One important fish is often the last to spawn on area lakes
Nothing is more important to the majority of game fish in Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair than a good shad spawn.
- Lake Oconee Fishing Forecast, April 17, 2014
Spring holidays – take the children and grandchildren fishing
There was a time when most of the school systems celebrated the spring holidays or spring break at the same time but not anymore.
- Lake Oconee Fishing Forecast, April 10, 2014
Good weather creates great angler turnout
Great weather on March 22 influenced 146 two-man teams to fish the Berry’s Team Trail tournament at Lake Sinclair.
Turkey season is in full swing
The spring turkey season in Georgia began this past Saturday and runs through May 15 statewide.
An update on striped and hybrid bass stockings
A five-year study was undertaken in 2005 by the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division (GWRD) on several reservoirs that fed into the Altamaha River.
Good bass populations in area lakes
Georgia anglers are fortunate to have so many types of the black bass species in the state’s waters
Most lake species will spawn in March
Spring arrives March 20, and that usually means that many fish species are now getting ready to spawn in area lakes.
What’s ahead for the Lake Oconee fishery?
The Georgia Wildlife Resources Division (GWRD) that manages the fishery at Lake Oconee has not yet completed their fishery forecast for 2014 but several actions are already planned for the lake’s fishery this year.
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- One important fish is often the last to spawn on area lakes