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since my slip cork rig seemed to spark some new ideas for myself and others, i'll share my method of live bait fishing witha fly rod. this may be more common in other parts of the country than my…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Tomas Daniel Jan 4, 2012.
last spring i tried some of the fluorocarbon line on the market because of a few articles i'd read. while i did seem to catch more fish with it, it broke way too easy and tangled extremely bad. i…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by dick tabbert Dec 23, 2011.
i'm wondering if my favorite way to catch panfish in still water is used by any of you guys. its a fairly simple rig, a normal cigar float with a metal collar on each end. the collar keeps the line…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Tomas Daniel Dec 22, 2011.
just wondering if anyone else uses catalpa worms for bluegills. springtime in mid ga they are verry available and offen turn an average day on the water outstanding. we even freeze them for use later…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by dick tabbert Dec 19, 2011.
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Rest assured I'll provide feedback in the event I get to fish there this Spring.....If it's like the Carolinas, things will be slow until roughly Good Friday pending some unexpected warm weather......I'm getting some other leads about Fort Gordon lakes and the Savannah River so everything I do shows up here on my page.....It's been a fun site since I discovered it about a year ago.....Merry Christmas and Happy New Years to you and your family....Thanks again....
That would be appreciated....my three grandchildren are there and we have really started getting them excited about bluegill fishing this year and I just want to keep them on the water.....I have a Bluegill addiction and it's even greater when I get my grand kids out there with me...Lots of cool photos you added.....things are a bit slower with it being December but that just means Spring is on the way!
Welcome aboard Tomas. Enjoy our site and use it well. There is lots that goes on here all we have to do is look. Look at the blogs and forums and enjoy I know there is lots to be learned here all we have to do is use it. You are now part of an interesting bunch of people who have a common goal we all love to fish and fish is what we do when the opportunity arises . When we do go out and fish we are learning and when we learn hopefully we pass on that bit of knowledge that we learned to other people. There is tons of information for us to fine tune our skills. In the same token don't be afraid to share information yourself it may be something we can use ourselves to help us in our fishing endeavors. Then in the same token if you have a question don't be afraid to ask. Almost everybody here will answer your question if he or she knows the answer and it may be that something someone else wants to hear the answer to but hasn't asked yet there is no questions to dumb. There is also photo's and even some videos and we have a chat line which really in my opinion is not used much at all, so don't be afraid to explore there is load information here all learned by sharing and caring people. I know you will enjoy the site because I know you like to fish or you wouldn't have be here now. Where else can you learn and have so much fun doing so. Have fun enjoy the site and GOOD FISHIN..
Welcome Tomas, my daughter just moved to Grovetown, Georgia so I'm looking forward to seeing what's around the Augusta area for Bluegill fishing....I know Georgia is a great fishery I've just never got a chance to take advantage of it........Great site with lots of good data about Bluegill...