Just about anyone with a rod and reel can catch the most popular game fish in Georgia – the largemouth bass. In this episode the Georgia Outdoors crew sets out to learn more about who tries to catch bass and who makes sure there are bass out there to catch!
Whether you're young in age or young at heart, if you can wet a line you can try to catch largemouth bass in Georgia for fun and recreation. We'll journey to the Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center and join DNR biologist and father Scott Robinson give some fishing pointers to his son Kyle and Kyle's friend Cale.
Next, we'll get some background on what it takes to maintain the largemouth fishery in our state. Scott will explain some of the field management techniques biologists use to maintain a healthy population of largemouth bass.
And finally, there are anglers from all walks of life that need that extra shot of adrenaline that comes from tournament fishing. Tournament fishing is attractive to many different people. The Georgia Outdoors crew will visit with some anglers that have taken their passion from the recreational level to the professional level. We'll even some learn some tips that can make us all better anglers.