Georgia Fishing Reports
Georgia Wild Trout July Fly Fishing Report - Summer seems to be here to stay. Time to escape the heat and head for the headwaters and small trout streams of North Georgia. The dry fly bite has been excellent but droppers have still been needed following the scattered showers. Trout can be caugh more...
May Trout Fishing Report for North Georgia - May has finally arrived but the cool weather is not quite behind us. Though air temperatures have still been on the chilly in the mornings, water temps have been somewhat stable in our lakes and streams for the past few weeks. There is not a bad plac more...
North Georgia Trout and Striper Fishing Report for April - North Georgia Trout Streams
The trout fishing has continued to pick up as waters across the state warm. The recent rains have brought the water levels of rivers and creeks up causing the trout to spread out. Streamers are an excellent way to probe l more...
North Georgia Fly Fishing - North Georgia Fly Fishing
Spring has arrived really early this year and the trout and striper activity has picked up considerably. The warm rains we had in February have warmed the creeks and lake into the mid to upper 50s. Still seeing plenty of m more...
North Georgia Trout Fishing Report for January - The warm weather that oddly hung around throughout December ended abruptly with a deep freeze during the holidays. Our first major cold front has pushed through the mountains and left a bit of snow and ice behind in its wake, but it did raise the wat more...
North Georgia Trout Fishing Report for December - Low water will be the biggest factor in trout fishing this December. Most rivers and creeks are gin clear and have the lowest flows of the year. This will make wild fish incredibly spooky and tougher to catch. On the upside, stockers will likely be f more...
North Georgia Trout Fishing Report for October - Georgia Trout Fishing Report For October
Fall is arriving quickly. Cooler morning temperatures and shorter days have allowed the trout to start moving around and begin to eat more. The brown trout have begun making their spawning runs on many of the more...
North Georgia Trout Fishing Report for September - September has arrived. The bug diversity is rising as the hatches have begun to increase once again. Caddis and midges continue to be the most abundant in the streams I have visited over the past few weeks with the occasional mayfly here and there. more...
North Georgia Trout Fishing Report for August - The dog day of summer mean its time to escape the heat and head for the headwaters and small streams of North Georgia or the cooled tailwaters of the Chattahoochee River or Toccoa River. The dry fly bite has been excellent. Trout can be caught on a m more...
Lake Hartwell Fishing Forecast for August 2022 - Water Level - full pool
Water Temp. - 87 degrees
Water Clarity - clear
July fishing for hybrids and stripers has been very good with large schools feeding good early mornings. As we go into August. I will limit my search to the lower lake in de more...
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