Author: Ken Sturdivant

February 2023 Fishing Report

Lake level: Down .82 feet Temperature: 50s Clarity: Main lake clear, creeks stained BASS: Bass fishing is good. The lake has risen quite a bit with the recent rains and many parts of the lake are still stained to muddy with the...

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January 2023 Fishing Report

Lake level: Down 2.3 feet Temperature: 50s Clarity: Stained to muddy BASS: Bass fishing on Lake Lanier is good. The bass are still scattered throughout the water column so a variety of techniques are working. There are a lot of...

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November 2022 Fishing Report

Lake level: Down 4.2 feet Temperature: 60s Clarity: Clear Bass: Bass fishing on Lake Lanier is fair. Finding the bass has not been hard but getting them to commit to a bait has been the challenge. The water temperature has been...

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October 2022 Fishing Report

Lake level: Down 2.7 feet Temperature: 80s Clarity: Main lake clear, creeks stained BASS: Bass fishing on Lake Lanier is fair to good. With the hot weather returning in late September the bass were trying to figure out if it was...

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The damage may not be visible yet, but late December’s deep freeze wreaked havoc with plants, shrubs and trees across Georgia. Don’t panic yet. Until new growth begins this spring, you won’t know the impact of sustained sub-freezing temperatures. Early signs include dry, curled and brown foliage, extreme leaf drop or defoliation, and cracks in stems and branches. But the reality won’t be clear for at least several months. Don't panic ...
#everythinglakelanier, #foodtruckfridayllop, #GainesvilleGA, #lakelanier, #lakelanierolympicpark, #lakelanierassociation
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