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Georgia Hybrid Fishing

Latest Hybrid Fishing Articles

By Brad Bailey | April 26, 2006

Summer Linesides at Clarks Hill

“Get the net!” said Sarah Willard, who was hanging onto her rod as a hybrid bass flashed and…

By Brad Bailey | April 25, 2006

You Can’t Turn Your Back On Hartwell Linesides

Lineside fishing guide Greg Beck snatched the rod from the rod holder and reared back to set the…

By Roy Kellett | April 7, 2006

Allatoona Lineside Frenzy

Like many Georgians, I have been fishing as long as I can remember. Heck, my grandfather was king…

By Brad Gill | April 7, 2006

West Point Lake’s Hybrid Run to Franklin

The green flag has dropped, and the race is on. The hybrids in Lake West Point have just…

By Don Baldwin | April 7, 2006

May Hybrids on Lakes Oconee and Sinclair

They fight better than they eat… and they eat good! The hybrid bass has become one of the…

By Brad Gill | April 7, 2006

Lake Varner For Bass And Hybrid Combo

The sun was still below the eastern treeline as we chunked topwater lures in Newton County’s Lake Varner….

By Brad Bailey | April 3, 2006

Fast-As-You-Can Fishing for Hartwell Stripers

By my watch, we started fishing at 8:49 p.m. Darkness was settling in over Lake Hartwell, but some…

By Roy Kellett | May 1, 2005

Brawling Monster Carters Stripers And Hybrids

The small hand-held scale registered 24 pounds. The battle was over, and I had won… sort of. The

By Brad Bailey | March 1, 2003
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Linesides Stacked In The Georgia Tailraces

Beginning in March, white bass, hybrids and stripers begin their spring migration out of many of Georgia’s reservoirs

By Don Baldwin | May 1, 2002
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May Hybrid Bass On Oconee And Sinclair

They fight better than they eat… and they eat good! The hybrid bass has become one of the