Georgia Fishing

Apr 19, 2019 Written by
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Well, that was a gully-washer of a morning! Hope everyone is safe and dry and making weekend plans for what to do once all the water recedes. In case you missed it: First Striped Bass From Renovated Richmond Hill Hatchery!…
Apr 12, 2019 Written by
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This week’s fishing report is meant to entice you to get out there starting tomorrow, because Sunday is not looking so good to be outdoors! So, Go Fish…but Go Be Safe too! In case you missed it: We have our…
Apr 11, 2019 Written by
Published in Georgia Fishing
Spring is the season of new life. For many fish species, this means it’s time to get moving. Check out a few of Georgia’s natives who migrate to a new area for spawning! Lake Sturgeon These dinosaur-like fish spawn from…
Apr 08, 2019 Written by
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Walleye in Georgia? You bet. North Georgia is the southernmost point of the walleye’s range, offering a unique opportunity for anglers. In 2002, Georgia DNR’s Wildlife Resources Division launched a walleye stocking program that produces nearly 600,000 fingerlings each year.…
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