Fishing

Kayaks For Jekyll Redfish And Trout

By Craig James | April 12, 2018

After perhaps the warmest spring I can remember, the month of April promises to offer up some of

Allatoona’s April Bassin’

By Donny Karr | April 11, 2018

For many years, Lake Allatoona has been jokingly referred to as “The Dead Sea.” Some anglers will recount

Satilla River Special

By Craig James | April 10, 2018

Roughly 25 years ago this spring, I made my first cast into the Satilla River with my grandpa

Georgia Trout: Not The West, But…

By Bob Borgwat | April 9, 2018

Nope. Georgia is not the West. But trout fishing in Georgia is not unlike the West… where nimble

Bartletts Bass On Shallow Cover

By Ronnie Garrison | April 5, 2018

Bass fishing is fantastic on all our lakes in April, but you should consider a trip to Bartletts……

March 28, 2018

West Point Lake Fishing Report April 2018

West Point: Level: 3.7 feet below full pool. Temp: Low 60s. Clarity: Moderate stain. Bass: Guide Keith Hudson

By Donny Karr | April 11, 2018

Allatoona’s April Bassin’

For many years, Lake Allatoona has been jokingly referred to as “The Dead Sea.” Some anglers will recount

By Brad Gill | March 27, 2017

Oconee Linesides At The Dam

As the big schools of Lake Oconee stripers and hybrids race to the dam this month in an

By Savannah E'Dalgo | April 27, 2017

Lanier Hosts Striper Event For Disabled

Lake Lanier hosted the Outdoors Without Limits (OWL) striper event on April 8. OWL is an organization that gives

By Craig James | April 10, 2018

Satilla River Special

Roughly 25 years ago this spring, I made my first cast into the Satilla River with my grandpa

By John N. Felsher | April 4, 2018

Planer Board For Better Crappie Spread

The old favorite methods still work in any Georgia waters, but if Southern crappie anglers want to catch

By Shane Tanner | December 8, 2017

Kayak Fishing The Flint Below Blackshear

Summer is in the books. Fall and all its attractions are upon us. As fishermen trade rods for

By Craig James | April 12, 2018

Kayaks For Jekyll Redfish And Trout

After perhaps the warmest spring I can remember, the month of April promises to offer up some of

By Bob Borgwat | April 9, 2018

Georgia Trout: Not The West, But…

Nope. Georgia is not the West. But trout fishing in Georgia is not unlike the West… where nimble

By Mike Bolton | August 2, 2017

Wild In The Kitchen: Beer-Battered Freshwater Drum

Don’t laugh. The freshwater drum is a close relative to the saltwater redfish, which is considered a delicacy.