Lake Allatoona Fishing Report June 2015

GON Staff | May 28, 2015

Allatoona: Level: 0.3 feet above full pool. Temp: 80 degrees. Clarity: Light to heavy stain.

Bass: Tournament pro and radio host Matt Driver reports, “The month of June is still a great time to be on the water. Bass are continuing to migrate to deeper water, but they are still both shallow and deep right now. The warmer it gets, the fish will be settling deep. The topwater bite is good in the morning and just before dark. The most consistent bite is the 3/16-oz. shaky head and a finesse worm or a drop shot with a Big Bite Jointed Jerk Minnow. At night, the spinnerbait and a dark-colored crankbait like the Spro Little John or Little John DD are great choices. Pole makers and main-lake points are the best locations for active fish, but brush will play more of a factor toward the end of the month.”

Linesides: Guide Robert Eidson reports, “The fish are back out of the rivers and are hungry. Flats and humps seem to be holding most of the fish right now early morning. There is a good bite from one end of the lake to the other. The Delta on the north end as well as Gar Bay is fishing well. Mid-lake, the flats at Harbor Town, Galts Ferry and the beach at Bartow Carver are also fishing well. The same kind of bite is going on down south in Iron Hill, Tanyard and Clark Creek. The best bite on the whole lake right now is the downline bite. Threadfins are working best, with small gizzard shad running a close second. Fish these baits between 18 to 24 feet deep. Overall, at Allatoona the fishing is very consistent. Grab the kids, and give us a call.”

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