Georgia Bass Fishing

Latest Bass Fishing Articles

By Ronnie Garrison | October 17, 2017

Chunk Rock, Ditches For Lanier Bass

November is a great time to go bass fishing. Fish are feeding up for winter, they are on

By Ronnie Garrison | October 1, 2017

Seminole’s Fall Bass with Matt Baty

Stumps, lily pads, grass and plenty of big largemouth bass—Seminole had it all. Seminole has so many quality……

By Duncan Dobie | September 13, 2017

The Story of Georgia’s No. 3 Bass

When George Perry caught his immortal world record 22-lb., 4-oz. largemouth in a backwater slough near Montgomery Lake

By Ronnie Garrison | September 8, 2017

Sinclair’s September Bass

Sinclair offers you many bass-fishing choices in September. If you like probing deep, main-channel point ledges for bass……

By Ronnie Garrison | August 22, 2017

A Numbers Game For Allatoona Spots

September is often our meanest month for fishing a big reservoir. Although the days are getting shorter and……

By Craig James | August 7, 2017

Family Float And Fish On The Nottely River

Hopefully, wherever it is that you are reading this issue of GON, the air conditioner is on full

By Ronnie Garrison | August 3, 2017

Oconee Bass Still Shallow And Chowing

If you like catching shallow summertime bass, Lake Oconee is the place to fish in August. The lake……

By Ronnie Garrison | July 18, 2017

Chase The Shade For Jackson Topwater Bass

The Dog Days are here. It’s miserably hot when you go fishing, the water temperature is as high……

By Ronnie Garrison | July 3, 2017

Shallow, Deep and In Between For Eufaula’s July Bass

What is your favorite way to catch summer bass? Do you like dredging ledges with crankbaits, or is……

By Craig James | June 15, 2017

Altamaha River Summer Bass

If you have never given tidal water river bass fishing a try, don’t put it off until next