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Allatoona Feb Week 3 Report (PICS)

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Fishing is really heating up on Allatoona as of late. Earlier in the week the numbers of small fish were really good on crankbaits inside the creeks. I was using a Flat Mini DR in peacock color working rocks and breaklines on the flats. I still feel that the bigger fish are still main lake oriented.

Yesterday I got out with my friend Brian Leiva to do some float N Fly fishing as he has never done it. We caught fish right at the start and it got a little slow but ended up very strong for us. There was no real pattern other than covering as much water as thorough as possible with the Float N Fly. Our leader lenghts varied between 8 and 12 feet and I was using 8lb Triple Fish Fluorocarbon line on my setup. With the post frontal conditions we had we got quite a few lift bites from the fish so be sure to pay good attention to how your bobber is acting on the surface. I found today that the cadence or lack thereof was extremely important. I did a lot of dead sticking today and very subtle twitches to get the fish to react. All of my fish were caught on custom flies (Lester Flies) tied by David Lester of Natures Tackle Box in Hiram, Ga. All in all we had about 10 fish for the day and our best 5 went roughly 13lbs. Pic enclosed is the 2 best fish of the day.


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