Fishing

Topwater Techniques For Fall Bass

By Greg McCain | October 15, 2018

The black bass found in Georgia, especially largemouth and spots, tend to form roaming schools ranging from small

Fall Is Flounder Time On The Georgia Coast

By Craig James | October 9, 2018

As you read this issue of GON, it’s safe to say that the sweltering days of summer are

Top BASS Pros Fish Chatuge

By Ronnie Garrison | October 4, 2018

If you read Caz Anderson’s recent Lake Chatuge Map-of-the-Month article and also followed the BASS Angler of the

Anglers Win In New Pro Bass Battleground

By Daryl Kirby | October 3, 2018

There’s never been a better time to be a pro bass angler. With many top fishing pros signing

Hartwell Bass On The Fall Feed

By Ronnie Garrison | October 2, 2018

Spots and largemouth at Hartwell respond to cooling water by moving shallow and feeding heavily in October. You……

September 26, 2018

West Point Lake Fishing Report October 2018

West Point: Level: 2.4 feet below full pool. Temp: Mid 80s. Clarity: Light stain. Bass: Good. Guide Keith

By Greg McCain | October 15, 2018

Topwater Techniques For Fall Bass

The black bass found in Georgia, especially largemouth and spots, tend to form roaming schools ranging from small

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 Simone Gibson | September 19, 2018

Etowah River Flathead Catfish Breaks Record

Brittany Raper, of Farner, Tenn., caught a jaw-dropping flathead catfish weighing at 29-lbs., 8-ozs. while fishing on the Etowah

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 Trussell | September 6, 2018

Macon County’s Small-Lake Gems

Sometimes you just want to get away to a quiet retreat, lose the crowds and see some different

By Craig James | October 9, 2018

Fall Is Flounder Time On The Georgia Coast

As you read this issue of GON, it’s safe to say that the sweltering days of summer are

By GON Staff | August 14, 2018

Flood Damage Impacts Dukes Creek Trout Fishing

Severe flooding the last week of May in White County created enough damage at Smithgall Woods State Park-Dukes

By GON Staff | August 10, 2018

Record Set For Longnose Gar On Etowah River

Kyle Williams, of Adairsville, isn’t a huge fan of gar when he’s fishing the Etowah River, but he