Catch Of The Month Fishing Report

Catch of the Month

[Lake Lanier, GA] Striper fishing is good but has slowed on the south end of the lake. The Threadfin shad die off seems to be more sever on the south end of the Lake. This makes for "easy pickings" for the fish. With a lot of bait on the bottom there is no need to chase live bait and the fishing tends to slow. Read more




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Monster Hooks are taking Over
by Mike Gerry (05/03/2015)
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by Mike Gerry (04/19/2015)
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by Mike Gerry (04/11/2015)
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