Georgia Fishing Report: March 19, 2021 —

What makes a better fishing trip – the one you plan for weeks or the spontaneous adventure you take? Maybe it just depends on your personality. 31 more words

Georgia Fishing Report: March 19, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Georgia Fishing Report: March 12, 2021 —

As always, if you can get outside to fish this coming week….do it. But, you may need to start stocking up and taking those allergy tablets. Ahhh-chooo! Here is a nice quote to remind us how fortunate we are when we get to fish:  “I’ve gone fishing thousands of times in my life, and I…

Georgia Fishing Report: March 12, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Woodlawn Plantation Established 1840 — The59Club

Guyton Georgia “The Woodlawn Plantation House has gone through the Civil War, neglect, and fire, and several different owners—but has survived and continues to be used as a private residence today… 178 more words

Woodlawn Plantation Established 1840 — The59Club
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Georgia Fishing Report: March 5, 2021 —

March is making us spring-ready. Looks like a lot of sunshine coming this weekend so y’all get outside and get some time on the water together! NEWS TO KNOW Zebra Mussel Alert! These mussels have been found in pet store products across the state. Please help – ensure you do not have any of these…

Georgia Fishing Report: March 5, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

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1994 Effingham Fair Parade-

Springfield Georgia-Nadine Seckinger and Trish Payne on the right side of cake
Linda Heidt-Ruth Newman
Carey Heidt-unknown friend-Mark Bryant-Jerry Shaufelberger
Alice DeForest-Gail Brantley-Bobbi Hodges on the far right

Let’s all think positive for a Covid free Fall 2021!

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New Costumes for Mickey and Minnie for Disney World’s 50th Anniversary Celebration! — Our Magical Disney Moments

Disney Worlds 50th anniversary

**** Close-up of the embroidery and jewels on Mickey’s jacket.  He’s even wearing the new 50th anniversary “diamond” label pin! It’ s EARidescent Excitement! Step into a celebratory scene at the Magic Kingdom with brand new looks for Mickey and Minnie coming October 1, 2021! The 18-month long 50th Anniversary celebration starts October 1, 2021. […]

New Costumes for Mickey and Minnie for Disney World’s 50th Anniversary Celebration! — Our Magical Disney Moments
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Georgia Fishing Report: February 26, 2020 —

I don’t know about you, but yesterday’s weather made me long for spring time – and it is coming, I know! The sunshine and warm temps enticed me to take some extra outdoors time and that made me feel like it was good for the soul and the mind. Does being outside transform your outlook? …

Georgia Fishing Report: February 26, 2020 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

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Southern Live Oak Tree-220 Years Old —

200 year old southern live oak

Guyton Georgia Southern Live Oak in Guyton Georgia-70 feet tall Hanging Moss on a live oak tree Georgia Forestry Commission-Tree marker Guyton Georgia is located 30 miles west of Savannah. #ThursdayTreeLove-104

Southern Live Oak Tree-220 Years Old — The59Club
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Georgia Fishing Report: February 19, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog

Heard this straight from someone “in the know” about all things fisheries….”it’s about to bust wide open.” You heard it here first. Time to get those rods re-lined, organize that tackle box, and watch the weather reports to see how many layers you need to wear. It’s hard to contain the excitement, right? Knowing that…

Georgia Fishing Report: February 19, 2021 — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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Lunker Alert at Ocmulgee Public Fishing Area —

Last week was the first sampling trip back out on Ocmulgee PFA this spring for Region IV Fisheries Staff and it didn’t disappoint with Fisheries Biologist Tim Bonvechio and Fisheries Technician Will Lancett sampling a 12 lb., 12 oz., 25.2 inch trophy bass. Before being quickly released, the fish was measured, weighed, and a genetic…

Lunker Alert at Ocmulgee Public Fishing Area — Georgia Wildlife Blog
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