As of Saturday, March 9, 2013
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Lake Seminole — Bass fishing is improving. Fish are moving shallow and preparing to spawn. Fish shallow pockets off the Flint River for the best results. Floating worms, lizards, and tube lures are good bait choices. Crappies are shallowing up and have been moderately active. Live minnows have been the recommended bait choice. Bream remain slow for now. (Fair)
Lake Walter F. George — Bass fishing is good. Fish have begun moving into shallow water. Shallow pockets near the causeway are good spots to fish. Craws, lizards, jigs, jerkbaits, and shallow crankbaits are recommended bait offerings. Crappies have improved a bit and Individual fish sizes are good. Use live minnows. Catfish are fair to good on lake flats and in deeper creek areas. (Fair)
Lake Blackshear — Crappies are now moving into the creeks and are in pre-spawn condition. Largemouth bass are biting on the ledges, on points, and near creek mouths. A consistent warm-up should soon put them into shallow water around docks and trees. Catfish can be good at night, particularly near docks. A few bream are reported. (Fair)
Flint River — No report. Water level and lack of clarity continue to negatively impact fish behavior.