Water Temp: 71 degrees
Lake Level: .37 feet below full pool
Here are the open dates I have in June: 14, 15, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30. The spots are on fire and the post-spawn topwater bite in June will be insane!! Don’t miss out! Give me a call and let’s go fishing!
The fishing on Lake Lanier this past week has been very good. The morning bite has been excellent with a variety of baits to include: jerkbait, swimbait, topwater, spinnerbait, and a fluke. The focus with these baits should be fairly shallow on flats and shallower rocky points and humps as well. When the fun stuff bite slows down, switch to a worm on a 1/8 oz Davis Shaky Head and work it slow. Focus on points at the mouths of spawning pockets and on secondary points as well. The spots are still on bed around the lake. We are starting to see some post-spawn fish as well as spawning fish and still some pre-spawn fish as well. The spots will often be just out of site on points, shallow humps and pockets. A fluke is a great search bait for these fish. A drop shot rig with a 4″ worm is a great follow up bait if the fish does not eat the fluke. Work the rig like a shaky head and watch for light bites. Spots on the bed are generally very agressive. Long running flat clay points are holding fish as well. Often these fish can be found in the 8-10 foot depth ranges or shallower on top of these points. A shaky head and a carolina rig worm are good bets for fish on these areas. I am completely booked for May. Thank you for all the calls! Here is what I have open in June: 14, 15, 17, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 27, 28, 29, 30. The spots are on fire and the post-spawn topwater bite in June will be insane!! Don’t miss out! Give me a call and let’s go fishing! Thanks to all and May God Bless.