Press Release

Rascally Reptiles and Kayak Fishing Featured at Go Fish

PERRY, Ga. (1/30/2013)

Discover the world of reptiles with your pre-schooler or learn tricks and tips for kayak fishing at the Go Fish Education Center in Perry this February!

“Rascally reptiles” will be the special guests at Go Fish for Camp Little Minnow from 10 a.m.-noon this Friday, Feb. 1. “Rascally reptiles” will include a live animal demonstration, crafts and story all focused on the world of reptiles. The program will also include a tour of the center. Regular admission prices apply. Call (478) 988-7187 to reserve your spot today.  Camp Little Minnow is a program for adults and their pre-schoolers, and takes place on the first Friday of each month.

For those who want to learn more about kayak fishing, mark your calendar for Saturday, Feb. 23 for the Georgia Kayak Fishing kayak fishing symposium at the Go Fish Education Center (http://gofisheducationcenter.com/News). Seminars will cover sheepshead and coastal fishing, striper fishing, shoal bass and river fishing, kayak rigging and more!

Also, don’t forget that Go Fish is accepting State-Fish Art Contest entries (http://gofisheducationcenter.com/News). And catch an insider’s look at the center on the latest episode of Georgia Public Broadcasting’s Georgia Traveler (http://www.gpb.org/georgia-traveler)!

The Go Fish Education Center is at 1255 Perry Parkway in Perry, adjacent to the Georgia National Fairgrounds. From I-75, take exit 134 and go east 3/4 mile. Admission is $5 for adults, $4 for seniors 65 and older, $3 for children and FREE for ages 2 and younger. For more information on the Go Fish Education Center, visit www.gofisheducationcenter.com or call (478) 988-6701.

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