Category Archives: Parks and recreation Georgia and South Carolina

Georgia Fishing Report: March 27, 2020 —

Wash your hands…Wash your hands? C’mon Anglers – I mean, we GOT this part, right? You know after a day (or night) of fishing that you got to do some GOOD scrubbing to get them hands smelling decent. Georgians, we … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: March 20, 2020 —

The Georgia Emergency Management Agency (GEMA) shared these tips for proper social distancing options. We definitely are in favor of the one that says “Go Fishing.” NEWS TO KNOW: Reduce Risk, Protect Your Health State Fish Art Contest: Deadline Extended! … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: March 6, 2020 —

” Caution..Waters are high” Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: February 28, 2020

Leap over to a lake, steam or ocean Continue reading

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Not Your Average Rodent: Pocket Gophers in Georgia —

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Georgia Fishing Report: February 21, 2020

I know you see it out there…that yellow orb in the sky. I know it is giving you the “itch” to head out to your favorite fishing hole. However, I urge you to remain cautious should you venture out to … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: February 14, 2020

Happy Valentine’s Day to all you anglers – maybe this weekend you can find time to take that significant other out on the water with you! GET REWARDED FOR FISHING! The Georgia Angler Award program recognizes people that catch fish … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: February 7, 2020

Y’all, it is February already. Have you been fishing yet in 2020? Don’t let time keep passing – you have got to get out there and throw a line, oh, AND make sure you make a plan to introduce someone … Continue reading

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Tuckasee King Landing, Effingham County — Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

The outpost of Tuckasee King, near present-day Clyo, was the first seat of Effingham County (1784-1787). It was named for a Euchee chief who lived in the area. Today, it’s best known as a landing on the Savannah River. via Tuckasee … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: January 24, 2020

Well, here we are…watching it rain…again. BUT, as I was just reminded by a very nice caller (a 2019 Angler Award Winner – thanks Craig Gladue!), rain helps our waterways, which also helps our fish and keeps anglers happy. 33 … Continue reading

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