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  • Vogel's Lake Trahlyta Fishing Well

    I know everyone is dialed in on the DH streams right now, but don't forget about Lake Trahlyta at Vogel State Park. They must have dumped a good number of trout in there as it was fishing great today. And the park is absolutely beautiful with the fall foilage hitting peak color.





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    Great pics! Gorgeous scenery! Thanks for the update.
    "Why me Lord what have I ever done to deserve even one of the pleasures I've known" - Kris Kristofferson

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    • #3
      Buck,

      Can you put a float tube or canoe, kayak, pontoon, etc in there?

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Stinkbait View Post
        Buck,

        Can you put a float tube or canoe, kayak, pontoon, etc in there?
        Absolutely! I plan on heading back there soon with my kayak.
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        • #5
          Vogel is awesome. That's one of our favorite places to go nowadays as a family. Easy access, playgrounds for the kids, grills for burgers and brats, and decent-enough fishing to keep it fun.

          Lauren and I were married on the pavilion over the lake, and my grandparents from Hiawassee went there on their first date 62 years ago.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Buck Henry View Post
            I know everyone is dialed in on the DH streams right now, but don't forget about Lake Trahlyta at Vogel State Park. They must have dumped a good number of trout in there as it was fishing great today. And the park is absolutely beautiful with the fall foilage hitting peak color.





            I'd like to take my grandson there soon... is bank fishing a good option?

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            • #7
              Originally posted by richf7 View Post
              I'd like to take my grandson there soon... is bank fishing a good option?
              Wow, old post! But to answer your question; yes bank fishing is a very good option at Vogel and quite a few folks fish from the bank there. There is a trail that circles the lake with multiple spots that you can fish from. I have caught plenty of trout there casting a panther martin spinner from the bank.
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              • #8
                The fish should be in there.

                https://georgiawildlife.com/sites/de...utm_term=trout

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                • #9
                  Vogel looks like a good candidate to throw 10 inch glidebaits for big bass
                  I like em big fat and sloppy.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by browniez View Post
                    Vogel looks like a good candidate to throw 10 inch glidebaits for big bass
                    This is how you know Browniez’ fishing focus has shifted, and it’s all a big ole spots fault, lol... 10lb-er comin up?
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by browniez View Post
                      Vogel looks like a good candidate to throw 10 inch glidebaits for big bass
                      Thanks. Unfamiliar with glidebaits and like everything fishing related
                      there are dozens of different types. Any advice on which works best or maybe
                      what to avoid?

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by richf7 View Post
                        Thanks. Unfamiliar with glidebaits and like everything fishing related
                        there are dozens of different types. Any advice on which works best or maybe
                        what to avoid?
                        You can get big Hudds for $30-40 each but you need a big heavy rod for them
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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by richf7 View Post
                          Thanks. Unfamiliar with glidebaits and like everything fishing related
                          there are dozens of different types. Any advice on which works best or maybe
                          what to avoid?
                          I would take a few trips with a specialty fisherman in that area to see if it’s something you have a real interest in. If it is, dive in. If not, it saves you some money.

                          Each bait works very differently for each person. Two very accomplished big bait anglers I know favor two completely different styles, cause one in thorough and slow and the other is a reaction bait guy. One favors a hudd the other a Claw 230
                          I like em big fat and sloppy.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by browniez View Post
                            I would take a few trips with a specialty fisherman in that area to see if it’s something you have a real interest in. If it is, dive in. If not, it saves you some money.

                            Each bait works very differently for each person. Two very accomplished big bait anglers I know favor two completely different styles, cause one in thorough and slow and the other is a reaction bait guy. One favors a hudd the other a Claw 230
                            If it wouldn’t mean shelling out for a heavy action rod and reel, I’d love to jump on the glide bait train. Those 10” rainbow patterns show up in discount bins all the time around here and they look like fun to throw. You’ll be the guy to know if the DNR ever gets back to stocking Muskie in Blue Ridge.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by muddy waters View Post
                              If it wouldn’t mean shelling out for a heavy action rod and reel, I’d love to jump on the glide bait train. Those 10” rainbow patterns show up in discount bins all the time around here and they look like fun to throw. You’ll be the guy to know if the DNR ever gets back to stocking Muskie in Blue Ridge.
                              Shelling out is relative. You can get a good quality swimbait rod and reel capable of throwing 4 to 10 ounce baits for under 250 bucks.

                              All they are is 10 inch jerkbaits, and yes they are a blast.
                              I like em big fat and sloppy.

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