Lake Allatoona | February Weekly Crappie Fishing Report | 2-23-24

Air Temp: High: 68 - Low: 28 

Wind: Up to 15 Mph

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

Water Temp: 47 - 50 

Water Clarity: Mild to Heavy Stain  The water is clearing up this week due to little rainfall

Area Fished: North Lake (Little River Area), S Turns To Victoria, Stamp Creek...Major Creeks

Jigs Used: Jive Turquee Chartreuse Kic'n Chic'nJive Turquee Chartreuse Slab DragonLectric Chicken Small FryLectric Chicken Slab DragonMayFly DaggerGoldCrush DaggerCopperhead Slab DragonPappy's Magic Kic'n Chic'nDreamsickle Dagger 


Mardi Gras DaggerBarbie 2.0 Slab Dragon

Technique: Trolling

Allatoona Weekly Crappie Fishing Report

The weather was dang near perfect on Lake Allatoona this week and the long line crappie bite was showing out! Several limits and good sized crappie were caught all over the lake this past week. From the North End of the lake in the Little River Area down to the South End of the lake in the Block House area. The crappie were on the move, one day they may have been in 6' of water and the next day they were in deeper water in the mouth of the major creeks. If you are not catching crappie this time of year...change tactics. You need at least 4-6 rods out...we recommend a 1/32 oz on two rod, 1/24 oz on 2 rods and 1/16th oz. jig heads on 2 rods trolling at .7 to .9 mph. You will eventually find the right water depth and then the depth of the crappie. Now, if you find the depth of crappie and they stop biting...change colors! Now is the time to be on the water for fun and for filets! If you are new to crappie fishing and/or crappie fishing on Lake Allatoona, book a trip with either Jeff "Crappieman" Albright of CrappieMan Allatoona Crappie Guide Service or Jake Turner of Main Line Fishing Charters. They are Red Rooster Pro Staffers and will put fish in the live well and smiles on your faces! 

Remember, keep only the crappie you plan to eat and let others go for the next trip! Let's keep Allatoona stocked for years to come! 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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