Georgia Bass Fishing

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By Kevin Dallmier | May 1, 2007

Fish With the Wind To Catch Blue Ridge Smallmouths

The winds of change are blowing at Blue Ridge Lake, and all it takes to put together a

By Ronnie Garrison | May 1, 2007

Burton’s Magnum May Spots

Each May the shad and blue- back herring will spawn by the gazillions, and when they do, bass……

By GON Staff | May 1, 2007

Skeeter Eliminator Series at Seminole and Clarks Hill

Ask a man to produce a 16-lb. bag of largemouths on any given tournament day and he may…

By Brad Gill | May 1, 2007

May Ways To Sight Fish Varner Bass

Just after daylight I was sitting in the back of Mike Meason’s jonboat steering his Ray electric motor….

By Don Baldwin | May 1, 2007

May Options for Weiss Bass

Spring fishing on Lake Weiss generally brings to mind slow trolling for huge slab crappie. Anglers from all…

By GON Staff | May 1, 2007

Dodge PFA 14-pounder

For the first time in almost two years, a bass has been added to GON’s Georgia’s Biggest Bass…

By Daryl Kirby | April 1, 2007

Jonboat Bass on Lucas Lake

The booths at the Waffle House in Gray were filled with a bunch of EMC line crews who…

By Brad Gill | April 1, 2007

Spinnerbaits, Jigs & Plastics Catch April’s Oconee Bass

Last April, Mike Harris of Watkinsville was fishing an R&R tournament at Lake Oconee with his 16-year-old step-son,…

By Brad Bailey | April 1, 2007

Spin A Big Train Blade In The Lake Russell Trees For Big Suspended Largemouths

In tournament fishing, the name of the game is to come in with five bass that weigh more…

By Ronnie Garrison | March 1, 2007

Georgia’s Top Team of ’06

Georgia bass fishermen have a wonderful dilemma every March. There are so many good lakes for bass fishing