Lake Allatoona - Carters Lake Report For Sept 24
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Line side fishing has been really Good this week . The bite this week started off a little slow on Sat.( East Winds ). But has rebound nicely by week's in. The fish are on the move, but will eat when you find them. Live bait is really starting to work well on these fish right now. But I still think the spoon bite is the best bite going right now. The southend of the lake is still the place to be. Any where from clear Creek to the Allatoona Creek arm. Troll these area's with your Mack Farr u-rigs. As soon as you find one of these MEGA schools drop live bait down to them or use a 1 oz spoon on them.
The top water bite is really starting to get good. Look for these fish on top early morning and late afternoon. Most of the top-water action we have seen this week has been in eye site of the dam.
About The Author: Captain Robert Eidson
Company: First Bite Guide Service
Area Reporting: North Georgia and Tennessee Lakes
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