Lake Allatoona | February Weekly Crappie Fishing Report | 2-16-24

Air Temp: High: 64 - Low: 30 

Wind: Up to 20 Mph

Lake Level: 834' and dropping  (Click Here For Current Water Level)

Water Temp: 47 - 50 

Water Clarity: Mild to Heavy Stain  Muddy in some areas and heavy stained in others

Area Fished: North Lake (Little River Area), S Turns To Victoria, Kellogg & Owl Creek

Jigs Used: GoldCrush DaggerCopperHead DaggerLectric Chicken Small FryCajun Chicken Small FryJive Turquee Orange Slab DragonCopperhead Slab Dragon

Technique: Trolling

Allatoona Weekly Crappie Fishing Report

The first part of the week was a wash! The heavy rains that came in on Sunday/Monday muddied up the water and trashed the creeks. We didn't have any good fishing days except for Wednesday and Thursday. There were some folks that caught crappie in heavily stained water trolling 1/32 oz. jig heads and 1/24 oz. jig heads. When the water is heavily stained the crappie are typically suspended at 2-4' in 8' to 10' of water. Using 1/32 oz. and 1/24 oz jig heads trolled at .7 to .9 mph will keep those jigs in the strike zone. Even though our fishing week was cut short we didn't mind as we were gearing up for the NOE Fishing Expo in Cartersville, Georgia. The NOE Fishing Expo started on Friday, February 16th and will run to Sunday, February 18th.

Be sure to check out our Red Rooster Combo Packs! If you are unsure what colors to use in clear or stained water our combo packs should help! We offer proven clear and stained water colors in all of our styles that should help you catch more crappie!

Hopefully this report will help you the next time you are crappie fishing on Lake Allatoona. Lord willing we will have another great report next week!

Make sure to download the Red Rooster Long Line Trolling Guide for tips on how to troll for Allatoona Crappie.

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