Category Archives: Parks and recreation Georgia and South Carolina

Georgia Fishing Report: January 15, 2021 —

Will 2021 be the year that you make fishing memories with your dad, your mom, your child, your grandchild? Don’t wait. Time is moving fast. Just listen to these lyrics from country singer Trace Adkins (Video Found HERE) “And she … Continue reading

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DNR’s Hunting Regulations Cycle —

You’re a hunter. You’re out in the woods as much as possible. You’ve noticed some things about the deer, turkey and quail populations over the years. How can you make your voice heard? How can you contribute to the success … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: December 18, 2020 —

We wish you a Merry Fish-mas, we wish you a Merry Fish-mas, we wish you a Merry Fish-mas, and a Happy New Year. Here is to hoping that fishing poles, tackle boxes, fishing licenses, creel baskets and more are found under … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: December 11, 2020 —

Are you an emoji user? If you are, pick the emoji that best describes you right now. We’ll wait.  News to Know: TWO Weeks: My child has told me (at least 37 times today) there are only two weeks left … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: November 13, 2020 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

I am not a superstitious person, but a Friday the 13th THIS year maybe gives me some pause. Just a little. How about you? You already know what I am going to say next. Because I know what can make … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: November 7, 2020 —

Stressed? We have the perfect activity to take your mind off of everything. It’s fishing! Fishing is an escape from life’s daily challenges, and a chance to “catch” memories with those that matter the most to you. Joined by the … Continue reading

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Chickasawhatchee – A Beautifully Wild Place —

By James Malphrus, writer of JCM Adventure Journals. Featured image: Alligators’ fork. Photo credit: James Malphrus. This post features three excerpts from adventures on Chickasawhatchee WMA. It was a Wednesday and we wanted to ease the stress of the work week … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: October 2, 2020 —

Happy Fall Y’all! It’s nice to have a few consistent cool-weather-feel mornings – makes me excited to start planning some fun fall family fishing trips. News to Know: I like the Night Life: Now equipped with lighting on piers and … Continue reading

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2020 Bear Season Outlook — Georgia Wildlife Blog

Although opening day is now behind us for 2020, Georgia bowhunters still have plenty of opportunities ahead to go to the woods and make memories. Aside from just making memories, many bear hunters thoroughly enjoy the products of a successful … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: September 11, 2020 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

Since 2001, there is a somberness to this day that is difficult to get past. As we move through today and this weekend, don’t take anything for granted, cherish the time you have and celebrate the opportunities you are given.  … Continue reading

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