Georgia Fishing Report: September 10, 2021 —

Did you notice the coolness in the air this morning? It was there, I felt it – fall is a’coming. That means I might need to pack some extra layers and maybe another thermos of coffee before heading to the water.  NEWS TO KNOW Spam Alert: Don’t fall for spammers. Companies that claim to be…

Georgia Fishing Report: September 10, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Georgia Fishing Report: August 27, 2021 —

“Angling and the environment go hand in hand. The majority of anglers develop a deep sense of responsibility when it comes to protecting, enhancing and preserving the aquatic environment. Angling changes the way you look at the environment. It instils a respect for the natural world and teaches you the need for sustainability and a…

Georgia Fishing Report: August 27, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

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Georgia Fishing Report: August 20, 2021 —

What have you taught your kids about conservation? A great way to introduce the concept is to take them fishing. While enjoying a fun activity, you can talk about simple steps like the importance of clean water, picking up after ourselves to protect the natural resources, and things like respecting catch limits. Need more info…

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Isle Of Hope Methodist Church-1859 —

Confederate Hospital during the War of the States Front entrance Center front entry door Right front side, ceramic door knob Georgia Historical Society Marker The church burial grounds honor unknown soldiers who died here. 51 more words

Isle Of Hope Methodist Church-1859 — The59Club
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Georgia Fishing Report: August 13, 2021 —

The scenario…you only have 1 day to enjoy a fishing trip. Where do you go? How about to one of the 11 available Georgia Public Fishing Areas? PFAs make a great place for both new and experienced anglers and even though fishing is the main attraction for most visitors, they also offer other family-friendly activities…

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Georgia Fishing Report: July 30, 2021 —

School Days, school days, dear old golden rule days….are your kids ready? Don’t answer that…pretty sure I know the answer. Did you get those summer fishing trips done before this school year started? #takeakidfishing   NEWS TO KNOW Educate at Etowah Wildlife Expo: Take the opportunity to learn outside of school at the Etowah Wildlife Expo…

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Georgia Fishing Report: July 16, 2021 —

I know this is a fishing blog – but stay with me…in recognition of today being World Snake Day, let’s talk about a FISH that we NEVER want to see again in Georgia waters – the northern snakehead.  Invasive Species Found in Georgia: In October 2019, the first northern snakehead in GA was captured and…

Georgia Fishing Report: July 16, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Georgia Fishing Report: July 9, 2021 —

Found a new fishing saying today, “If I fished only to capture fish, my fishing trips would have ended long ago.” How about you? Are your fishing sessions all about the catch – or does the activity of fishing provide you with an opportunity to ponder all the big (and little) things in life? Whatever…

Georgia Fishing Report: July 9, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Train Derailment Memorial —

Meldrim Georgia Meldrim Memorial Park-Effingham County Georgia Meldrim Georgia Memorial Monument-Meldrim Georgia The community faced tragedy in 1959 when a Seaboard Airline railroad disaster derailed and killed 23 residents. 114 more words

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Georgia Fishing Report: June 25, 2021 —

When did you get your first fishing license? Did you know that you were doing more when you bought that license than just avoiding an awkward run-in with the game warden? 26 more words

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