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Georgia Fishing Reports

Georgia Fishing Reports by Location:

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Georgia Fishing Reports


2021-12-03
2:38 PM

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...
Capt. Tad Murdock - Lake Lanier


2021-11-14
7:42 AM

Lake Hartwell fishing forecast for December 2021 - Water level: Full Pool Water temp.: 60 December is one of my favorite months to fish Lake Hartwell. The fall turn over should be complete. The water turns a pretty green color. The game fish go on a feeding spree with the onset of winter coming. more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell


2021-07-27
11:17 AM

Lake Hartwell Fishing Forecast for August 2021 - Water Temp. mid-80's Water Level: Full Pool August has all game fish in their summer pattern. All game fish migrate to deeper water in the summer. Stripers and hybrids migrate to the mid to lower lake in the summer. Some years by August, most lar more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell


2021-05-13
5:59 AM

Lake Hartwell Fishing Forecast for June 2021 - Water Temp. 74 Water Level: Full Pool Water Clarity: Lake Hartwell rarely gets dirty. Only in the creeks after heavy rains June is a transition month. The water is warming and the fish are looking for cooler water. Bass and crappie do not migrat more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell


2021-03-16
6:38 AM

Lake Hartwell Fishing Forecast for March 2021 - Water level - 3 ft. Below full pool Water temp. - 50 degrees March is one of my favorite months to fish. I love to fish small artificials and catch big fish. I fish small bucktail jigs and flukes and fish shallow like a bass fisherman. But I am l more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell


2021-01-25
9:46 AM

Lake Hartwell Fishing Forecast February 2021 - February is the coldest month of the year. Most game fish are in hibernation. Their metabolism slows and they do not feed much. They do not digest big baits and prefer small baits. Try to finesse fish with small imitations worked very slow. There more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell


2020-03-23
9:08 AM

April 2020 Lake Hartwell Fishing Forecast - Water level-1 ft. Above full pool & water temp.-low 60s April means fishing shallow. April also means spawning fish. Fishing becomes simple in April as all game fish move up on the banks. March has been on fire with warming water temps. and less more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell


2020-02-22
4:28 PM

Lake Hartwell Fishing Forecast for March 2020 - As of mid-February, the water temperature is 51 degrees and the water level is 4 feet over full pool. Picture is of Capt. Preston Harden with an early spring striper caught on a bucktail jig. As I sit here listening to the rain, I am lookin more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell


2020-01-16
3:38 PM

Lake Hartwell Fishing Forecast for January 2020 - Water temperature upper 50s water level is about 5 feet below full pool As of mid-December, fishing is good on Lake Hartwell. It got tough last month with the turnover. Now the water quality is good and fish are feeding. Most fish have moved u more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell


2019-10-01
5:57 AM

Lake Hartwell fishing forecast for October 2019 - Water temperature is in the mid-70s and the water level is about 2 1/2 feet below full pool. As the water cools in October, most fish move shallower and become more active. Hybrids and stripers will school in the surface early and late. They could more...
Capt. Preston Harden - Lake Hartwell

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