In last week’s article, I discussed the materials that can be used in building fish attractors, and this week I will discuss some locations you might want to consider when placing the attractors in the water.
Lake Sinclair’s 14,750 acres and Lake Oconee’s 19,050 acres are owned and operated by Georgia Power. Both lakes offer good fishing throughout the year, and the fall and winter seasons are exceptional times to be on the water.
On Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020, the Lake Oconee Academy (LOA) boys and girls varsity cross country team traveled to Carrollton High School to compete in the Georgia High School Association (GHSA) 1A-Public State Championships.
The 2020-2021 firearms season for deer begins today, and I thought about writing this article about deer hunting but I decided to look at the secrets of fall fishing since it could end well before deer season ends.
The 2020-2021 dove season begins on Saturday, Sept. 5, and if you have a dove field where you can hunt doves, I believe you can do it safely without social distancing or wearing a mask.
Reynolds Lake Oconee is pleased to announce that Eatonton local and Sandy Creek Sporting Grounds Chief Instructor Jasper Copelan was named the State Champion of the 2020 Georgia State Sporting Clays Championship on Sunday, June 21 at the Meadows Gun Club in Forsyth, Ga.
In my series of articles about the movement of lake species after they spawn, this week I am looking at the catfish species that populates both Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair. I will also look at techniques for catching these gamefish that are the largest fish in the two lakes.
Continuing a series about where the various fish go after the spawn and when the weather warms up, this week we will look at the crappie in Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair.
A Berry’s Trail Tournament was held on Lake Sinclair with special COVID-19 rules that required social distancing at the launch ramp and during the weigh-in at the Dennis Station facility on Dennis Station Road. Contestants were told violations of any of the special rules would result in disq…
Lake Sinclair and Lake Oconee have two types of shad in the lakes. The first type is the threadfin, which can grow to 6 to 9 inches but usually only measure 2 to 4 inches. They are often referred to as yellowtails due to the color of their tails.
The Men’s Golf Association winter season came to an end on Feb. 29. The season is referred to as the Mudders Cup, and if you played golf from December through February you know why the name applies.
The water temperature has finally dropped into the low 50s, and if the weather forecasts are accurate, we will have colder weather staying around for several more weeks and the water temperature will likely drop into the mid-40s.
The Lake Oconee Tennis Association’s (LOTA) 10th annual Open Doubles Tournament featured 88 players from Milledgeville to Madison and Greensboro to Cumming.
College football fans and pigskin prognosticators — it’s time once again for The Union-Recorder & Lake Oconee Breeze Pigskin Pick’em Contest.
As I mentioned in last week’s article, crappie will stack up in underwater trees, stumps and brush piles beginning in mid-June and will stay in those trees until late October or until a significant drop in water temperature occurs.
Hybrid bass and striped bass were again stocked in Lake Oconee and Lake Sinclair over the last few weeks by the Georgia Wildlife Resources Division (GWRD).
- Greene Co. Chamber welcomes Franks Chiropractic to downtown Greensboro
- Greene Co. Chamber announces April Employee of the Month
- Sunday at the Museum Lecture series relaunches
- Greene County Chamber of Commerce announces March Business and Employee of the Month
- Balicki named Reynolds Properties Salesperson of the Month
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