Georgia Bass Fishing

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By Nick Carter | April 1, 2008

Oconee’s Spring White-Bass Run Is Happening Right Now!

Anchored up at one of Wayne Loyless’ honey holes for the white-bass run on the Oconee River, a

By Jim Hakala | April 1, 2008

Adapt for Allatoona’s April Spotted Bass

Allatoona Reservoir is nearly 12,000 acres of some of the hardest- fished waters in the Southeast, ranking typically

By Don Baldwin | April 1, 2008

Tobesfokee Bass in April

Anglers in Georgia are blessed with an abundance of excellent bass water. Many of our local reservoirs are…

By GON Staff | March 12, 2008

Tony Green Wins GBCF Top-Six at Clarks Hill

A Bandit 200 and a 1/2-oz. Rat-L-Trap fished in dirty water in Georgia’s Little River was exactly how

By Ronnie Garrison | March 1, 2008

Points and Pockets for Jackson Prespawn Bass

For many years Lake Jackson was known for its big bass. Then spotted bass got into the lake,

By Roy Kellett | March 1, 2008

Run-and-gun West Point’s Red-Clay Banks in March

A quarter of a century spent on a body of water will teach a man a few things….

By Drew Hall | March 1, 2008

Hartwell Bass: Following the Spawn

March is unlike every other month of the year for bass anglers at Lake Hartwell. Fishing during the…

By Drew Hall | February 1, 2008

Shad Lead the Way to Eufaula Bass & Hybrids

Ken Greene of Lumpkin knows a lot about cooking chicken, being the owner of three Zaxby’s restaurants, but…

By Brad Bailey | February 1, 2008

Spooning Stone Mountain Lake For Winter Largemouths

“Look at that,” said Joffer, motioning toward the screen of his graph. “That’s what I like to see…

By Brad Gill | January 3, 2008

Little George Tactics For Jackson Bass

It was a brutally cold day last February. Bass-tournament angler Mike York wanted to go fishing real bad,…