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Black Shoals Crappie

Tim Guthrie, of Lithonia, never guessed that when his turn at fishing fame came around, it would be a result of catching crappie. Having been a serious bass fisherman for 30 years, and a crappie fishermen for a little more than one, Tim doesn’t quite fit in with your average crappie fanatic found on Georgia…

Fishing Brooks Lake In Rockdale County

Sometimes it’s hard to see the forest for the trees. With all the praise and positive publicity that’s been given to Rockdale County’s 650-acre Black Shoals reservoir, many anglers have overlooked the better-than-average chance to get your arm broke just a few miles west at Brooks Lake. It’s public, it’s cheap, it’s very accessible, and…

March To Lake Varner For Springtime Crappie

Two rods bent over on the front of the boat as we slowly drifted across Lake Varner on a recent breezy afternoon in February. Dennis Young, my partner and guide for the afternoon, grabbed both rods and sat on one as he reeled in the first fish, dropped it in the boat, then quickly  brought…

Lake Varner Spring Crappie

front of the boat as we slowly drifted across Lake Varner on a recent breezy afternoon in February. Dennis Young, my partner and guide for the afternoon, grabbed both rods and sat on one as he reeled in the first fish, dropped it in the boat, then quickly brought in another eating-size crappie on the…

Rocky Mountain PFA Managed For Bass

Small lakes offer big opportunities. That axiom holds true in a couple of ways. Look at the Georgia Biggest Bass List in last month’s GON, and you will see that small lakes are well represented on that list, making up more than 50 percent of the entries. Small lakes can produce huge bass. So why…