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Georgia Fishing Report: April 19, 2019

Well, that was a gully-washer of a morning! Hope everyone is safe and dry and making weekend plans for what to do once all the water recedes. In case you missed it: First Striped Bass From Renovated Richmond Hill Hatchery! … Continue reading

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Georgia Fishing Report: April 12, 2019 —

Have a terrific time and be safe Continue reading

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School House —

Replica of the Bethel School house in Springfield Georgia Continue reading

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A Taste of the Great Food Truck Race —

Rolling indulgence was a good choice
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Serving a Good Time —

Effingham Jail Museum Continue reading

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6 Fish Species on the Move for Spring Spawning —

Fishing overview provided by Georgia Wildlife blog Continue reading

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On A Limb —

Visit the Living History Museum and enjoy the flowers Continue reading

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Living History Site —

Located on Pine Street in Springfield Georgia Continue reading

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♫ Georgia On My Mind ♫ —

A good read on the song’s beginnings Continue reading

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Recall: Hunt’s Tomato Paste Cans Could Have Mold —

(WBZ/CBS Local) – Some cans of Hunt’s Tomato Paste No Salt Added are being recalled because they could contain mold. Conagra Brands says there may have been damage after the canning process, opening the possibility for mold to form in … Continue reading

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