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Latest Bream Fishing Articles

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 Capt. Bert Deener | April 1, 2007

Southeast Georgia’s Bream Bonanza

March’s extreme weather typically gives way to a more stable weather pat- tern and warmer nights in April.

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

By Ron Brooks | May 1, 2006

Rooster Redbreast On the St. Marys River

May is the month that southeast Georgia anglers hit the streams and rivers. The red-breasted sunfish are bedding

By Brad Bailey | April 26, 2006

Worms & A Float in May For Black Shoals Shellcrackers on the Bed

Tim Vaughn’s float, split-shot and gob of worms on a No. 4 hook arced through the air and…

By Brad Bailey | April 25, 2006

A Boatload of Bream at Lake Horton

The shellcracker on the end of Mike’s line was a blur of flashing gold and orange as it…