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Turkey Special : Why Are Turkey Numbers Down?

Allatoona Bass : Matt Driver's March Plan

Sinclair Crappie : Spring Tactics

Giant Black Drum : Monsters Of The Georgia Coast

Latest Clarks Hill Fishing Report
Clarks Hill April 2015 Fishing Report
Clarks Hill: Level: 1.6 feet below full. Temp: 60 degrees. Clarity: About 6 feet visibility.

Linesides: Guide William Sasser reports, “The hybrids and stripers are starting to move toward the lower branches of the lake and are still being caught from a mix of freelines, planer boards and downlines. The best bite is coming on either herring or large shiners. The morning bite is pretty good around mid-lake points and creeks with the fish lingering in the 25- to 30-foot range...

Clarks Hill Articles
Clarks Hill largemouth are a different breed. I was there a couple of weeks ago with Jon Hair, a regular on the tournament scene on this east Georgia reservoir, and we had a blast on an 85-degree afternoon catching topwater schoolies in 50 feet of...

Summer is a great time for outdoor recreational activity, particularly if it has anything to do with water. Clark Hill, near Augusta, is a favorite of local residents and fun seekers from both Georgia and South Carolina who show up in large numbers...

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