North end and creek report 1-23-2015

In the last week I’ve been fishing the north end as well as the south end. On the north end of the lake, I’ve been concentrating on the Chestatee arm. The water up there is just a bit cooler than on the south end. The water has been stained from recent rains, but is clearing from Thompson down. The fishing up north has been tough for us. We’ve found fish but with the cooler temps, the fish are slow to react to anything. It’s the same pattern up there as it is on the south end. Find the warm rocks or warmer sundrenched areas and the fish will show up in the afternoon. There’s not going to be a lot of fish but the quality of the fish is good in the shallows right now. We’ve caught fish on worms, cranks, jerkbaits and spinnerbaits. Water temps are 45-47 up north and 46-48 down south. Here’s a couple of pictures of a couple nice fish over the last week.



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