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This might be the best time of year for hooking a lunker largemouth in the central part of the state. And these lakes offer some overlooked water to target!Middle Georgia Winter Bass Tactics

Middle Georgia Winter Bass Tactics

Scott Bernarde - October 04, 2010

This might be the best time of year for hooking a lunker largemouth in the central part of the...

Reservoirs like Blackshear, Walter George and Seminole may get all the publicity, but this corner of the state also has some hidden bassin' jewels. Here's a look at a few of those waters. (May 2009)Southwest Georgia’s Other Bassin’

Southwest Georgia's Other Bassin'

October 04, 2010

Reservoirs like Blackshear, Walter George and Seminole may get all the publicity, but this...

Now's the time to shake off that winter lethargy and hit the water for some bass fishing. Once you're out the door, these are the places to target this year. (April 2009)2009 Hotspots For Peach State Bass

2009 Hotspots For Peach State Bass

October 04, 2010

Now's the time to shake off that winter lethargy and hit the water for some bass fishing. Once...

Once upstream of Lake Lanier, you're likely to find the bass fishing on the Chattahoochee River a bit different. Join the author in tackling this moving water.  (March 2009)The Upper 'Hooch's 'Other' Bass

The Upper 'Hooch's 'Other' Bass

Don Baldwin - October 04, 2010

Once upstream of Lake Lanier, you're likely to find the bass fishing on the Chattahoochee...

These twin reservoirs on the Oconee River offer some good winter bass prospects. But the places and patterns on the lakes do differ a bit! (January 2009)Oconee & Sinclair In Winter

Oconee & Sinclair In Winter

October 04, 2010

These twin reservoirs on the Oconee River offer some good winter bass prospects. But the...

Most of us are aware of Hunters For The Hungry -- but have you heard of Fishermen For the Hungry? This South Georgia bass trail is also doing its part to feed the state's needy. (October 2008)Georgia's Sportsmen For The Hungry

Georgia's Sportsmen For The Hungry

October 04, 2010

Most of us are aware of Hunters For The Hungry -- but have you heard of Fishermen For the...

When the temperature's scalding, it's always pleasant to head for the hills. The variety of bassin' options in North Georgia's lakes just adds to the appeal of those uplands in July. (July 2008)A Mountain Potpourri For Summer

A Mountain Potpourri For Summer

Kevin Dallmier - October 04, 2010

When the temperature's scalding, it's always pleasant to head for the hills. The variety of...

The waters of the Coosa River and its feeders offer a wealth of opportunities for hybrid, striped and white bass. Join the author in exploring this river system. (April 2008)Coosa River Linesides

Coosa River Linesides

October 04, 2010

The waters of the Coosa River and its feeders offer a wealth of opportunities for hybrid,...

From Rossville to Waycross and Albany to Hartwell, the Peach State is loaded with great bass waters. Here's a look at some of the best for 2008. (April 2008)Georgia's Top Bass Hotspots

Georgia's Top Bass Hotspots

Don Baldwin - October 04, 2010

From Rossville to Waycross and Albany to Hartwell, the Peach State is loaded with great bass...

Before cabin fever finishes you off, hit the waters of the midstate region -- these three venues in particular -- for some serious bigmouth action.  (February 2007)Middle Georgia February Bassin'

Middle Georgia February Bassin'

Chuck Thompson - October 04, 2010

Before cabin fever finishes you off, hit the waters of the midstate region -- these three...

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