Ocmulgee River Fishing Above Macon

The drought means bass, catfish, bream and crappie are stacked up in the deep holes in this 42-mile stretch.

Fall fishing can be fun and productive, but this year the climate has been throwing us some curves with unusually dry and warm weather. Much of Georgia has been in a serious drought, and the middle Georgia area is 13 inches down from normal rainfall. We probably won’t make up that rainfall anytime soon. In fact,...

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