The message was mixed at the scales – some fisherman were visibly frustrated with the slow bite on Lake Seminole Thursday and others were trying to hide their excitement. Several anglers secured the five fish limit while many weighed in just a few. Braxton Setzer captured first place on day one with a limit that weighed in at 25 pounds and 15 ounces, with several anglers close behind. Thursday’s average bag held 3 fish and weighed around 10 pounds. Below are a few photos from Day 1 of the FLW Tournament on Lake Seminole.
Episode 12 of the Great Outdoors Radio Show is a little different – a “short form” version that features some interesting tidbits and topics: The proposed 2019-2020 Deer Season dates in Georgia The possibility of […]
The theme of The Great Outdoors Radio Show is pretty simple: We like to hunt and fish and everyone likes a good hunting or fishing story. So, instead of having these conversations around a tailgate, […]