• Weiss Lake Fishing Report - AL

    Mark Collins Guide Service
    (256) 779-3387 http://www.markcollinsguideservice.com mark@markcollinsguideservice.com
  • A Full time Professional fishing guide service For Slab Crappie, Striper's and Bass on World Famous Weiss Lake AlabamaThe Crappie Capital Of The World. The ONLY Guide service on Lake Weiss where the guide does not fish and the clients catch EVERY fish that comes in the boat.

  • Weiss Lake Fishing Report - AL

    WEISS LAKE ISAT 2 FOOT 5 INCHES BELOW FULL POOL AND CLEAR AND 83-85 DEGREE'S



    The coolernights the past week has cooled the water a little, and put some oxygen backin, some Bass have moved shallow. and the Crappie are starting to bite better.Look for the fishing to start getting really good again with the first coolfront in September.


    Bass fishingis Good and some fish have moved shallower, a lot of bass are still on deepercover, under deeper docks and on the creek and river channel ledges, humps andsubmerged road beds, they are being caught on medium to deep running crankbaits, 1/2 ounce spinner baits, carolina rigged plastics, and jigs, the topwater bite is fair on deeper banks and sea walls early and late. Some fish arestill being caught shallow, around grass on deeper banks. 20 plus poundstringers have been winning the tournaments all year, The Bass fishing on WeissLake, rivals Lake Guntersville for the last 2 years. The Weiss Lake ImprovementAssociation and Weiss Lake Anglers, will be stocking Florida Strain Largemouththis fall.


    Crappiefishing is Getting better and most fish are on the main Coosa river channel ledges,in 12-16 feet of water on cover, and they can be caught spider rigging withminnows. Night fishing is good, under lights and over structure, a lot of fishare being caught under docks in the upper Chattooga River and the main lake,shooting jigs.
    Striperfishing is Fair and they are being caught in the lower Chattooga River, at theCave Hole in Little River and Little Spring Creek, down lining and flat lininglive shad 8-10 feet deep in the river channel.


    Catfish arebiting good in the flats on cut bait.



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    Now available for sale 50 of my proven GPS waypoints for off shore structure for Bass and Crappie fishing on Weiss Lake, Alabama !
    For more info contact Ken Sturdivant at ken@southernfishing.com.
    The Weiss Lake Fish Habitat Enhancement program was completed on September 14th 2016 at Yellow Creek. Sponsored by Alabama Power and The Weiss Lake Improvement Association.
    145 new FAD's were placed in Yellow Creek
    134 new Fish Attracting Device's have been placed in the Little River and Chattooga River arms of the lake.
    171 new FAD's were placed in Cowan Creek and Big Spring Creek on 12-11-2015
    The GPS coordinates for these reefs are available to the public, free, on my website www.markcollinsguideservice.com and at https://apcshorelines.com/our-lakes/weiss/ or contact WLIA at http://weisslakeimprovementassociation.org/ Please join the Weiss Lake Improvement Association, for a 10 dollar donation, to help support Weiss Lake, joining also includes a badge to the spring Crappie rodeo.

    For the fishing trip of a life time, come fish with me and learn the secrets ofhow the pro's catch Crappie all year long !
    NO FISH NO PAY!
    Thank you andhave fun fishing.
    Mark Collins
    256-779-3387
    www.markcollinsguideservice.com
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