Walter F George Reservoir Fishing Report near Fort Gaines, Georgia
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We had a fine day of largemouth fishing at Walter F. George...
by Tight Lines
on January 26th
We had a fine day of largemouth fishing at Walter F. George lake this past weekend. The bass were hitting our swim baits hard and often. We put in at the main boat launch north of Fort Gaines, and west of Hwy 39. It's a busy launch, get there early or expect to wait in line. There's so much water to explore, and we'll be back to do it.
Fishing Lake Eufaula
by Bo Johnson
on May 21st
The bass population has stabilized at Lake Eufaula. You will only find smaller bass shallow and larger bass will be found deeper on ledges and rock beds. Carnkbaits that dive 18-22ft work great here during high temps. Fish them over humps or off of ledges. Good luck!
Species Caught: Largemouth Bass
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