Carters Lake Fishing Report For Oct 5
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Good. There is good schooling activity going on all over the lake in the mornings and afternoons and all day on cloudy days. Look for hybrids and small stripers busting the top in the Fields Landing and Delta area, at the island in front of Kellogg Creek and Harbortown, between Bartow Carver and Illinois Creek, and the biggest school is between Bethany Bridge and Stamp Creek. Fish big, white Rooster Tails, Jr. Flukes and anything on a popping cork. These lures must be fish on 6- to 8-lb. test or you won't get bit. If they're not coming up, pull U-rigs they'll out-fish live bait 5 to 1. I like a Mack Farr four-arm umbrella rig with nine 1/2-oz. white bucktails. Chartreuse or white trailers seem to be working equally well. If you don't like trolling, try dropping a white-with-chrome Flex-It spoon on top of fish you see on the graph.
Special Carters Lake Report.
The live Bait bite on Carters is DEAD unless your luck enough to get your hand on some Alewife. The Alewife are becoming the bait of choose for Carters lake whenit comes to stripers. We ( The Anglers ) seen this coming last year, last winter we saw a big drop off on the thread-fin Gizzard shad and even more on the trout bite. This year I have use all four baits Trout, Thread-fin, Gizzard Shad and Alewife. The only bait I am having any luck on is the Alewife. The fish have just change their diets and Alewife is the key to catching stripers on Carters if you have alive bait mine set....
The over all best bite on Carters for me the last two years has been on Umbrella Rigs. I have caught at least 80 % of my stripers on Carters Lake the last two years on rigs....So make sure to carry your trolling gear with you if you heading to Carters Lake it may make the differnets between a good day and a bad day....To view my daily reports please visit me on Face Book under ( Lake Allatoona Fishing Guides ) for up to date reports, Pictures and Videos.....
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.