Georgia Fishing

Oct 27, 2019 Written by
Published in Georgia Fishing
On a sweltering day in May, Dr. Vanessa Lane is on her hands and knees sifting the sand around a rotting dead rat in a 5-gallon bucket. The Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College associate professor is continuing a project started by…
Oct 24, 2019 Written by
Published in Georgia Fishing
If you stumble upon a graphic scene of blood-like secretions oozing from the forest floor, you’re likely not to forget it. This horror scene-worthy mushroom is known as Bleeding Tooth Fungus. “My, what big teeth you have!” Look if you…
Oct 25, 2019 Written by
Published in Georgia Fishing
So, we skipped a week on the ole fishing blog, but with the rain that hit a lot of Georgia past Saturday and opening weekend of deer firearms season, we hope you had plenty to fill your time. Let’s get…
Oct 23, 2019 Written by
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Every year, Georgia deer hunters bundle up (or dress down since Georgia ‘fall’ is often ‘second summer’) and head into the woods in search of venison and bragging rights. Putting some meat in the freezer is typically a sure thing,…
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