Carolina rig.
Striper fishing is slow. Look for schooling fish in the late afternoon. There are large schools of bait on top every afternoon. You will need to do a lot of looking until you fine the fish chasing these baits. Use a popping cork or an inline spinner. Another good choice is a silver or white spoon fished into the schools that are blowing up on the top.
Drawdown information: Oconee/Sinclair Land Office: 706 484 7500 Lake Sinclair: Oct. 18 Dec. 1, 2015: 4.5 feet
Ken Sturdivant, Lowrance Professional Fishing Staff will be conducting FREE! Sonar Seminar at Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World in Lawrenceville Georgia on Saturday September 26, 2015 at 2pm. Seminar is subject to change without notice.
Our On the Water Schools are Rods, Reels and Lures for Bass, SONAR and we have a Striper school. Learn how to use the Lowrance Structure Scan and Down Scan technology.
Call 770 889 2654 or see the details on our web site for more info and dates.