Ocmulgee River

Dodge - Georgia

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A section of the Ocmulgee River in Dodge County, Georgia.

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Ocmulgee River Fishing Reports

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  1. Details: Shoal Bass

    Slightly overcast with a few breaks in between clouds. Slightly cool water but the fish were turned on. Caught 25+ and missed several good fish. Caught a nice 2 ...more lb but the pic turned out bad.

    1. jurssica 0
      Beautiful fish! Thanks for sharing
  2. Details: Spotted Bass

    Went out to kill a few hrs on the river. It was high and murky with all the rain from the north in the past two weeks so the fish were held up on the bank for the ...more most part. Missed a couple but this guy slammed it when the bait hit the edge of the water.

  3. Details: Shoal Bass

    Got on the water early this morning. Had a slow day mostly. A cold snap hit last night and I think it did something to the fish but managed to get 10. This one was ...more the biggest at about 1lb or so.

    1. Tanner Blair 0
      Cool👍 thanks 4 the info
    2. John478 0
    3. John478 0
      I think the world record is 8 lbs. It grows about the same as a smallmouth
    4. Tanner Blair 0
      @John478 how big can they get?
    5. John478 0
      @Mason_Cizek is right they are a Georgia native and are only here and a small part of Alabama and Florida. They are a species of smallmouth, @bassfishing123 @Ghost0921
    6. Mason Cizek 0
      Its a shoal bass. Very similar to smallmouth but the markings are slightly different. Im pretty sure they are only native to georgia. @bassfishing123 @Ghost0921
    7. Wyatt Prappas 0
      yeah thats a smallmouth nice tho
    8. bassfishing123 0
      Nice smallmouth.
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  4. Details: Chain Pickerel with a Rooster tail

    Stepped off from work for a few mins to throw the rod and caught this guy while one coworker caught a shoal bass at about the same time.

    1. John478 0
      @northernfishing brown water snake
    2. John478 0
      Brown water snake
    3. northernfishing 0
      What kind is that
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  5. Brown water snake that I could pass up on playing with for a few mins

    1. allenruf 0
      Nice fat snake
    2. John478 0
      @FISH_FEST thanks. Yea he was fat. When I saw him I thought he might be longer
    3. KingofCats 0
      Looks like a brown water snake, they love to eat baby catfish
    4. Collin Collin 0
      Nice. He's a big one too
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  6. Details: Largemouth Bass with a watermelon seed

    Had a good time

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