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Fishing Reports

Lake Burton Fishing Report

Lake Burton Fishing Report

Water Temp: 53deg

Water clarity: stained

Water Level : 6ft below full pool & rising 
Bass

The Bass bite has been good the last day or two. We are in a normal winter pattern. The spoon bite has been the most consistent bite lately 28 to 35 ft bottom in the middle of the creeks. We have had a lot of rain the last couple of weeks. This has warmed the water temps a little. Most of the creeks have been stained from this rainfall. There has been a significant amount of floating debris. We have caught some surfacing fish in and around this floating debris on top water baits like  Spro Sashimmy 125 white. This pattern should continue for the next few weeks. Look for the water levels to continue to raise with the heavy rainfalls. Be careful of floating logs. Some of these are submerged. 
Brown Trout

The bite has been a little slow lately. We have caught a few decent fish on the main lake channel mid lake. Look for surfacing action around the floating debris. These trout are feeding on the live bait in and on the floating logs grass etc. The Brown Trout bite should continue to get better as we head towards February. Jerk baits casted around the banks and brush will be the go to technique soon!
Good Luck!

Wes Carlton

Georgia Lake Fishing

Lake Burton Fishing

The Bass fishing has been great lately. The water has started to turn over and the fish have begun to pull up shallow. Look for the bait schools they are all over the lake. The top water bite has begun as well. We have caught most of our fish on a 15ft to 18ft bottom. Look for the bite to get better as we near October.

Lake Burton Fishing Report Water Temp: 79deg Water Clarity : clear Water Level : full Bass The bass bite has been great in the morning and a little slow in the afternoon. We have been catching most of our fish on and underspin tipped with a paddle tail in the backs of creeks over the grass. We have had some bigger fish come off a River 2 Sea Whopper Plopper 90. This bite had been really strong between 8-10am. Look for the grass midway back in the creeks in 16to 20ft of water. Most of these areas are holding good fish! This bite should continue over the next few weeks. Trout The Brown Trout bite has been a little slow the last week or so. The few we have caught have been on small minnows weighted with a split shot. We have been targeting the main river channel. Early morning seems to be the better time This bite should pick up any day now as.we head towards the end of August. Perch The Yellow Perch bite is in fire. We have been catching good numbers in the creeks around grass and structure ( blow downs). Most of the fish seem to be in the 13 to 18ft depths. The Drop Shot technique has been working best. Small flukes or Robo Worms seen to work well. Look for this pattern to continue and get better as we progress the summer months. Good Luck! Wes Carlton 7703189777

Lake Burton Fishing Report

Lake Burton Fishing ReportWater temp: 49degWater Level: 5ft below full poolClarity: clearBassThe Bass Bite has been strong the last few days. Seems to be plenty of bait this year for the fish (aka Blue Backs). We have been having our best luck fishing before the fronts or a couple of days after. Mid way back in creeks in secondary pockets seems to be the ticket. Bream Color Crank baits and Pumpkin Seed creepy crawls have been working best. We have caught both Large Mouth and Spotted Bass using these techniques. Typically once you’ve found a fish there are several more close by. This pattern should continue for the next few weeks as we head towards March. TroutThe Trout bite has been a little slower the last couple of weeks. We have caught a few fish sight casting to surfacing fish mid lake. The fishing seem to be feeding on debris from the recent rains floating down the lake. This is a good time to throw a small spoon like a Kastmaster and retrieve quickly. Look for the Brown Trout bite to pick up quickly as we head into early spring. WalleyeThe Walleye bite has been a little tough this year with all the flooding rains we’ve had. These fish live most of their lives close to the bottom only coming up to eat on passing bait schools. Late February early March is spawning time for Walleye. This gives anglers the opportunity to catch these fish very shallow. The key to catching Walleye this time of year is intersecting the fish on there way to spawn or coming back from spawning. Try setting up and fishing creek and river channels. These are the best locations to target these fish. Casting and trolling Rapalas are a good technique for catching these fish. I normally fish a 8 to 18ft bottom this time of year. Look for this pattern to continue for the next several weeks. Good Luck!Wes Carlton7703189777

Lake Burton Fishing Report

Lake Burton Fishing ReportWater Temp: 52 degClarity: ClearLevel: 5 ft below pool
BassThe Bass bite has been consistent the last couple of weeks. We have been catching most of our fish in and around docks close to steep rock ledges. Spro Crank baits have been working best. The fish are feeding in the Blue Back Herring close to these areas. Mid morning seems to be the best time to catch the bigger Large Mouth on the bank lines. The Spotted Bass are still surfacing mid morning to mid afternoon. We have caught some really nice Spots on jerk baits in a Herring Color working main lake points. 
TroutThe Brown Trout bite has slowed a little. We are still catching some fish trolling Yo-Zuri Pins Minnows 10 to 15ft deep over the main lake channel. Most of the bigger schools of fish have broken up and spread throughout the lake. Looking for surfacing action shortly after daylight can be a very successful technique for catching a bigger Brown Trout on a spinnerbait.  We have even caught a few on small topwater plugs and jerk baits while Bass Fishing. This pattern should continue for the next several weeks as we head towards the end of January. The spoon bite should pick up as the water temps dive toward the 40’s. 
Good Luck!Wes Carlton

Lake Burton Fishing Report

Lake Burton Fishing Report

Water Temp: 77deg

Clarity: Clear

Level: Full Pool

Bass

The Large Mouth bite has been good the last few days. Seems to be an early morning to mid morning bite. Frogs in pockets have been working well. We have also been catching some nice Lips on Sinkos working these in and around logs and rocks. The Spotted Bass bite has been great the last week or so. We have been catching most of our fish on a 25 to 30ft bottom. Underspins tipped with Arkansas Shinner flukes seem to be working best.  We have caught some really big Spots trolling Lucky Craft Staysees 90’s while trolling for trout. This pattern should continue for the next few weeks as we head into September. 

Trout

The Brown Trout bite has been a little tough lately. We have caught a few fish trolling mid lake on spoons. I have been using Luhr Jenson Locos #2 spoons from my archive collection. Any color spoon should work this time of year. Catching these fish early in the morning at daylight seems to be the ticket. 
Yellow Perch

The Yellow Perch bite on!  These fish seem to be everywhere in the lake this year. We have caught some healthy 14 to 16inchers in the last few days. Look for the Perch in 15 to 20ft of water close to structure especially grass. Panfish jigs seem to work good this time of year.