Ocmulgee River

Discussion in 'GEORGIA RIVERS TALK' started by Catnewb101, Sep 23, 2005.

  1. Catnewb101

    Catnewb101 New Member

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    Im wonderin if this is a good river. Its like a creek and is very clean, so i saw.
     
  2. Gator

    Gator New Member

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    It is a good river but never heard of any real big cats comming from it.
     

  3. Catnewb101

    Catnewb101 New Member

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    Its a creek, which i hope its good, but i wanna no if there are any other fish instead of catfish.
     
  4. Bryan Roseberry

    Bryan Roseberry New Member

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    I heard that just below the Jackson Lake dam that they wear out Shellcrackers with a poppin cork and a chartreuse poppin lure( I forget the name of it)
     
  5. ocmulgee catfisher

    ocmulgee catfisher New Member

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    The Ocmulgee is a nice little river with very swift water. It has some nice cats in the 20 - 30 pound range with a few in the 40 - 50 range but they are few and far between. If you can find the right holes you can fill a cooler with 10 pound or below whiskers.
     
  6. Catnewb101

    Catnewb101 New Member

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    well well well, An Ocmulgee fan. It did look like a nice river from the bridge. How deep is it and do you know where i can catch these fish? Parks, Bridges, etc.
     
  7. r ward

    r ward New Member

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    Where are you going in from I have fished the Ocmulgee aroun Houston co. from the banks and had very little luck let me know how you do :cool:
     
  8. Catnewb101

    Catnewb101 New Member

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    I dont live there anymore but more house is rite next to the chattahooche! :D