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Tired Creek Opens To Good Fishing

By Jarrett Harrison | July 18, 2018

Tired Creek Lake in north Grady County has been in the works for years, and it was finally

North Georgia Stripers

By Craig James | July 16, 2018

As summer hits us Georgians in full force this month, you can bet anywhere you decide to fish

Oconee River Striped Bass

By Daryl Gay | July 10, 2018

The striped bass come and go throughout the year, up and down south and middle Georgia’s river corridors.

Russell Summer Spots

By Ronnie Garrison | July 2, 2018

Does catching 100 bass a day sound good, even if they are smaller spotted bass? Lake Russell is……

Clarks Hill Giant Flathead Catfish

By Chad Cain | June 29, 2018

Kelly Chavous, of Columbia County, finally got to hold a once-in-a-lifetime flathead catfish out at Clarks Hill Lake

June 28, 2018

West Point Lake Fishing Report July 2018

West Point: Level: 0.4 feet above full pool. Temp: Mid 80s. Clarity: Moderate stain. Bass: Fair. Guide Keith

By Jarrett Harrison | July 18, 2018

Tired Creek Opens To Good Fishing

Tired Creek Lake in north Grady County has been in the works for years, and it was finally

By Brad Gill | March 27, 2017

Oconee Linesides At The Dam

As the big schools of Lake Oconee stripers and hybrids race to the dam this month in an

By Craig James | July 16, 2018

North Georgia Stripers

As summer hits us Georgians in full force this month, you can bet anywhere you decide to fish

By Chad Cain | June 29, 2018

Clarks Hill Giant Flathead Catfish

Kelly Chavous, of Columbia County, finally got to hold a once-in-a-lifetime flathead catfish out at Clarks Hill Lake

By Brad Gill | April 14, 2018

Rabun Lake Record Black Crappie

Corey Gosnell holds the current Lake Rabun black crappie record with a 1-lb., 14-oz. fish he caught on

By John N. Felsher | May 10, 2018

Mayfly Bream

One hot June afternoon, we struggled to find fish in a sweltering backwater off a major river—until we

By GON Staff | June 28, 2018

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report July 2018

Saltwater: Inshore: Capt. Judy Helmey reports, “During the month of July, inshore fishing can be steady. For those inshore

By Chad Cain | May 31, 2018

New Lake Burton Brown Trout Record

Not many people can say they have caught a lake record fish as an experienced angler, but 7-year-old

By Mike Bolton | August 2, 2017

Wild In The Kitchen: Beer-Battered Freshwater Drum

Don’t laugh. The freshwater drum is a close relative to the saltwater redfish, which is considered a delicacy.