Our fishing is getting better every week.
KEY LARGO, Fla. - A nine-day mission that began Monday in the world's only permanent working undersea laboratory is like living in a fishbowl in more ways than one: Anyone with an Internet connection can watch the researchers work and hang out 60 feet below the surface.
Our coastal fishing is looking a little better, with fish being caught.
The Melon Bluff Nature and Heritage Preserve is reopening this month with the theme "The Georgia Coast's Most Valuable Natural Resource and Old Ironsides, the USS Constitution."
SOCIAL CIRCLE. - A Jekyll Island exhibit that explores shrimp trawling and marine life. A nature trail turned school classroom at an elementary school in Rome. A new educational program taking root and blooming fast at the State Botanical Garden of Georgia.
The Labor Day holiday was a total loss as far as fishing. The weather was bad all through the holiday. The tides were not bad, however the rain had the water muddy and there was very little fishing.
A set of guided tours providing a look at special re-enactments will take place at Melon Bluff Nature Center near Midway this weekend.
Social Circle - For the past 15 years, hunters across the state have been bringing meat to the tables of those in need.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - Early hunting seasons for some species of waterfowl will open soon, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division.
Well, my friends, we have a lot of fish in our area, both trout and bass. Most of them are too small to be legal. This happens every year when they first show up in our area.
Found from Massachusetts to Florida on the Atlantic coast and from Mexico to Florida on the Gulf Coast, redfish numbers are on the rebounds thanks to the united support provided to it by sportsmen and women around the country.
Former Hinesville mayor and state representative Buddy DeLoach is back in the mix of Georgia state politics.
I have several fishing reports from anglers who have braved the heat recently to get out on the water.
Swarms of ghouls, goblins, scary clowns, witches, princesses and superheroes descended on downtown Hinesville on Friday evening for the sixth annual Scarecrow Stroll and Beggars Night.
SOCIAL CIRCLE - Hunters and rutting season have deer on the move, so state officials are cautioning motorists to be on the lookout.
East Liberty County American Legion Post 321's annual 5K fun run/walk and 1K costume canter is set for Saturday.
A new program co-sponsored by Georgia's departments of Agriculture and Natural Resources links farmers with hunters who are willing to help them reduce wild-hog populations.
Ashley Arnold of Gum Branch bagged an 11-foot, 8-inch and 535-pound alligator last month at Middleton Lake.
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