Lake Allatoona

Lake Allatoona is a 12,010-acre reservoir in the north Atlanta suburbs located primarily in Bartow and Cherokee counties. The major tributaries are the Etowah and Little rivers and Allatoona and Stamp creeks, although numerous other creeks flow into the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers impoundment. Allatoona is known as a good lake for catching numbers of spotted bass, and it's also known for good striped bass and hybrid bass. Allatoona is a very busy lake for recreational boaters during the summer, when many bass anglers opt to fish at night. 

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Lake Allatoona Fishing Report October 2018

Allatoona: Level: 4.8 feet low. Temp: 82 degrees. Clarity: Clear. Linesides: Guide Robert Eidson reports, “The bite is surprisingly good for this time of year. The fish are starting to move north and can be caught from Clear Creek to the Delta. There are still plenty of fish on the south end, but it’s a very early bite. The mouths of Clark and Tanyard are holding some decent school, but you better be there early. That bite is over by 7:30 a.m. The flats