The Chattahoochee River is one of Georgia’s finest fly fishing destinations. Among other, you can catch several wild and stocked trout species, as well as the state’s native shoal bass.
While the average size of tarpon is between 30 and 60 inches and 30 and 70 pounds, this species can reach an astonishing maximum size of about 8 feet and 350 pounds. Male tarpon are generally smaller than females and rarely exceed weights of 100 pounds.
If you’re unfamiliar with these bass grounds and don’t know the best hot spots for Florida bass, heading out with a local fishing guide can be an excellent idea.
But despite its immense popularity, Lake of the Woods only has a few really good fishing reports, which many anglers rely on before heading out to fish this fantastic lake. So I decided to write this comprehensive guide on the best Lake of the Woods fishing reports.
Alaska is home to all five Pacific salmon types: king, coho, chum, pink, and sockeye. While pink salmon are the most abundant Alaskan salmon species, Alaskan king salmon are the least abundant of the five.
With so many fishing opportunities, finding the right information for your next (or first) Oregon steelhead adventure can be a pretty tricky task, which is why I wrote up this complete angler’s guide.