Fishing

Clarks Hill Ditch Bass During March

By Nick Carter | February 19, 2018

Clarks Hill bass will soon be moving up and staging for the spawn like they always every year in late

Bartletts Bass Are Early To Bed

By Ronnie Garrison | February 17, 2018

March is a great month to go fishing just about anywhere in Georgia. Warming waters turn fish on,

Rare Fish Caught In Lake Allatoona

By Karson Corbitt | February 16, 2018

Bob Geresti didn’t expect his last-minute decision to go fishing one afternoon on Lake Allatoona to result in

Early Spring For Okefenokee Trophy Fish

By Capt. Bert Deener | February 12, 2018

Chain pickerel, warmouth, flier, bullhead catfish, bowfin… not exactly the who’s who of well-known sport- fish. But, in

West Point Fishing Guide Serving Veterans

By John N. Felsher | February 9, 2018

In 2001, Ken Bearden met Joe Gilham, a Vietnam War veteran. The two men became close friends and

January 31, 2018

West Point Lake Fishing Report February 2018

West Point: Level: 6.8 feet above full pool. Temp: Upper 40s. Clarity: Clear on the south end; slightly

By Nick Carter | February 19, 2018

Clarks Hill Ditch Bass During March

Clarks Hill bass will soon be moving up and staging for the spawn like they always every year in late

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 Savannah E'Dalgo | April 27, 2017

Lanier Hosts Striper Event For Disabled

Lake Lanier hosted the Outdoors Without Limits (OWL) striper event on April 8. OWL is an organization that gives

By Amber Roberts | October 17, 2017

New 93-pound Georgia State Record Blue Catfish

Ricky Barrett just caught not only the biggest blue catfish he’s ever seen, but the monster turned out

By Craig James | December 14, 2017

Southeast Georgia River Crappie

If you’re a crappie fisherman in Georgia, I think you would agree that December is undoubtedly one of

By Shane Tanner | December 8, 2017

Kayak Fishing The Flint Below Blackshear

Summer is in the books. Fall and all its attractions are upon us. As fishermen trade rods for

By GON Staff | January 31, 2018

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report February 2018

Saltwater: Inshore: Capt. David Newlin reports, “Winter has hit the Georgia coast hard. Water temps are around 48

By Karson Corbitt | February 16, 2018

Rare Fish Caught In Lake Allatoona

Bob Geresti didn’t expect his last-minute decision to go fishing one afternoon on Lake Allatoona to result in

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.