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Fishing Reports

Lake Rabun Fishing

Lake Burton
Water temp: 49deg
Level: 5ft down
Clarity: stained

The bite bite has been good the last few weeks with the warmer water temps for this time of year. We have had spring time weather the last few weeks. We have caught fish shallow and deep with several different techniques. Most of the Large Mouth seem to be mid way back in the creek ditches. We have had good success with an underspin tipped with a medium sized pearl white fluke. Work this bait off of deep ledges letting it fall into the 20ft depths with a slow retrieve back towards the boat. Don’t be surprised if you catch a hog of a Large Mouth! The Spotted Bass are doing their typical routine of chasing the Blue Back Herring up and down the main lake channels. We have caught most of our fish on Shinner Colored crank baits and Herring colored jerk baits tipped with a dresser treble. Look for the Herring schools on the surfacing early in the mornings and late in the evenings. This pattern should continue for the next few weeks.
The trout bite has been really good lately. We have been catching a lot of smaller fish in the 15 to 29in range trolling small spoons (Little Cleo’s) and small Jerk bait in the 3in range. Most of the Brown Trout are in the mouths of the creeks throughout the lake. Look for these fish to continue on the pattern as we head towards March. The bigger fish should show up in the backs of the creeks in March.
The Walleye bite has been a little slow the last couple of days. These fish should become more active as we near February and the spawn begins. Look for the majority of the Walleye to start feeding up shallow around the bank lines and structure I the next few weeks. Casting Bright Colored Jerk baits in the evenings will be the most productive.

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