Georgia Fishing

Walking the Dog in the Fall

by Jay Striker Topwater fishing is one of the best ways to catch fish in the fall. When the water … Oct 7th, 2018

Fishing the Transition – October on Lake Lanier

by Jimbo Mathley October on Lake Lanier means transition. Often you can find fish shallow and in the mid-depth ranges. … Oct 7th, 2018

Fall Angling Is Here

by Andrew A. Cox October is one of the best months of the year for angling. The water is beginning … Oct 7th, 2018

Where Are All the Fish?

By Capt. Cefus McRae, Nuts & Bolts of Fishing Series When you consider the size of our regional lakes, coastal … Oct 7th, 2018

Fall is Almost Here! Improvise, Adapt and Overcome

Oconee On The Fly by Capt. Wayne Moore USCG Everyone here on Oconee (especially the guides) is anxiously awaiting fall, … Oct 7th, 2018

Fall Trout and N.C. Delay Harvest

by James Bradley October is usually the start of the fall trout season. Cooler air temperatures will allow those slightly … Oct 7th, 2018


Lake Eufaula

by Capt Sam Williams Water temperature: upper 80’s, water level: 189.87 msl, clarity: slight stain to clear. Steady water levels … Oct 7th, 2018

Lake Chatuge

by Eric Welch Water temperature: 81 degrees, lake level: 2.5 below full pool, clarity: clear. The lake is starting to drop … Oct 7th, 2018

Chattooga River

by Karl Ekberg The start to fall fishing here on the rivers around Chattooga River Fly Shop is great! The … Oct 7th, 2018

Lake Seminole

by Paul Tyre Water temperature: 88 degrees, lake level: 6″ below full pool, clarity: stained and clearing. Lake Seminole has been … Oct 7th, 2018

Lake Nottely

by Shane Goebel, Big Ol’ Fish Guiding Service October in the North Georgia Mountains is a fantastic time to hit … Oct 7th, 2018

Lake Martin

by Capt David Hare Water temperature:  84 degrees, lake level: 490.00, clarity: clear. Here it is the middle of September, … Oct 7th, 2018