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Fishing Reports

Lake Blackshear Fishing Report – March 2024

Blackshear: Level: 0.2 below 237. Temp: 59 degrees. Clarity: Still very muddy on the main lake and stained off the main lake. Bass: Tournament angler Chris Gray reports, “March is the best month of the year to catch a big bass on Blackshear. This month, as the lake stabilizes and continues to warm up, big female…

Bartletts Ferry Fishing Report – March 2024

Bartletts Ferry: Level: 1 foot below 521. Temp: High 50s to low 60s. Clarity: Stained. Bass: Tournament angler Tyler Morgan with Summerlin Outdoors reports that fish are wanting to spawn, and many will be on the bed by the full moon on March 25.  Stained water warms fast, so look for a big push of…

West Point Lake Fishing Report – March 2024

West Point: Level: 5.5 feet below 635. Temp: Upper 50s to low 60s. Clarity: Slightly  stained and pulled back down about 4 to 5 feet. Bass: Guide Keith Hudson reports, “Good. Big changes are in store as we move into March. Warming weather and a stained lake should move many of the largemouth shallow quickly, especially…

Lake Sinclair Fishing Report – March 2024

Sinclair: Level: 1.3 feet below 340. Temp: 58-60 degrees. Clarity: Most of the lake is stained to muddy. Bass: Karl Pingry reports, “Big Ed at Lakeside Chevron reports that a recent tournament took 21 pounds and was won in Rocky Creek fishing chartreuse-and-white spinnerbaits in 2 feet of muddy water. The last ABA tournament was…

Lake Seminole Fishing Report – March 2024

Seminole: Level: Full at 77.5. Temp: Low 60s. Clarity: Stained to clearing. Bass: Capt. Paul Tyre reports, “The bass fishing on Lake Seminole has been very productive through the month of February. As we move into March, it’s one of my favorite months to catch some of the biggest bass that Lake Seminole has to…

Clarks Hill Lake Fishing Report – March 2024

Clarks Hill: Level: 2.5 feet below 330. Temp: Mid to upper 50s. Clarity: The creeks are stained, but the main lake is clear. Bass: Jon Hair with Greenfish Tackle reports that early in the month some fish will still be deep. Find them in 30 to 40 feet of water with forward-facing sonar, and they…

Satilla River Fishing Report – March 2024

Satilla River Bass: Craig James reports, “For the first time in months, the Satilla is beginning to set up right for some awesome spring fishing. Providing we don’t get hammered with any major storm systems, the river should continue to fall out, and by the middle to end of March conditions should be perfect around…

Georgia Saltwater Fishing Report – March 2024

Saltwater: Inshore: Capt. David Newlin reports, “February has been a really good month of fish catching. The weather has been a real roller coaster ride. The water temps have gone up and down all month. This morning (Feb. 22) it is reading 55 degrees. Three days ago it was reading 51 at 7 a.m. Hopefully…

Lake Eufaula Fishing Report – March 2024

Eufaula: Level: 0.5 feet above 188. Temp: 59 degrees. Clarity: Muddy. Bass: Capt. Sam Williams, of Hawks Fishing Guide Service, “The winter rains, storms and high winds have made the river extremely muddy. The fish are scattered. The bass that are being caught are coming on noisy baits like bladed jigs, spinnerbaits and buzzbaits and crankbaits…

Lake Russell Fishing Report – March 2024

Russell: Level: 1.8 below 475. Temp: 52-55 degrees. Clarity: Clear on the main lake and stained in the creeks. Bass: Tournament angler Kerry Partain reports, “Most of the fish are in main-lake pockets and ditches toward the mouth of the creeks feeding up on baitfish. With the warmer days, the fish should move shallow in…

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