Georgia Fishing

June Fly Fishing Report

by Henry Cowen I am sitting here writing this report in May and spring has FINALLY arrived. Water temps have … May 29th, 2018

June is Topwater Time on Lanier!

by Jimbo Mathley It is hard to beat the topwater bite in June on Lake Lanier. Spotted bass chasing a … May 29th, 2018
Dr. Andrew Cox

Fishing with Children

by Andrew A. Cox June is the advent of the summer school vacation time period. Children are looking for activities … May 29th, 2018

Understanding Your Trout Stream

by James Bradley I had a gentleman on the water the other day who basically asked me in an around … May 30th, 2018

Casts That Have a Kick

Casting Corner by Rene Hesse  Have you tried to make casts with a Wooly Bugger, Dumbbell Eyed or weighted fly … May 30th, 2018

Covering Water

by Jay Striker It may seem like eight hours is a long time to fish, and to some it may … May 29th, 2018


Lake Seminole

by Paul Tyre The temperatures are finally warming up, and Lake Seminole is on fire! We have been catching some big … May 30th, 2018

Lake Chatuge

by Eric Welch Water temperature: 65-68 degrees, lake level: full pool, clarity: clear Bass: The fishing has been great. There are some … May 30th, 2018

Lake Blue Ridge

by Shane Goebel Lake Blue Ridge plays host to some of North Georgia’s best smallmouth fishing. June is a great … May 30th, 2018

Lake Martin

by Capt David Hare Water Temperature: 84 degrees, lake level: full pool, clarity: clear. So far May has been another … May 30th, 2018

Jackson Lake

by Brian Lee Water temperature: 70-74 degrees, lake level: full pool, clarity: stained/clear. The mayflies are starting to hatch in … May 30th, 2018

Carters Lake

by Eric Crowley Water temperature: high 60s, lake level: full, clarity: 5 feet The stripers and hybrids have been doing … May 30th, 2018