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Lake Lanier Fishing Report: Bass fishing slow but yielding quality fish

Lake Lanier’s current level is 1,069.98 feet, or 1.02 feet below the normal level 1,071 feet. Water temperatures have averaged around 49 degrees. The main lake water is clear. The creeks and rivers are slightly stained. There may be some muddy areas where rain inflow occurs, but the water clarity is decent everywhere. The lower Chattahoochee River is clear to slightly stained. Check generation schedules before heading out to the river by calling 770-945-1466. Bass […]

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4 Winter Bass Fishing Techniques for Co-Anglers

Winter bass fishing is tough enough. The fish aren’t very active, it’s nasty outside and it’s pretty dang tough to get bites most of the time. It’s even tougher, however, when you’re on the back deck of your buddy’s boat. They’re getting the first shot at all of the good-looking cover and you’re just kind of stuck back there waiting for your turn. You can use this to your advantage, however. With lots of the […]

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Bass fishing slows to a crawl at Clear Lake

Not only are fishermen required to purchase a 2021 fishing license for the new year, but if they own a boat and live in Lake County they also must purchase a 2021 quagga mussel sticker, which is $20. A boat first has to be screened. If it passes the screening, the owner is required to purchase the sticker. If the boats fails the screening, it has to be inspected by a Lake County quagga mussel […]

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Learn about white bass fishing during MDC virtual program

Fishing for white bass — particularly during the spring spawning run — is an activity that’s special to many Missouri anglers. People can learn more about how to hook this popular fish at a Missouri Department of Conservation free virtual program “Naturalist Notes Virtual Series: White Bass.” This online program will be from 10-10:30 a.m. Jan. 12 and is being put on by the staff of MDC’s Springfield Conservation Nature Center. This program is designed […]

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Changes coming to the black bass fishing regulations

The State Department of Environmental Conservation is proposing changes to black bass fishing regulations that will affect both smallmouth and largemouth bass. There are an estimated 500,000 bass anglers in New York state. Black bass are the most popular and sought-after freshwater game fish in the country; the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service estimates there are 9.6 million bass anglers in the country. To read the entire article, please click on https://www.poughkeepsiejournal.com/story/sports/recreational/2020/11/25/plans-overhaul-black-bass-fishing-regulations-coming/6415657002/

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Freshwater fishing: Bass seem to be fired up by the chill

Around Lakeland, at Saddle Creek, the bass are moving shallow and a few anglers had good catches from the bank this week. Decent numbers of specks have been caught on small minnows, and the catfish bite is good on chicken liver. Around town, lakes Hollingsworth and Parker had the best speck bite, reports Phillips Bait and Tackle (863-666-2248). At Auburndale, Lake Juliana is producing specks on minnows as well as orange and chartreuse color combo jigs. […]

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