• Jackson Lake Fishing Report - GA

    Southern Fishing Schools
    (770) 889-2654 http://www.southernfishing.com/ ken@southernfishing.com
  • SOUTHERN FISHING SCHOOLS INC. is the ONLY full time Fishing School in the south. We have been fishing these lakes and streams of the south since 1957. We have attended more than 40 worlds championship events, that include 26 Bassmasters Classics, 7 Red Man All Americans and 5 BassNGal World Finals. We can teach anglers of all skill levels how to find and catch more bass

  • Jackson Lake Fishing Report - GA

    LAKE JACKSON IS DOWN .72 FEET, 50íS

    Bass fishing is fair. This is now a spotted bass lake. As the bass slow down in cold water, anglers need to do the same. Forage fish also change their movement and behaviors. Presentations should mimic lethargic baitfish if you want to draw strikes from lethargic bass. Suspending jerk baits, drop shot rigs and heavy football jigs are fair. Make long casts with the jerk bait and rip it the first few feet to give it some depth. Then let it sit. Twitch it, then let it sit a little longer. When you think itís time to twitch it again, wait twice as long to do it. Keep multiplying that time frame between twitches until you start getting bites, even if you have to let the bait suspend for well over a minute or two between moving it at all. The Mad Clown pattern works particularly well during winter because the red head imitates a baitfish stressed by high pressure. The yellow/chartreuse back imitates the fish turning pale as itís on the verge of death. Fish a drop shot in a similar manner. Allow the weight to sit stationary on the bottom. Control the movement of your bait by drawing enough tension in the line to draw the bait upward, then give it just enough slack to allow the bait to fall a few inches, then draw it tight again in the same spot without dragging the weight or pulling it off the bottom. Continue doing this with the same long pauses between movements.


    Hammonds Fishing Centers, Cumming Georgia manager Tim Hawkins has 7 great products to help knock down some cold weather. Gill Simms Jackets for $299.00 and Gill for $199.00 Bibs, Gill waterproof gloves for $44.99, Gill Performance Fishing Gloves for $25.00, Simms Beanies for $29.00 and Gill Face Shields from $29.00 to $32.00. Their phone number is 770 888 6898


    We have all the details for our On the Water SONAR School on our web SCHOOLS page. We have the LOWRANCE CARBON and LOWRANCE GEN 3 Touch and the game changing technology in the NEW 3D Lowrance Technology on our boat. Bring any HDS machine only to Lake Lanier and learn it ALL in one day. Call Ken for details. See our Southern Fishing Schools page for the latest screen shots of the LOWRANCE 3D technology. See bass over a ladder in 10 feet of water 158 feet from my boat. www.lowrance.com


    Ask for a free sonar set up sheet by sending me an email to ken@southernfishing.com. Please tell me what model machine you have.


    We recommend Overboard Designs for 2956 Waterworks Road Buford Georgia 30518 Phone 678.714.7122.


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    Anglers have these books for sale BASS FISHING ON WEST POINT LAKE BASS FISHING LAKE RUSSELL BASS FISHING WEST POINT LAKE and BASS FISHING LAKE HARTWELL. These books have lots of bass fishing and covers every week of the year. Each book $39.00. If you would like a sample of any book send us an e mail to ken@southernfishing.com.


    We offer these waypoints for sale. You get the coordinates and you load them into your GPS unit for Lake Allatoona for $99.00 Lake Lanier for $99.00 Lake Oconee for $99.00 Lake Weiss for $99.00 Lake Hartwell for $99.00 WAYPOINTS ARE NOT REFUNDABLE


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