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By Mike Bolton | August 2, 2017

Wild In The Kitchen: Beer-Battered Freshwater Drum

Don’t laugh. The freshwater drum is a close relative to the saltwater redfish, which is considered a delicacy.

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 | 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…