Whether you are fishing in one of the over 4,000 trout streams or casting your line into one of the state reservoirs for a largemouth bass, fishing in Georgia is an exciting experience because of the angling diversity it offers. You can find the Georgia fishing and boating resources you need here. Get your fish license online, read local fishing reports and register your boat.
Georgia offers great fishing opportunities for all anglers with more than 4,000 miles of trout streams and more than 12,000 miles of warm water streams and rivers in the state. One of the most visited places for fishing is the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. The most common fish species found in the impoundments and canals in this place are bluegill, crappie and blue catfish.
There are a variety of fishing techniques that you can practice in Georgia. The most common types of fishing for beginning anglers and seasoned veterans include lake fishing, pond fishing, streams & rivers fishing and deep-sea fishing.
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