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Opening day of deer season is an event. As the first rays of light climb toward the horizon,7 Late-Season Deer Tactics Walleye

7 Late-Season Deer Tactics

Jay Langston - November 28, 2011

Opening day of deer season is an event. As the first rays of light climb toward the horizon,

The whipping was undeniable. It seemed my fly-rod-wielding buddy was engaged with another troutSpin-Fishing With Flies Other Freshwater

Spin-Fishing With Flies

Jeff Samsel - November 17, 2011

The whipping was undeniable. It seemed my fly-rod-wielding buddy was engaged with another trout

MAN-MADE RESERVOIRS
Man-made impoundments can be classified into two basic types -- highland andThree Ways To Crank Up Fall Bass Fishing Walleye

Three Ways To Crank Up Fall Bass Fishing

Rod Hunter - November 03, 2011

MAN-MADE RESERVOIRS Man-made impoundments can be classified into two basic types -- highland...

Whether hybrid, striped or white bass, lakes Allatoona and Lanier provide some springtime action for these fish. Here's a look at the fisheries and how to take advantage of them. (April 2009)Metro Linesides Other Freshwater

Metro Linesides

January 03, 2011

Whether hybrid, striped or white bass, lakes Allatoona and Lanier provide some springtime...

Georgia's wide range of habitats and mild winters make for some interesting hunting and fishing combinations. Here's a look at three of those for this year.Peach State Doubles For The Winter Bass

Peach State Doubles For The Winter

December 01, 2010

Georgia's wide range of habitats and mild winters make for some interesting hunting and...

This stream in Fannin County provides a microcosm of what Georgia mountain trout angling can offer. From brook trout to lunker rainbows, it has it all! (May 2010)Noontootla Creek, Bottom To Top Other Freshwater

Noontootla Creek, Bottom To Top

October 04, 2010

This stream in Fannin County provides a microcosm of what Georgia mountain trout angling can...

These two mountain reservoirs in the northern part of the state tend to have one thing in common: In spring and summer they offer some outstanding angling for panfish! (May 2010)North Georgia's Big-Water Bream Other Freshwater

North Georgia's Big-Water Bream

October 04, 2010

These two mountain reservoirs in the northern part of the state tend to have one thing in...

Spring is here and with it comes the crappie spawn. Here are the places along the Savannah River to match wits with the bedding papermouths on our eastern border. (April 2010)Slabs On The Savannah Other Freshwater

Slabs On The Savannah

October 04, 2010

Spring is here and with it comes the crappie spawn. Here are the places along the Savannah...

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 Bass

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...

Hunting seasons are now open, drawing a lot of attention away from the water. That leaves many uncrowded options for angling. (October 2009)Peach State Fall Fishing Roundup Other Freshwater

Peach State Fall Fishing Roundup

October 04, 2010

Hunting seasons are now open, drawing a lot of attention away from the water. That leaves many...

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