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KEITH HUDSON GUIDE SERVICE - LAKE WEST POINT FISHING REPORT         
  

Keith Hudson's -Lake West Point Fishing- Guide Service

 

                    

 
  Summer  Fishing  Report
 
   
                                                                                                        
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BASS : Fair ------Many of the Largemouth have shown up on some of the deeper structure as the water temps heated up over the last few weeks.Zoom 's Ol-Monster worms either Texas or Carolina -rigged  or a Bomber Fat Free 7 or 8 in Citrus  Shad are a couple of the favorite baits for exploring the off shore structures. Old road beds ,pond dams ,channel ledges ,etc.  (especially those with fresh brush piles)will hold some good fish. Most of the  tournament winning sacks come from private brushpiles.A few guys put in the work and usually reap the rewards. ------Over the last few years at least a few of our Largemouth have decided to stay shallow all summer. Shallow-water baits such as unweighted Trick Worms,,Flukes ,Senkos ,Buzzbaits and Spro Poppin Frogs catch at least some fish all summer.The trick is to fish them in cover. It is usually an early bite .Concentrate on areas north of the 219 bridge. .----- Another productive  pattern is to fish pig-n-jigs around trees. Not a lot of bites ,you are gonna lose or break some off,but a kicker fish maybe your reward..... 
  --The spotted bass will keep the day interesting for you.
Carolina rigged Finesse worms  or a Tommy Head rigged with a Zoom  Shakey Head worm are good choices for them.Try fishing bridge pilings,blowdowns ,gravel banks or shoal markers. Usually when you catch one ,there are others in the same area.





STRIPERS & HYBRIDS: GOOD
                      Expect the topwater fishing to continue to be best very early and very late or on overcast or rainy days. A popping cork rig has been working well on these 1-3 lb. fish. A 1/2 oz. white Rooster Tail, a Challenger chrome Spoon and a number of other small shad imitators have all been producing. The mouths of  most creeks south of 109 bridge & the flats around Amity Park have been holding fish. --Trolling with mid depth crankbaits and Alabama Rigs has also been producing some  in these same areas.---  Downlining with shad or bass shiners should continue to be effective. Free lining a live bait will also work at times. Most of the fish seem to be holding 20-30 ft. deep when they are not schooling on the surface.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        
 
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PPIE: GOOD   -- Yellow Jacket, Wolf & Whitewater Creeks are still  producing fish.  Try fishing the smallest  minnows you can find or a 1/16 oz. or smaller jig around brush piles & blowdowns in 10-15 of water. Concentrate on trees & brush that are close to the old creek channels.-- Pitching or shooting with small jigs around or under docks ( tube  or feather tails)is also a very good technique during the summer. As usual, Crappie seem to love shade and cover ---The night fishing has finally started to pick up a good bit. Tie up under a bridge , put out some lights, tightline some minnows and relax. Beat the heat and put some fish in the freezer!!


  CATFISH -GOOD - Try using worms or cut bait fished on bottom for good catches of channel cats. Bottle fishing is also a fun way to catch a good mess of cats. Channel cats bite well over most of the lake and are way under fished.------For big Flatheads try using a big live bream. Most of the best flathead fishing is in the deeper holes north of 219 bridge in the main Chattahoochee River run. Fish the baits on bottom and be prepared with some heavy gear, if you expect to land a big one. Don't be surprised if you hook in to a bonus striper in the same areas.

 

      

 

 

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THIS WEEK’S PERSONAL LOG

      KEITH HUDSON'S Guide Service -- West Point Lake's level is at or slightly below full pool. Expect the water level to pretty much stabilize for a while. The water conditions are  clear over much of the entire lake, only the river is slightly stained.  Water temperatures are basically ranging around 85- 90 degrees . ----You can call 706 645 -2929 for the daily lake level and generation schedule.  

 

                                

                                                                                                                                                                                                                      



                            


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