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Georgia Fishing Report: June 5, 2020 —

National Fishing and Boating Week (NFBW) begins tomorrow. Will you be out there doing your part by casting a line? NFBW takes place June 6–14, 2020, and offers great reasons to get outdoors, including two FREE Fishing Days on June … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 29, 2020 —

Fishing is HOT right now, and that is super cool! Staff with the Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division is excited that so many people have seemed to use this time of social distancing to renew their love for the outdoors. … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 15, 2020 —

Friday. May. 2020. Y’all still hanging in there ok? Have you found a new fishing spot to help occupy some of your quarantine-ing time? Let’s share some great news with you: Summer Day Camp Sign-ups Open: Both the Go Fish … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: May 8, 2020 —

How do you get your fishing and wildlife information? Did you know that the Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division has so much info just a finger tap or mouse click away? 41 more words via Georgia Fishing Report: May 8, 2020 … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: April 24, 2020 —

Need a quarantine break? Georgia DNR Wildlife Management Areas, Public Fishing Areas, Shooting Ranges are open and give you a great opportunity to breathe some fresh air and spend some time doing the things you love (fishing, hunting, shooting, wildlife … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: April 17, 2020 —

Have you gone fishing as a way to handle the stress of our current situation? If you do – be sure you are heading out responsibly! Choose the time you fish, and the location you fish, wisely in order to … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: April 3, 2020 —

We got this Georgia. Let’s show the rest of the country that we can #socialdistance AND use our natural resources to help us mentally get through this current crisis. Relative to being outside, here are some of the things you … Continue reading

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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 13, 2020 —

Keep calm and Go Fish Georgia. Preferably standing at least a fishing pole distance away from each other. Need a recap of some of the “fishy” news to know for this week? 42 more words via Georgia Fishing Report: March 13, … Continue reading

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