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There are few states in the nation that can offer fisheries as varied as those in Georgia.  Here's a look at three dozen you should try this year.Peach State Angling Options
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Peach State Angling Options

There are few states in the nation that can offer fisheries as varied as those in Georgia.

Send Us Your Photos!<br /> Mail to: <strong>Georgia Camera Corner</strong>, P.O. Box 741, Marietta, GA 30061. Photos become the property of this magazine and cannot be returned.Camera Corner
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Camera Corner

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Mail to: Georgia Camera Corner, P.O. Box 741,

From the mountains to the coast, crappie are found virtually everywhere in the Peach State. But some waters offer better angling than others. Let's look at some of these for this year.Georgia Papermouth Roundup
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Georgia Papermouth Roundup

From the mountains to the coast, crappie are found virtually everywhere in the Peach State.

The last several hunting seasons have been good ones for hunters pursuing black bears in the Georgia highlands. Will that trend continue this year? Let's have a closer look.Stalking Your Mountain Bear
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Stalking Your Mountain Bear

The last several hunting seasons have been good ones for hunters pursuing black bears in the

Bluegills and other panfish are readily available throughout the Peach State, but they are often ignored in our larger impoundments. Here's how to use that oversight to your advantage!Georgia's Overlooked Reservoir Bream
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Georgia's Overlooked Reservoir Bream

Bluegills and other panfish are readily available throughout the Peach State, but they are

The holidays are over and there are no more bowl games to watch. Winter's chill has kept you cooped up just a little too long. It's time to ease that cabin fever by pulling the boat to the lake and doing a little crappie fishing.Mid-State Honeyholes For Crappie
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Mid-State Honeyholes For Crappie

The holidays are over and there are no more bowl games to watch. Winter's chill has kept you

Chuck Thompson

With the blooming of dogwoods and azaleas in the highlands, trout anglers head to the creeks and rivers. Let's look at some of the top streams for 2004.Trout Time in the Mountains
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Trout Time in the Mountains

With the blooming of dogwoods and azaleas in the highlands, trout anglers head to the creeks

Hunting geese does not have a long history in our state, but it is becoming popular. The birds are now plentiful and even a nuisance in some areas!Peach State Goose Season
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Peach State Goose Season

Hunting geese does not have a long history in our state, but it is becoming popular. The birds

Tackling the trout on this flow is like fishing a couple of separate streams. Join the author in exploring the upper river and the tailwater below Blue Ridge Dam.Two Ways for Toccoa River Trout
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Two Ways for Toccoa River Trout

Tackling the trout on this flow is like fishing a couple of separate streams. Join the author

It may not be the easiest time of year to catch some bass, but January often yields sizable fish. Here's a look at some places to try your luck this month in the northern reaches of the Peach State.Winter Bass in Northeast Georgia
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Winter Bass in Northeast Georgia

It may not be the easiest time of year to catch some bass, but January often yields sizable

Hal Barber has spent a lot of hours fishing for crappie on Peach State reservoirs over the last four decades. Along the way, he developed the Hal-Fly and revolutionized tactics for taking papermouths.Georgia's Original Crappie Man
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Georgia's Original Crappie Man

Hal Barber has spent a lot of hours fishing for crappie on Peach State reservoirs over the

With the blooming of dogwoods and wild azaleas in the Georgia mountains, it is time to start thinking seriously about catching some trout. Here are a handful of places you might want to check out this year.Peach State Trout Season
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Peach State Trout Season

With the blooming of dogwoods and wild azaleas in the Georgia mountains, it is time to start

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