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Georgia Fishing Reports

4:42 AM

Jekyll Island Georgia - The Giant Georgia Redfish Kingdom! - BULL REDS ON THE PROWL IN COASTAL GEORGIA | GEORGIASPORTFISHING.COM Coastal Georgia, St. Simons Island and Jekyll Island - Giant Georgia Bull Redfish have headed in to the bays and sounds from offshore and are taking over the various sandbars and more...
Capt. Richie Lott - Jekyll Island

12:05 PM

Red Hot Stripers on Lake Oconee - It has finally started like gang busters on Lake Oconee. With this warm, cold, warm again weather, the fish have just really been timid this early season. Not any more! We are catching loads of striped bass and crappie (depending on which trip you more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee

12:32 AM

Lake Lanier Striped Bass Fishing Reports - Striper Cartel - Striper Cartel guide Andy W. is on the fish at Lake Lanier! The bites good and will only get better as summer approaches. The best striped bass bite is on the upper end. Both Little River and Wahoo Creek are areas with high concentrations of striper more...
Capt. Mike Walker - Lake Lanier

5:13 PM

Fishing Forecast for May 2017 - The water temperature is 72 and the water level is 8 feet below full pool. The month of May might be the best month of the year for catching lots of fish. Hybrids and stripers are very shallow right now. They are oozing sperm and eggs when we bri more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell

9:03 AM

Jekyll Island Fishing Charters and Report Spring 2017 - Fishing at Jekyll Island over the past few weeks, the rivers, sounds and bays have come to life for fishermen and visitors of Jekyll Island and St. Simons Island! Bull Redfish (very large reds) are making their into the bays from offshore to pat more...
Capt. Richie Lott - Jekyll Island

4:30 PM

Lake Allatoona Fishing Guides Report For April 19 - This Lake Allatoona Fishing Guides Report has been brought to you by Robert Eidson of First Bite Guide Service, 770 827-6282 www.firstbiteguideservice.com Lake Allatoona, Georgia email: [email protected] www.firstbiteguideservice.com Lines-sides more...
Capt. Robert Eidson - Lake Allatoona

12:26 AM

Striper Cartel, Lake Lanier - Striper Fishing Is Picking Up! - After a slow start to spring Lake Lanier is starting to pick up. Striper Cartel guide Jim W. reports plenty of numbers on the south end of the lake and big fish bite starting to pick up in the north ends. The big bait bite has been slow, but over the more...
Mike Walker - Lake Lanier

1:09 PM

Carters Lake Fishing Guides Report For April - Linesides: Good. Guide Robert Eidson reports, Spring is here, and it's spawning time. The white bass are already staging for the spawn run. The hybrids and stripers will be shortly behind them. With the unseasonable warm winter, I am looking for a s more...
Capt. Robert Eidson - Carters Lake

8:57 AM

The Shad Spawn is on! - The largemouth, stripers, hybrids, and catfish are all going bonkers on Lake Oconee. The shad are on the banks and the fish are gorging themselves every morning. Just about any rip rap bank will create this frenzy. Throw a white spinner bait, buzz ba more...
Capt. Doug Nelms - Lake Oconee

6:31 PM

April Fishing Forecast - March fishing has been great with warm water from a warm winter. Fish have been eating Herring and artificial baits with the water temperature pushing 60 most of the winter. As we move into April, fishing will only get better. There are more fish in more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell

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Specific Georgia Fishing Report Locations:

Carters Lake (18)

Chattahoochee River (8)

Clarks Hill (7)

Jekyll Island (48)

Lake Allatoona (405)

Lake Hartwell (95)

Lake Lanier (160)

Lake Oconee (218)

St. Simons Island (107)

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