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Old 05-09-2009, 09:23 AM
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hi everyone,
i only know of one good bluegill spot in georgia and that is sloppy floyd state park. any others?
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James,

Where are you at? Crystal Lake outside of Fayetteville has huge bluegill and nice bass too.

I lived in Newnan for two years.

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Callaway Gardens. It ain't cheap but it don't get much better!
They have deals on guided trips if you attend the S/E FFF council conclave at the end of May.
Besides good bluegill fishing, there are plenty of classes to hone your skills!
Link to the event: Southeastern Council - Federation of Fly Fishers
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Default Re: bluegill in georgia

i live in bartow county and fish at sloppy floyd,stamp creek,and pocket lakes around the area.
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South Georgia holds a lot of public water--lakes, ponds, and rivers that produce monster bluegill, crappie, and bass. I have caught all three specie on flies.
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Lake Burton in the summer months produces alot of very nice sized bluegill, Moccasin Creek has alot of them on the lower section before it dumps into the Lake! We hooked alot of them on a size# 16 Parachute Adams or BWO's will work as well! Tight Line!
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paradise lake Villa Rica smaller in size but active
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