Georgia Fishing

August Fly Fishing Report

by Henry Cowen July has been a hot one, BUT with the rain finally calming down some and the Corp … Aug 5th, 2018

Catching Lake Lanier Spotted Bass in August

by Jimbo Mathley While the fishing generally gets tougher in August on Lake Lanier, there are ways to ensure continued … Aug 5th, 2018
Dr. Andrew Cox

Spending August’s Dog Days Fishing on the Internet

by Andrew A. Cox I have written about this topic for this magazine in the past. The hot, uncomfortable days … Aug 5th, 2018

Trailering Tips

By Capt. Cefus McRae, Nuts & Bolts of Fishing Series If you own a boat, there’s a high likelihood you … Aug 5th, 2018

Oconee On The Fly

Capt. Wayne Moore Fishing with Coulter Hnatt Thursday, June 14th was an incredible day here on Lake Oconee. Coulter landed … Aug 5th, 2018

Bug Time

by James Bradley August is a great time to throw the biggest dry flies you have. I’m talking about the … Aug 5th, 2018


West Point

by Keith Hudson Lake is clear with water temperature mostly upper 80’s. Bass: SLOW – Some largemouth are being caught … Aug 8th, 2018

Lake Sinclair

by Ken Sturdivant Lake Sinclair is down 1.47 feet with the water stained and the temperature in the mid-80s. Bass … Aug 8th, 2018

Lake Seminole

        Bass fishing on Lake Seminole has been as hot as the weather. The topwater bite has been impressive and since … Aug 8th, 2018

Lake Martin

Capt David Hare Lake Martin is clear to very clear and surface temps some days reaching 90 degrees with nighttime … Aug 8th, 2018

Lake Jackson

by Brian Lee Water temperature: 85-89 degrees, level: full pool, clarity: stained/clear. This time of year can offer some of … Aug 8th, 2018

Carters Lake

by Eric Crowley Water temperature: 84 degrees, level: full, clarity: 5 feet. The heat is pushing the fish down to … Aug 8th, 2018