Ice Fishing in Georgia

Discussion in 'LOCAL GEORGIA TALK' started by Fishmaster1203, Jan 11, 2010.

  1. Fishmaster1203

    Fishmaster1203 New Member

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    The upper parts of the major creeks on West Point Lake are now frozen. In twenty years, I've never seen this much of the lake freeze over. Looks like a lot of shad will die. The fish should be good and hungry come spring. LOL
     
  2. JEFFRODAMIS

    JEFFRODAMIS New Member

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    yay aids fish!!
     

  3. festus

    festus New Member

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    This new format is cutting off a lot of posts. Is anyone else having this problem? Look at my attachment of Slime's post. I hope it is big enough for y'all to see what I'm talking about. It shouldn't be my computer, it isn't a year old yet.
     
  4. festus

    festus New Member

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    OK, Slime's post finally came back in whole. Yep, I know a couple who moved to Georgia after they graduated college. Recently they moved back, but still have children down there. They say the weather has actually been colder down there than it has up here in TN. They're talking below Atlanta, which is over 4 hours south of there.
     
  5. Fishmaster1203

    Fishmaster1203 New Member

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    I'm not talking about a little ice around the edges. The whole creek is froze over, as far as you can see! Like 1000 yards or more. :freaked-out:
     
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  6. bugg

    bugg Active Member

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    We only had two really cold nights last winter in south east Georgia... (60 miles from Fl line) We've had two weeks this year of very very cold nights.... Must be the warming... Hea:wink:
     

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  7. brian73

    brian73 New Member

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    I noticed ice on the Flint River here today. I can't ever remember seeing that.

    Brian