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Old 11-06-2017, 12:28 PM
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Carters Lake hybrid striped bass stocking and big largemouth at Lake Chatuge. Check out the latest GA WRD news here:

https://georgiawildlife.wordpress.co...vember-3-2017/

Scroll down to the North Georgia report.

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Thank you Jim, I enjoy reading these each Friday.
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Good info. Thanks for the heads up.
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I saw a picture recently of a smallmouth from Lake Chatuge.

Is there plans to stock smallmouth there?
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I saw a picture recently of a smallmouth from Lake Chatuge.

Is there plans to stock smallmouth there?
It wouldn't do any good with all the spots. Chatuge used to be an excellent smallmouth lake until someone dumped the spots in there. Now, they're just about gone. The spots will breed them out of existence.
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