Georgia Department of Natural Resources: Labor Day Weekend Fishing Report

Enjoy the Labor Day Weekend and Go Fish Georgia

Although the weather will be warm, there are still some great fishing opportunities available across the state, especially if you avoid the midday heat. In north Georgia, the rivers are low and clear and the fish are looking up. Plenty of great chances at river bass and bream!

There were great reports coming from the coast this week, as saltwater seems to be fishing great. Whether fishing for flounder from the St. Simons Pier, sheepshead under a bridge, trout at Crooked River, or tarpon at the St. Marys Jetties, you should have success.

The Altamaha River and local ponds are your best bets in freshwater for southeast Georgia. Bluegill and catfishing should be great options on the big river. In ponds, fish early and late for bluegills, catfish or bass.

Check out this week’s Georgia Fishing Reports on our blog, and Go Fish Georgia this Labor Day weekend!

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