I am a new member hope to learn from you all and I just brought a new boat and lake Allatoona is going to be my Home lake want to learn everything about the lake all the Hot Spots want biting ,where when ,all the tricks of the trade Bass,Crappie I just love catching fish any Help will be apprectiated
Post by chase <ºj))))>< <ºj))))>< on Aug 23, 2010 16:30:43 GMT -1
Welcome sabad. Glad you joined the forum! The guys on here are extremely helpful. Most of them will tell you that the best way to "crack the code" on Allatoona is simply TOW (time on water) and that is absolutely true. But there are a couple of ways to speed up the process: 1. Reading the posts, and the archived articles on this forum will really help. 2. Posting your own fishing reports (w/ pics, if possible) will help the guys get to know you a little better and make them more likely to offer help. 3. Fishing in the tournaments and "Buddy" tournaments announced on here at the bottom of the page. 4. Fishing with some of the guys on here on their boat (when invited), and with some of the bank fishermen on your boat (you can always find a fishing buddy on here). 5. Book a guided trip with Mike Bucca (Triton Mike, the sponsor of this forum)!
Big baits intimidate the fisherman, not the fish! <*\\\><( "I like big baits and I cannot lie")
Like chase said ask questions, post your own reports, post pics of you boat so if any of us see you on the water we'll come by and say hi. The better we get to know you the more we'll help out. We're even trying to get some classes going to help the new guys. you can check it out on the " newbie angler" thread.
Thanks guys I have have learn alittle just reading the forms here hopefully i will meet a few of you. If you see me difintley stop and say hey Im in a 1996 blue jack up gmc Z71 with a white and burg z21 ranger been putting in at the block house and victoria landing trying to fish tues nights or weds and sat nights or sundays when ever i get a chance, and thanks for welcome
Post by Steve Carter on Jan 15, 2011 21:03:49 GMT -1
Welcome aboard Comanche. Like they said, ask questions, post, and learn. A good group is the Sunday afternoon Porko tourneys out of Gatewood. Bunch of great guys. I've been bumming back seat rides and all have been great. If you ever need a backseater for a trip, hit me up. I live right outside Powder Springs.