Drought?

 

The southeast is officially out of drought status, with plenty of water in all the lakes. But, even when there is a shortabe of rain, no water is too shallow for a River Hawk Boat!

(3/3/16)

In the Atlanta area,

Lake Lanier

 

is holding around full pool,

while

Lake Alatoona

is holding around 4' below full pool - which is higher than normal for this time of year..

Rainfall forecasts predict plenty more rainfall this spring..

 

FISHERMEN ARE

ON THE WATER NOW!

- and -

CATCHING FISH !

 

October through May are prime months for land-locked striper fishing and the easiest time of year to catch a striper on fly rod - although stripers can still occasionally be caught shallow throughout the summer.

Largemouth & Spotted Bass are feeding on the surface NOW and a typical day can produce six to 30 fish - from 1 lb. to 5 or 6 lbs.

Meanwhile, River Hawk sales are booming: There's no pond, lake or river too dry for the shallow draft of a River Hawk boat! And, even our largest boats can be launched from a dry lake/pond bank.

We're seeing quite a few current owners of bass boats and bay boats purchase a second boat: a B-60 Pro Caster or B-60 Kingfish Edition. In so doing, they're discovering - or rediscovering - the joys and pleasures of small boat fishing. There's no thrill like catching a 10 lb. to 20 lb. (or larger) striper from a River Hawk boat!

Right now, on any given day on Lake Lanier, several B-60s, Pro Casters, Kingfish Editions and an Osprey or Bay Hawk can be seen with spin and fly fishermen throwing at surface-feeding stripers and spots. What a Hoot!

Contact your local Authorized River Hawk Dealer - or call us at the factory - for advice on which model is best suited to your type of fishing.

You're not getting any younger - don't put off until tomorrow what you've been dreaming of. . . . . tomorrow, too quickly, becomes today.

 

STOP WISHING - START FISHING

RIVER HAWK BOATS