• 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 IS AT 6 FEET 1 INCHES BELOW FULL POOL AND CLEAR AND 63-64 DEGREE'S


    With the drought conditions Weiss Lake is down 3 feet below the normal level for this time of the year. Levels will continue to drop until rain improves conditions.
    The Weiss Lake Improvement Association and Weiss Lake Anglers Tournamet Trail, Stocked 5,400 Florida Strain Largemouth on October 24th at Riverside Camp Ground, Little River Marina and Leesburg Landing.

    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. A BIG thanks to all the Cedar Bluff and Sand Rock High School Fishing Teams volunteer's that helped to make this happen !

    For Reports On Other Area Lakes Please Visit www.southernfishing.com
    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.
    PLEASE BE SAFE, BOATING ON WEISS LAKE ! The Lake is at Winter level and VERY DANGEROUS !

    145 new FAD's were placed in Yellow Creek 9-14-2016
    134 new Fish Attracting Device's have been placed in the Little River and Chattooga River arms of the lake.7-20-2015
    171 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.
    The Weiss Lake Improvement Association's 2017 Spring Crappie Rodeo will have cash prizes totaling over ONE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY THOUSAND DOLLARS with 13 fish worth 10,000$ each! February 15 thru April 30th 2017, WEISS LAKE ALABAMA.
    Bass fishing is Good and most fish have moved shallow on secondary point, sand bars and humps, and they are being caught on Rat L Traps, shallow running flat sided Crank Baits ands Spinner Baits, and jigs. The Spotted Bass are biting great in the upper Coosa River near Riverside Camp Ground, they are chasing Shad on the edges of the old river channel and the mouth of any cove.
    Crappie fishing is Great and most fish are on the main Coosa River, Little River and the Chattooga River channel ledges, in 12-16 feet of water on cover, and they can be caught spider rigging with live minnows, fished 2-4 feet above the bottom on a drop shot rig. Some fish are still being caught under docks in the main lake, shooting jigs, a 1/24 ounce Jiffy Jig in colors JJ13 and JJ17 is working great.
    Striper fishing is Poor and there have been no reports of any catches in the last few weeks. Look for the Stripers to turn on again in late November or early December.
    Catfish are biting good in the flats on cut bait.
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    For the fishing trip of a life time, come fish with me and learn the secrets of how the pro's catch Crappie all year long !
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