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By Glen Solomon | July 9, 2016

The Super Swamp Slam

Welcome to Fargo, Georgia. Enjoy the Okefenokee, Suwanee River and the Sill for a 1-2-3 punch. Magnetism. Remoteness….

By Jordan Davis | July 7, 2016

Mentor Program Creating Conservation Kids

In 2008, Beau Turner created the Beau Turner Youth Conservation Center (BTYCC) in north Florida for young people…

By Glen Solomon | July 3, 2016

Archery Paradise Found At Morgan Lake WMA

Pap! Up in the thick canopy of the late summer’s oak leaves, I could see the ol gray…

By Craig James | June 12, 2016

Crawfish Boil, South Georgia Style

This story began in the strangest of places. I was at the grocery store looking for some good…

By Ron Brooks | March 13, 2016

Catching Saltwater Shad In The Ogeechee River

With unpredictable weather fronts this time of year, fishing can be iffy. There are, however, fish to be…

By Daryl Kirby | February 22, 2016

Lake Rabun Walleye Is New State Record

  A 14-lb., 2-oz. walleye caught Friday, Feb. 19 at Lake Rabun has been certified as a new…

By John Trussell | September 3, 2015

Fish Up The Rivers To Catch Mullet

As a young boy who often visited his grandparents, Lelia McDuffie and Eddie Tennesse Smith, in Wilcox County…

By Glen Solomon | August 7, 2015

Redfin Pike: A Return To Creek Fishin’ Roots

Redfin pickerel, or the redfin pike as the ol’ timers call them—do they still exist? Or, are they…

By Jordan Davis | May 20, 2015

Fish Kill At Lake Oconee Only Involves Carp

The recent carp die-off occurring at Lake Oconee has many homeowners and visitors alarmed and worried. According to…

By Brad Gill | January 21, 2015

GON’s Lake & River Records Coming In February

Every February GON publishes its exclusive listing of Georgia Lake & River Records. Since last February’s printing of…