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Georgia Fishing Report: June 15, 2018 —

Can you name your favorite fishing spot? Favorite fishing partner? Favorite species to pursue? NO? You better get those questioned answered this year. That, my friend, is important stuff to know. Looking to find a favorite fishing spot? Check out … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: June 15, 2018 —

Can you name your favorite fishing spot? Favorite fishing partner? Favorite species to pursue? NO? You better get those questioned answered this year. That, my friend, is important stuff to know. Looking to find a favorite fishing spot? Check out … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: June 1, 2018 —

Wow…so, we have seen A LOT of water this past week, coming down from the skies anyway, right? While we hope you DO venture out this coming weekend to go fish, we encourage you to check water levels and make … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 26, 2018 —

Holiday Weekend on the Horizon – what are your plans? Besides trying to stay dry! Here are a few ideas or at least some things to keep in mind in case the rain lets up: Night Fishing Tips: Ever wanted … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 18, 2018 —

So, is it raining where you are? Yep, us too. Here are some good reasons why you need to forget the rain and get outdoors: Early Birds-Listen Up! Fisheries Chief Matt Thomas will be on the O’Neill Williams Radio Show … Continue reading

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Tide tables

Checking the tide is always helpful when planning a day out on the boat.  It’s also helpful for swimmers because the oyster beds can make you say “ouch”…. For US tide tables: http://www.saltwatertides.com  

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 11, 2018 —

You know, we often say “Take a kid fishing” because it is important to get that next generation out on the water. But, this weekend, I have a different directive – “Take your mama fishing!” Happy Mother’s Day everyone! Some … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 4, 2018 —

If you use a light saber for a fishing pole today, I completely understand (“May the Fourth Be With You” and all) – just as long as you grab some kind of fishing pole and take advantage of the sunshine … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: April 27, 2018 —

We have a lot of great fishing information for you today, including reports from Central, Southeast and North Georgia. So, sit back, read, make sure you got your fishing license and then GET OUT THERE and Go Fish Georgia! CENTRAL … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: April 13, 2018 —

Sooooo, as long as you aren’t planning on fishing at Camp Crystal Lake, Friday the 13th should be a great day to go fishing, right? We have A LOT of fishing news, information, tips, tricks and more to tell you … Continue reading

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