Lake Burton Fishing Report – November 2022

GON Staff | October 27, 2022

Burton: Level: 1 foot below full pool. Temp: 66 degrees. Clarity: Clear.

Bass: Guide Tyler Clore, of Georgia Cast & Blast, reports, “Now that the turnover is finished, fishing has been good. Early in the morning, we have been catching bass on topwater off points with a Hellraizer. I have also had a lot of fish come off the white Juice Herring. We have been consistently catching fish on a white SuperFish swimbait head paired with a Keitech 3-inch swimbait. As the day goes on, move to the deeper brush and drop shot a morning-dawn Roboworm.” 

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Trout/Walleye: Guide Tyler Clore reports, “We have managed a few big trout in the channel and around the dam first thing in the morning off live blueback herring. The smaller trout should show up this month, and you can catch them on a Rapala Countdown. Also starting in November, Georgia Power has scheduled to start dropping the lake.  Be careful navigating around the points and humps that are not marked. This is also a good time to use your electronics to scan the lake and find these shallow humps that hold fish when the lake is at full pool.”

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