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Ladies, have you ever wanted to head out to go backpacking or fishing or shooting, but not sure where to start?
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Time to celebrate! National Hunting and Fishing Day is held every year on the fourth Saturday of September.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources is again offering a $1,000 grant to a kindergarten through fifth-grade public or private school teacher in the state who demonstrates exceptional energy
Hunters ready for the opening of the state archery deer season will get to take to the woods beginning Saturday, Sept.
Time to do a tree stand safety checkup – how safe are you?
More than 24,000 new acres serving as a critical buffer to the Naval Submarine Base Kings Bay, as well as Cumberland Island National Seashore, will be available for southeast Georgia outdoor enthus
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) is investigating Whirling Disease (WHD) and Infectious Hematopoietic Necrosis Virus (IHNV) in hatchery-raised trout at
The Georgia dove hunting season opens Sat. Sept. 4, 2021, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division (WRD).
Dove season is fast approaching – have you taken your hunter education course?
Waterfowl hunters can take advantage of early teal and early Canada goose hunting seasons, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division.
While it might not be your first choice as a snack, human-generated garbage is irresistible to a black bear.
The Youth Birding Competition is going virtual for 2021.
Hunters ready to head to the woods don’t have to wait much longer, because squirrel hunting season begins August 15, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Div
Teachers and students across the state are invited
Where can you find the latest Georgia hunting information?
Searching for a new place to fish? Be sure to start with one of Georgia’s 11 Public Fishing Areas (PFA).
If someone asks if you are coming to the local fish fry – your answers is always “yes.” Especially when that fish fry is serving up catfish.
Catch five different black bass species and you have a Georgia Bass Slam!