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Other Recent Fishing Articles

By Brad Gill | January 21, 2015

GON’s Lake & River Records Coming In February

Every February GON publishes its exclusive listing of Georgia Lake & River Records. Since last February’s printing of…

By Capt. Bert Deener | August 7, 2014

Target Bowfin, The Bait-Crashing Bullies

Whether you call them bowfin (the American Fisheries Society accepted common name), mudfish, grinnel, cypress bass or the…

By Rob Pavey | April 1, 2014

Corps Requests Funds For Grass Carp Study To Battle Clarks Hill Hydrilla

After more than five years of studies and discussion, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will ask Congress

By Daryl Kirby | January 29, 2014

Frigid Temps Could Spell Shad Kills In Area Lakes

The unusually cold temperatures we’ve been experiencing could impact fishing this month and also into the spring. A…

By Joe DiPietro | February 23, 2011

Walleye: Georgia’s Best Kept Secret

For many Georgia anglers walleye might seem like some obscure gamefish that’s only found up North. Contrary to…

By Drew Hall | June 22, 2007

Gar Ain’t No Garbage Fish!

Donnie Hinkle of LaGrange was bass fishing on West Point Lake in October of 2003 when he witnessed…

By Ron Brooks | April 1, 2007

Crankin’ For Rip-Rap Reds

At the mouth of the St. Marys River on the Florida-Georgia border, a wide dredged channel runs east

By Brad Bailey | April 27, 2006

Mountain Lake Perch OHIO Style

Fisherman Paul Turman lives in Hoschton. He is a transplant to Georgia from Ohio, where he grew up…

By Don Baldwin | April 7, 2006

Lake Russell’s December Crappie and Perch

During the early winter months as water temperatures drop into the low 50s on Georgia reservoirs, large schools…

By Capt. Bert Deener | March 22, 2006

The Okefenokee Experience

Largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, shellcrackers, and channel catfish… all species that you can forget about catching on a