Category Archives: Fishing Information

Weekly fishing reports and park information provided by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Georgia Fishing Report: October 2, 2020 —

Happy Fall Y’all! It’s nice to have a few consistent cool-weather-feel mornings – makes me excited to start planning some fun fall family fishing trips. News to Know: I like the Night Life: Now equipped with lighting on piers and … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: September 25, 2020 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

Tomorrow is National Hunting and Fishing Day, and while this year looks a little different, we can still safely get outside and enjoy everything that this great state has to offer!  News to Know: FREE FISHING DAY: Sept. 26, 2020 … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: September 11, 2020 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

Since 2001, there is a somberness to this day that is difficult to get past. As we move through today and this weekend, don’t take anything for granted, cherish the time you have and celebrate the opportunities you are given.  … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: August 28, 2020 —

Is there part of you that can’t believe it is the end of August…and yet another part of you that says thank goodness it is the end of August? What a long, strange year it has been. But, you know … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: August 21, 2020 —

Don’t you just love the guarantee of a weekend happening each week? The lure of those few “relaxing” days can really put some pep in that step as it gets closer. Yes, I know the lawn has to get mowed, … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: August 14, 2020 —

If you had to pick one place in Georgia to fish…where would it be? The variety of water body types we have is pretty incredible, such as mountain streams, large reservoirs, lazy rivers, swamp water trails, and coastal saltwater. How … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: August 7, 2020 —

Did you know that when you purchase a Georgia fishing license you are investing in the conservation of our natural resources? You are! Find out more HERE. Want info about what type of license you might need? Click HERE. Need … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: July 31, 2020 —

July is coming to a close today. Despite the overwhelming news that is out there in this world of ours today, let’s try to make August the best month of the year. 40 more words via Georgia Fishing Report: July 31, … Continue reading

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Southern Summertime Includes Catfish Angling —

Have you really and truly lived a good southern life if you haven’t spent a whole day fishing and then fried up a “mess” of catfish for dinner? Catfishing provides great opportunities for new and experienced anglers. Georgia’s public waterways … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: July 24, 2020 —

YOU. You need to get outdoors. Yes, I am talking to you. Whether it is a solo trip or a full-fledged family “staycation” trip, go get outside. Georgia is home to so many opportunities, including Public Fishing Areas, Wildlife Management … Continue reading

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