Every fisherman knows that a bad day fishing is better than a good day working. In spite of cooler winter weather, a few hardy souls will still take to the water for a chance to catch that big one.
Hello, folks. Looks like you had a nice weekend. If it is Sunday and you feel like something is not quite right, take a look around and make sure you set your clocks ahead one hour. You'd hate for Monday to come and find out then. Just a friendly reminder. Well, to say the least, the dock tour has been slow. I have not gotten too many reports of people catching fish as of late, ...
When you think of the words "vegetable garden," what do you picture in your mind? Many folks picture plowed ground, long furrows and a motorized tiller. Maybe you picture a scarecrow, rows of corn and a hoe.
Hello, friends and fellow anglers. Sorry I missed you the last couple of weeks, but I am back with a few tales to tell.
Preston C. Minus Jr., 65, of Gainesville, Ala., pleaded guilty and was sentenced recently by U.S. Magistrate Judge John E. Ott on a single count of unlawfully placing bait on his property to lure and attract mourning doves for hunters.
Liberty Bass Club competed in Springfield on Feb. 4 and newcomer Ben O'Neal quickly made an impact landing a first place finish and the big fish award.
Hey all the good folks of Liberty County and surrounding area, The Dock Tour starts this weekend. I hope I'll have something to tell you about next week.
The Richmond Hill Fish Hatchery is in the process of getting a facelift - the first in more than 50 years.
CLAXTON - In its 45th year, the festival formerly known as the Claxton Rattlesnake Roundup is undergoing something of a midlife transformation.
Hello folks, Tight Line Jr. here. We've had some nice weather this past weekend but it looks like we are in for a little cool down and a little wind.
Around 30 local anglers gathered Wednesday at the John W. Stevens Wetlands Education Center in J.F. Gregory Park when representatives from the Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Resources Division presented information about proposed changes to saltwater fishing regulations.
Hi folks, Tight Line Jr., here and it appears like we've cooled down a bit and the wind has picked up as well.
While many people have begun to reduce, reuse and recycle in efforts to "go green," residents in Bryan County now have the opportunity to recycle and reuse a sometimes overlooked item.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources Coastal Resources Division will host two public information meetings on proposed legislative changes to the way saltwater fishing is regulated.
When Richard Crossley spoke at this year's Georgia Ornithological Society meeting, the acclaimed birder and photographer noticed the number of youth in attendance.
Four of Georgia State Parks' lodges and resorts are or soon will be under new management, according to State Parks Director Becky Kelley.
Howdy, friends and fellow anglers. We sure have had some nice weather here lately. The water temperature is up to 66 degrees at Gray's reef, and the fish are biting.
BRUNSWICK - With sea-turtle and manatee sightings on the rise on Georgia's coast, boaters should be on the lookout for these big and rare animals.
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