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Lake Mayer

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      Lake Mayer is located in Savannah, Georgia. Fish species include bream, panfish, catfish, largemouth Bass, and smallmouth Bass. Lake Mayer is well know for its fishing. Many largemouth bass in the 6 -11 pound range have been caught from this lake. Best bass fishing is early mornings or late evenings.

Panfish of all types including bluegill and red breast sunfish are abundant, and can be caught easily with any live bait, however it seems that worms such as red wigglers, nightcrawlers and crickets are most effective.

The lake offers an accessable fishing dock and is open from sunrise to sunset daily.
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Lake Mayer - Each detailed map provides depth, contours, structure, boat ramps, and updated fishing information. Lake Mayer fishing maps also include lake info such as gamefish abundance, forage base, water clarity, weedline depth, bottom composition, complete latitude/longitude grid lines and dozens of GPS waypoints & coordinates.
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Baab: Cold, windy weather is not for this angler
The Augusta Chronicle
(706) 831-8756 --- Last Friday, Danny Sheehan and I went to the Wildwood Park area and caught six bass. All came a chartreuse and white spinnerbait. We tried lots of other ... Amazingly, fish still have to eat. Fishing remains pretty good. The stripers ...


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The House That Built Cam
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It exasperated them. They feared he would develop an underbite. Then, one day when he happened to be especially frustrated by Cam's thumbsucking, Cecil went fishing with the oldest of his three sons, Cecil, Jr., and caught an eight-pound largemouth bass.


Lincolnton teen hits limit in league fishing tournament
The Augusta Chronicle
Giella (pronounced gee-ella), a junior at Augusta Christian Schools, caught a five-fish limit weighing 9 pounds, 11 ounces. Odell's limit weighed 10 pounds, 6 ounces and earned $2,136. Giella won $1,068. Giella is fishing in the Savannah River Division ...


Savannah Morning News

FISHING FORECAST: Sheepshead at the top of catch list
Savannah Morning News
And while red drum and trout still are on the list of inshore catches, traffic to the offshore reefs and live bottom areas when weather permits also is drawing a lot of attention as the sheepshead gang up at the structures and black sea bass along with ...


Savannah Morning News

Prospects excellent for fishng action on the Ogeechee
Savannah Morning News
With February 2016 about to make its debut, it won't be long before the Ogeechee, Savannah, Altamaha and all the major river systems along with their smaller feeders such as the Canoochee, Ohoopee, Briar Creek and others will be in the fishing limelight.


Baab: CSRA Bassmasters to reach 45th anniversary in early 2017
The Augusta Chronicle
It was the Augusta area's first club following organization in 1967 of the Bass Anglers Sportsman Society in Montgomery, Ala., by insurance salesman Ray Scott. He encouraged formation of local bass clubs whose ... P.O. Box 30771, Savannah, Ga. 31410 ...

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