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Striper/Crappie Report March 15, 2012 « Lake Lanier Fishing Reports

Striper/Crappie Report March 15, 2012

by doug

Striper action is getting better everyday. I went out yesterday and saw lots of moving fish under the birds in the mid lake area. They were a little finicky, we ended up boating 2 good fish in the 15 pound range. We hooked up on the stripers with bluebacks on a long flatline. We caught some huge spots also mixed in with the stripers. Fish are really moving up with the warm temps. Keep a fluke on a light jig head ready to cast into the schools, you can hook up on em when you see em working on surface. A buddy of  mine boated 4 yesterday casting flukes on 3/8 ounce lead heads. Water temps yesterday were in the upper 50’s which should get the redfin bite going soon.

Crappie action is still on fire. We fished yesterday for about 2 hours and boated around 60 fish. They are moving back in the creeks and should be spawning soon if the weather stays warm. Then you will look for them around blowdowns in the backs of the creeks.

Im heading out for Oconee this morning to see if we can catch some huge lake Oconee crappie. I hear it is good there also. I will report back soon.

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