Guided Fly Fishing in West Georgia

                 FLINT RIVER SHOAL BASS  -  CHATTAHOOCHEE STRIPERS

                     LARGEMOUTH BASS & BREAM LAKES - GAR & CARP

 

 

 Home                Fishing Reports               Locations & Species                 Tackle & Tactics                Fly Box                Guided Trips                More

 

2021

 

 

August

 

Fishing is on! Even better, the water is low and clear & the fish are smashing poppers in the clear skinny water.

Hurricanes have blown us out a couple of times, but the water is back to clear summer-time levels (8/27).

.

From now into October is my favorite time on the Flint. Though spring is often considered "big fish" time, August and September have produced our biggest fish 4 of the last 5 years.

 

May

The Flint has started with a bang this year. Fish size seems to be up, maybe due to size limits or good spawns in recent years. The spider lillies are starting to pop too! Here's some photos from a recent day...

All these fish ate on top, taking a Stealth Bomber!

 

Late Winter/Spring

With a boat in the shop for motor rebuild, I missed the early part of the spring spawning run of the stripers, hybrid, and white bass. But later is better than not at all, and we managed to make up for a slow start with a strong finish with a hot new motor - some fat hybrids, near-record numbers of white bass, and some real fine skipjack.

 

 

Sign up to receive

 email notices of

hot fishing opportunities

 

C o n t a c t    K e n t     at     kent@flyfishga.com     or    7 0 6 - 8 8 1 - 3 2 4 9.