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Lake Lanier Fishing Report November 10, 2012 « Lake Lanier Fishing Reports

Lake Lanier Fishing Report November 10, 2012

by doug

Fished today with Jon Campbell from the UK. Jon was visiting for business and said he has always wanted to go bass fishing in the U.S. , I picked him up at the Hampton Inn in Buford at 7;00 a.m. and we were on the Lake fishing by around 8:30. Fishing was even better than the day before on the spotted bass. We ended up catching 28 spots with most of the fish in the 2-3 pound range. No monsters just good quality spots. Again we caught em on bluebacks at 20 ft. depths. Also caught a few on small flex. spoons. November is a great month to vertical spoon for spots. The bass will pack up and feed like crazy on large schools of thredfins moving into the major creeks.
After we finished bass fishing we hit the crappie for a while. They are really turned on early this year. We boated around 40 crappie in just a couple of hours. All our crappie hit tube jigs at 5-15 foot depths.. Really enjoyed fishing with Jon he was a super guy and very pleasant to fish with.I look forward to getting him on a big striper the next time he returns. I will be out this week and will report back soon. May head it up to Hartwell later this week for some big slab crappie.

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