Carters Lake Fishing Report For Feb 2
<p>Today I got to fish with the Hewlett family and there good friend Rex. We decided to try Allatoona today but after 4 hours and only one fish in the boat. I decided to put the boat back on the trailer and take the Hewlett's to Carters. We got to Carters about 130pm and the bite was slow ( Allatoona slow ) to start. But as the sun started to set the fishing really pick up. We ended the day boating four good fish and miss a couple of more. The big fish of the day was caught by their buddy Rex and it weight in at 18.7 Lb's. I think if we would have started our day up on Carters that we would have loaded the boat.. But all in all not a back day. Just a little long for the captain......
About The Author: Captain Robert Eidson
Company: First Bite Guide Service
Area Reporting: North Georgia and Tennessee Lakes
Bio: Robert Eidson operates First Bite Guide Service has been serving customers for 6 years. He is one of only a handful of guides with experience providing services on more than one lake or river. First Bite Guide Service offers clients access to world-class striper waters in North Georgia and Tennessee. These waters have consistently produced large numbers of fish as well as trophy-sized stripers and hybrids. We tailor guided trips to target the specific objectives of our clients, whether young children and families looking for an exciting morning of fishing or a seasoned angler looking for a 30+ pound trophy.