FISHING REPORT: A weekly summary of how fish are biting in Southwest Georgia lakes and the Flint River
Fishing prospects at Lake Seminole and the Flint River are upgraded to good this week; still fair at lakes George and Blackshear.
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I never fish for trout without crickets, at least in a back-up role. I’ll put a live bug on a hand-tied dry fly in a heartbeat. Heck, when I’m really fish hungry I’ll shun flies altogether and fish crickets “nekkid.” I have no shame.
FISHING REPORT: Heavy rain and murky water cloud the forecast
Weekly fihsing reports for Southwest Georgia lakes and the Flint River.
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FISHING REPORT: Lakes Seminole, George and Blackshear and the Flint River
Bass fishing is good in some waterways, while catfish are slow to fair this week.
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There are some things an outdoors guy just ought to have the right to ask questions about.
The best fishing this weekend should be on Lake Seminole
Reports on how they’re biting at Lakes Seminole, George and Blackshear and the Flint River.
Sometimes it’s all about happenstance, simply being in the right place at the right time. That’s just as true when it comes to outdoor life as it is in any other endeavor.
Bass fishing is good at Seminole and George
Weekly reports on how they’re biting at Southwest Georgia lakes and rivers.
With boating and boat ownership comes boat maintenance, a responsibility quite a few of us neglect to one degree or another.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes about the life of outdoorsmen, which many would say is crazy.
Hunters can actually obtain some of their most valuable deer hunting information during the offseason.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay explains medical procedures have come a long way in a short time.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay explains that not much about the wilderness scares him, but when it comes to Valentine’s Day, he’s terrified.
Bobwhite quail populations in Georgia, the Southeast in general, and around the nation have drastically declined over the last 40 years.
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