Georgia Bream Fishing

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By Capt. Bert Deener | June 10, 2007

St. Marys River Panfish

When I think of panfishing on the St. Marys River, my friend Brentz McGhin of Blackshear immediately comes

By Scott Robinson | June 1, 2007

School’s Out…Time To Take a Kid Fishing

Teaching a kid to fish is the best way to guarantee that you will be fondly remembered long…

By Brad Bailey | June 1, 2007

Fish the Blue Moon In June For the Savannah River’s 2-lb. SHELLCRACKER

The bobber and worm sailed over the water and dropped into the water 10 feet from the far…

By MacKay Bloodworth | May 1, 2007

From The Oconee River To The Coast

I have lived in Milledgeville all my life and since I was old enough to know what a

By Daryl Gay | May 1, 2007

A Philosophy of a Bream

Spraying water sparkled down each side of the pointed bow of the plywood boat, meticulously built and triple-coated

By GON Staff | May 1, 2007

Best Bets For Georgia Bream

Across the state, shellcrackers, bluegills and redbreasts start going on the beds in the spring, and even though

By Jay Chambless | October 1, 2006

From Blackshear To Chehaw, October’s Fun Fishing on the Flint

I love rivers. I always have. For some reason, I am strangely drawn to them. There is something

By Daryl Gay | June 1, 2006

Load a Stringer Full of Altamaha River Bream

This is not supposed to be happening. There is a steady wind blowing 15 to 20 miles per

By Don Baldwin | May 12, 2006

Float Tubin’ for Little Water Bream

We’ve all been there. You find a quiet little isolated pond that you know holds the world-record bluegill,…

By Daryl Gay | May 2, 2006

Hugh Gillis PFA Loaded With Bedding Bream In May

In its infancy, the Hugh M. Gillis Public Fishing Area (PFA) in Laurens County was favorably compared to