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Fishing Reports

Lake Blue Ridge Fishing Report – April 2024

Blue Ridge: Level: 9.2 feet low 1686. Temp: 57-64 degrees. Clarity: From clear to stained. Bass: Eric Welch, of Welch’s Guide Service, reports, “Fishing has been good. Water temps are coming up, along with the water level, and the spawn is just around the corner. This time of year, I will normally start my mornings out…

Lake Blackshear Fishing Report – April 2024

Blackshear: Level: Full pool at 237. Temp: 63-65 degrees. Clarity: Muddy. Bass: Tournament angler Chris Gray reports, “Bass fishing has been really good lately, with most of the fish still in the prespawn phase. I expect the spawn to kick off somewhere around March 25 down around Spring Creek and will continue throughout the month of…

Lake Sinclair Fishing Reports – April 2024

Sinclair: Level: 1.1 feet below 340. Temp: 62-64 degrees. Clarity: Up the creeks and rivers the water is stained to muddy. It’s a little clearer near the dam. Bass: Karl Pingry reports, “Big Ed at Lakeside Chevron reports that the ABA tournament took 20 pounds to win. The winning baits were black frogs and black…

Lake Seminole Fishing Report – April 2024

Seminole: Level: 0.3 feet above 77.5. Temp: 69-71 degrees. Clarity: The Flint and Chattahoochee rivers are muddy. Spring Creek is stained. Bass: Guide Paul Tyre, with Lake Seminole Fishing Adventures, reports, “The bass fishing on Lake Seminole has been great this March, despite the flooding of the Chattahoochee and Flint river arms of the lake. Spinnerbaits…

Oconee & Sinclair Crappie Fishing Report – March 26, 2024

Tom Hamlin reports, “We are just a few warm days away before crappie heading to the shallows. At Sinclair, fish bright-colored jigs under popping cork about  2 1/2 feet deep. Target the backs of coves. Use a float that will stand up if your 1/32-oz. jig is off bottom. That’s the clue! If your cork…

Lake Hartwell Fishing Report – April 2024

Hartwell: Level: 1.1 feet above 661. Temp: 58-65 degrees. Clarity: The main lake and bigger creeks are clear, but there is some stain in coves and smaller creeks. Bass: Trent Gober, with Fish Hartwell Guide Service, reports that bass are moving up the hill, headed to spawning areas. Some largemouth spawned in March, but many…

Bartletts Ferry Fishing Report – April 2024

Bartletts Ferry: Level: 0.4 feet below 521. Temp: Low to mid 70s. Clarity: The river and Halawakee Creek are stained to muddy. The lower lake and some coves are clear. Bass: Tournament angler Tyler Morgan with Summerlin Outdoors reports that Tyler and Adam Byrd won the first Tuesday night, three-hour tournament on March 19 with five…

West Point Lake Catfishing Report – March 26, 2024

T.R. Clark, with YouTube’s Fishing With TR, said the catfish bite was steady this past weekend and should stay strong through the month of April. April is one of the better months of the year to catch trophy-class cats as these fish feed up ahead of their spawn. April has produced one of the former…

Lake Oconee Bass Fishing Report – March 19, 2024

Lake Oconee Bass Fishing Report: Lake Level – Full pool. Clarity – Heavy stain. Surface Temperature – 61–66 degrees. Bass seem to be staging for the spawn. Michael Bennett has won small local tournaments the last two weekends on the same pattern—squarebill crankbaits in less than 4 feet of water. Numbers have been great, but Michael…

West Point Crappie Fishing Report – March 18, 2024

Crappie: Guide Payton Caldwell reports, “The water is muddy, 59-62 degrees and 2 feet low. This combination has crappie all over the place. You can catch them in 25 feet all the way up to 3 and 4 feet. Live minnows work great as always, and a dark-blue tube jig or a blue-and-black curly tail…

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