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Largemouth Bass Fishing in the Fall/Early Winter #19877 08/12/20 11:56 AM
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I’d like to make a trip to GA to bass fish some small private lakes this fall/winter and I’m looking for suggestions on when the best time would be? I live in Ohio and in my experience, with the exception of potentially a short window around pre-spawn and spawn and sometimes a small fall feed window (usually in October) the Largemouth Bass fishing here is best when the water temps are the highest in July. I believe things are likely in different in GA, as the water temps get a lot higher and potentially make the fishing tough in the summer? How’s the fishing typically in the fall/early winter? Any times that are typically better than others? Any time to avoid? They plan will be to fish some small private lakes which may change the equation a bit as deep ledge fishing will not be an option. Any feedback, suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

Re: Largemouth Bass Fishing in the Fall/Early Winter [Re: bacolmm] #19878 08/12/20 10:51 PM
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October and November can be fantastic in Georgia. North Georgia like Lake Lanier, Lake Allatoona and Carters can be a blast for both Largemouth and Spotted bass. South Georgia can be a slugfest right on through the winter for largemouth. So you can pretty much pick your time. When the water temps get back in the mid to low 70s it can awesome especially as the shad start moving back in the creeks and backwaters for another spawn.


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