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Old 07-11-10, 09:42 PM   #1
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Default Two Georgia Rivers

Hey Guys - Been a while since I posted anything on here. Thought I'd share a few pictures of my recent kayak fishing trips on two different Georgia rivers. These are from the Ocmulgee River.

My biggest Shoal Bass in quite a while... a 3-15 beauty. Hit a Chartruse/White Buzzbait. Caught quite a few Spots with the Buzzbait too.

Here's a nice river Spot. These guys really hit hard. They hit buzzbaits and Junebug worms all day.


Some scenery of the "OC"...


3 lbs. Largemouth.


These pictures are from an overnight camping trip on the Flint River. We celebrated my friend's son's 16th birthday doing what we all love to do.






















I love kayak fishing... can't wait to go again!
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Old 07-11-10, 10:32 PM   #2
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Was that the lower flint?
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Old 07-11-10, 11:42 PM   #3
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Nice shoal bass,love spots myself,pretty water some of it,and shurely a trip to remember.
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Nice yaks.. especially the USS Hobie Aircraft Carrier... i been wanting to yak fish for bass for a long time... its too bad a good yak is way out of my budget...

Freakin sweet lookin Bucketmouth on that first photo...
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Fantastic pictures! Gorgeous scenery and fish go great together. Thanks for the post.
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Was that the lower flint?
Yep. From just below the Lake Blackshear Dam at Warwick to Hwy 36 bridge. About 15 miles. Its an all day float.
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Here are a couple more photos.



It was so hot that day... I spent a good bit of my time under the shade trees. Good thing the fish had the same idea....
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