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Watch: Scary Boating Accident at Bass Tournament

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Proof that life jackets and kill switches are life-savers during a boating accident: Two University of Florida bass anglers were… more »

Whitetail Deer

Georgia Deer Forecast for 2016

by Eric Chaney 0

Georgia, which has more than 57,000 square miles of land, is one of the most biologically and geologically diverse states… more »


Georgia Family Fishing Destinations for 2016

by Jeff Samsel 0

  Summer hasn’t quite yet arrived, but it is right around the corner. Soon school will be out, providing more… more »

Georgia bass fishing

Georgia Bass Forecast for 2016

by Jeff Samsel 0

Even though the popper is barely visible through the mist, every wrist snap creates a clear pop, interruption a chorus… more »

Turkey Hunting in Georgia

Georgia Turkey Forecast for 2016

by John Trussell 0

The hunter thought he had done everything right. Up well before daylight, he walked into woods he knew well without… more »


Georgia 2016 Fishing Calendar

by Ronnie Garrison 0

Fishing is very popular in the Peach State, partially because Georgia contains so many great lakes, rivers and streams. In… more »


2015 Trophy Deer Forecast: Georgia

by Eric Bruce 0

With 57,513 square miles of terrain that varies from steep mountains to sand dunes located within 159 counties, Georgia has… more »


Georgia Deer Forecast for 2015

by Eric Bruce 0

The state of Georgia has some of the best deer hunting in the southeast. From the Blue Ridge Mountains in… more »

When the weather gets hot and muggy, Peach State catfishermen
hit the water in search of flatheads, channels and blues.

Georgia Catfish Forecast for 2015

by Jeff Samsel 0

Perched comfortably on a riverbank at the mouth of a feeder, two friends watch the glow in-the-dark tips of medium… more »

Brandon Johnson from Loganville killed this 19-pound gobbler at B.F. Grant WMA in 2014.

Georgia Turkey Forecast for 2015

by Eric Bruce 0

“The (turkey) population is still strong and viable despite several years of poor reproduction,” said Kevin Lowrey, Georgia Department of… more »

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