Tips and Tactics
Creekstalking 101- NEW!!- How to go
about discovering your own "secret" places to fish!
Native Watercraft Ultimate 12-
GRF takes a weekend to see what all the fuss is about.
Shoal Bass- An informative
interview with one of GRF's best fishermen. Read and learn.
The Truth About Rivers,
Kayaks, and Bass- A mystery
author discovers the differences between the river and the lake!
The Beginnings of a Kayak
Flyfisherman- Interested in
kayaks and/or fly fishing? Yakfisher gives a primer on the basics of
High, Cold, and Muddy- How
to deal with river bass when Mother Nature is out to get you.
Fishing?- Not sold on this river fishing thing yet? All the
advantages of river angling on one sheet of cyber-paper! You may sell your bass
boat after reading this!
in Current- Fishing moving water can be a little frustrating until
you get the hang of it. This article will help lessen the learning curve a bit
for beginners and might even be beneficial for seasoned river rats!
Planning a Float
Trip- There is a lot more to floating a river than you might
realize. This article discusses the ins and outs of planning a river float and
the information you need before you go!
Owns This River?- Our most frequent question. Here is what
Georgia law says about floating or wading along a privately owned stretch of
water and some common sense guidelines on coexisting with landowners.
GRF's Top Ten River Lures-
This is an ongoing series of articles on what I feel are the ten lures that
should be in every river angler's tackle box.
Folks who flyfish for bass and bream won't be caught without a fake
hopper. Here's a tying recipe and some fishing tips!
Guide to White Bass Runs- Every spring these little battlers make
their way up Georgia's rivers and streams to make babies. Here are a few places
and tactics to try out!
Lost Art of Wading- In many instances, wading is the best way to catch
fish. Sometimes, wading is the only way to catch fish. Here are some tips that
can help you become a better wade fisherman.
Largemouths- Moving-water largemouths may as well be a different
species from their lake-bound brethren. Get the lowdown on how to catch
bucketmouths in Georgia during all seasons.
Panfishing Georgia's Rivers-
Want a mess of bream for dinner? Georgia River Fishing's guide to what,
when, where, and how to fill the cooler or just plain have some fun!
Catching Those Other River Bass-
In Georgia, we are blessed with SIX different species of black bass! Georgia
River Fishing provides a primer on Georgia's lesser known bass species.
Canoe Camping- Want to explore wild places, fish virgin water, and camp beneath the stars? What
if you could do these things less than an hour from home? Here's how!
a River Craft- This article provides a few suggestions and things to
think about before you make that purchase. Whatever you end up buying, it won't
set you back as much as your neighbor's bass boat!
Boat? No Problem!- Don't let not having a boat stop you from going
fishing. Here are a few tips and destinations for bank fishing, wading, or even
renting a canoe.
Where to Use that Flyrod?-
For some of us, it's a long way to that favorite trout stream. Here are a few
ideas for places and species that will help you scratch that itch.