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…

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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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Georgia Fishing Report: June 18, 2021 —

We are being told to expect good amounts of rain in the coming days. If you are planning a fishing trip, be sure to take note of weather conditions before you head out – especially if rains become heavy and create high water or flooding conditions. Be safe! NEWS TO KNOW Need Quick Tips? Check…

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Georgia Fishing Report: June 4, 2021 —

Tomorrow is the beginning of National Fishing and Boating Week (June 5-13). What is the purpose of such a week? Glad you asked. Boating and fishing are great activities that provide benefits like connecting with family members, providing an opportunity for stress relief, and actively supporting conservation efforts with the purchase of a fishing license, equipment…

Georgia Fishing Report: June 4, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

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Blue Star Memorial-Beaufort National Cemetery —

Beaufort South Carolina Today in the US, we celebrate Memorial Day, a day set aside to honor those who lost their lives while serving in the military. 151 more words

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 28, 2021 —

We are rapidly approaching a holiday weekend. If you have plans to head to the water, be sure to check out these reminders about boating safety from the Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Division. 23 more words

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Guyton Resident Michael E. Holton, Jr. Selected for Statewide Storytelling Film Project — MY SAVANNAH™

(SAVANNAH, GA) Guyton resident Michael E. Holton, Jr. has been selected as one of ten storytellers from across Georgia to present in Treasure Maps: The Georgia Storytelling Roadshow 2021, a series of drive-in performances held in six target cities across Georgia.

Guyton Resident Michael E. Holton, Jr. Selected for Statewide Storytelling Film Project — MY SAVANNAH™
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Georgia Fishing Report: May 21, 2021 —

I know that I often take for granted the bounty of natural gifts we have living here in Georgia. The incredible variation in terrain and waterways found in our State provides us with such amazing opportunities to get outside and enjoy everything that nature has to offer, including (of course), fishing. What is your favorite…

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 14, 2021 —

What is your favorite species of fish to target? Do you prefer chasing trout in cold water mountain streams, pulling up catfish out of a favorite pond, or tricking a largemouth bass to taking your favorite lure?  NEWS TO KNOW: Sign Up For a Workshop: What better workshop to take than a fishing workshop? Get…

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