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It’s almost that time of year, lake Chatuge Fall fishing. You know Fall fishing in the mornings and college football in the afternoons. There’s nothing like getting to the lake on a cool morning watching the fog lift off the water, while you cast your top water lure across the point and then. Hold on …

I want to apologize for not keeping my blog up to date, I’ve been posting on Facebook and Instagram. So this blog is going to be picture heavy. I guess it took us having Covid-19 to actual have a a real Spring this year, something we’ve not seen in a while.  But the Spring fishing …

Spring time fishing is here, we’ve been getting our fair share of rain and the lakes have been rising. The water temps are 51-52 degrees and the bass are starting to move up, starting to catch Largemouth bass around the mouth of pockets and creeks and the Spotted bass are hanging around long points and …

Fall Fishing is here, we’ve been waiting all of October and it finally made it, It only lasted 2 days before Winter started, but that’s okay. Our North Georgia lakes water levels have been dropping to their Winter pools and water temps are down around 62 degrees, and the Spotted bass have been eating. Lake …

Fall fishing is almost here, the days are getting shorter, nights are getting cooler, the lake levels are dropping to winter pool levels, which all helps for the water temps to drop. Not to mention this helps the bait fish get more active along with the bass, which are starting to feed up for the …

I’ve been covered up lately running guide trips almost everyday, but here is a fishing update from Lake Blue Ridge, Lake Nottely, Lake Chatuge and Lake Chickamauga. we’ve hardly had any rain lately, so we’re already seeing August water temps. The water temp is up around 84-86 degrees in all the lakes, It’s been starting out …

The North Georgia Mountains lakes are starting to get hot, The largemouth bass and Spotted bass are done spawning. On Lake Blue ridge and Lake Chatuge we are starting to a little top water action starting in the mornings and late in the afternoons.  The fish is moving out getting ready to start their summer patterns. …

It’s that time of year on Lake Chatuge, when you can get out on cool fall morning and catch some top water fish and then watch the sun break through on the beautiful North Georgia Mountains. October is prime time of year in the North Georgia Mountains to see the leaves changing there beautiful fall …

Well Lake Chatuge  finally started showing some top water action the other day. We was out the other morning for Steve’s 70 birthday and the lake came alive that morning. It started out cloudy and we was looking for a top water bite,  we was throwing Whopper ploopers and Strike King sexy dawg around points …

Lake Chatuge Fishing has been day-to-day due to all the rain and storms we’ve been having. We’re still catching some fish but they are scattered. Most people think guiding is all a bought the money, don’t get me wrong that does help pay the bills, but if you’re a guide and you don’t enjoy your …

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