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Wonder what the plan will be to set deer limits, doe days, season dates and address the different regs for different parts of the state? Speak now, or...

This year at the Outdoor Blast, Georgia’s Best Chevy Dealers will be displaying the hottest new vehicles for 2015. Get up close and check out...

It’s gonna be quite a bit more exciting at the Outdoor Blast this year. Every hour on the hour, a show-goer’s name will be drawn to win a...

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Summer Seatrout On The Drift
The barrier islands along Georgia’s southeast coast provide arguably some of the most beautiful coastal landscapes you will find anywhere. A virtually uninterrupted string of islands, covered in massive moss-laden oaks, is lined up along 100 miles of the Georgia coast. And their individual beauty is enhanced by the miles of salt marsh that surrounds them. Whether you are looking for a fine resort or a pristine wilderness, you’ll find...

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GON Kids: Marben PFA Kids’ Fishing Event
The sun was shining, the water was rippling, there was a lazy breeze floating through the air, and songbirds were serenading the woods. There could not have been a more perfect morning to go fishing. Everyone who attended the Kid’s Fishing Event (KFE) Saturday, June 7 knows exactly what I’m talking about.

Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center (CEWC) and Marben PFA, in Mansfield, held the June KFE. The event was open to kids 15 and younger and lasted from 8 a.m. until 12 p.m., allowing families to come and go as they pleased.

The KFE took place at Clubhouse Lake, which is usually a catch-and-release pond only, but the CEWC staff changed the rules under the circumstances. In this particular pond, there were high populations of bluegill and redear sunfish that were overcrowding the channel catfish. In order to practice proper fisheries management, some of the fish needed to be removed from the lake. Can you think of a more fun management plan than a...

Hunting
Get Your Georgia Gator
From the start, when a season was established in 2003, a permit to hunt a Georgia alligator has been a hot-ticket item. The number of permits available has risen over the past decade from 180 that first year to 850 now, but the number of permits available is still a drop in the bucket compared to...

Fishing
Find Bream To Find Shallow Sinclair Bass
July is not a favorite month for most bass fishermen. Water and air temperatures are hot, and that makes most bass move deep. Fishing can be a sweaty frustration during the day, and many anlgers just don’t like to cast at night. But you can catch bass in July, especially at Lake Sinclair.

Sinclair is a 15,330-acre Georgia Power Co. lake on the Oconee River immediately below...

GON's Tracking Dogs & Deer Coolers Lists
Here's GON's 2013 Dial-a-Tracking Dog and Deer Coolers lists. Some folks have dropped off the lists this year, but there are some new faces, as well. If you have a deer down, these lists should provide everything you need to find it and get it to a cooler for storage or processing.

To add a dog or processor to either list, call GON at (800) 438-4663.
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