Lake Allatoona Fishing Guides Report For 5/6/09
<p>This Lake Allatoona fishing guides report for striped and hybrid bass has been brought to you exclusively by Robert Eidson of First Bite Guide Service, 770 827-6282 . www.firstbiteguideservice.com Lake Allatoona, Georgia email: email@example.com.
Line-side fishing is good and will only get better now that the spawn is almost over. Not much has change since last week. The fish are back down out of the rivers, and are starting to group up, and should start to feed. There are fish from the mouth of the Etowah River to as far south as Allatoona Creek. All of the major creeks have fish in them right now. If you find the bait, you'll find stripers and hybrids nearby. flat-lines in the morning and afternoon and down-lines at midday.
Trolling is Fair, the Mack Farr 3-arm umbrella rig has been producing best right now. Jig color doesn't seem to matter, but speed is a factor. The best speed for me this we has been between 3.3 to3.5 miles per hour.
Remember the month of May is one of the best months for line-side fishing. We still have a few days open this month and we're offering family trips starting at $250.00.
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Come on mom and dad – let's take the kids fishing!
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.