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Supra Boats Pro Wakeboard Tour Returns to Acworth

The Pro Wakeboard Tour comes back to Acworth’s Dallas Landing Park on Friday and Saturday, June 5th & 6th, for wicked fun times. On Friday, it’s qualifying for athletes from all over the nation who come to compete at the highest levels on Lake Acworth. Saturday brings the main event from noon all the way through more »

Georgia’s Trout Season Never Ends

As usual, trout season opened in March.  The difference this year is trout season never ends! Beginning April 21, 2015, state trout streams will remain open all year long, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. “The Board of Natural Resources recently approved the lifting of seasonal restrictions on approximately 1,600 more »

Lake Allatoona Fishing Report by First Bite Guide Service

Robert Eidson’s Lake Allatoona Fishing Report is brought to you by First Bite Guide Service.  Contact Robert by e-mail at  or call him at 770-827-6282 to catch stripers and hybrids! Lines-sides fishing is Good, despite the rising water from the recent rains. The lake is stained on both ends.  Debris is a real concern more »

Robert Eidson’s First Bite Lake Allatoona Fishing Report

Robert Eidson’s Lake Allatoona Fishing Report is brought to you by First Bite Guide Service.  Contact Robert by e-mail at  or call him at 770-827-6282 to catch stripers and hybrids! Spring has arrived and the bite is starting to get good! The rivers are really starting to show signs of life. The white bass more »

Tips for Catching Striped Bass on Georgia’s Lakes

After all the ice and snow, we need two things: new ways to fight cabin fever and new tips for catching striped bass on Lake Allatoona and around Georgia. Fishermen, and others who are incapable of telling the truth, are reporting lots of action while fishing for stripers.  It might be true, but it’s also more »

Turkey Season Opens in Georgia on Saturday March 21, 2015

Turkey season opens in Georgia on Saturday, March 21st 2015. No, you can’t shoot owls.  I didn’t have a turkey picture and I just took the shot of the owl on the right.  So I used the photograph of the owl and killed two birds with one stone.  Sort of. Have you been practicing your turkey more »

Delayed Harvest Trout Streams Open November 1st

Saturday, November 1, 2014, is going to be a big day for trout anglers in Georgia because that’s when fishing reopens on five delayed harvest trout streams. The weather is going to be a bit nippy in the morning, but the fantastic scenery and the thrill of going after a trophy trout will make it a more »

Deer Hunting Season for Archers Begins on 9-13-14

Fall begins on Tuesday, September 23rd 2014.  To some, that means cooler temperatures, shorter days and colorful leaves.  To hunters, autumn means it’s deer hunting season. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division says archers get the first opportunity at bringing home a deer beginning Saturday, September 13th. Last year, 118,238 archery hunters harvested more »

Dove Hunting Season Opens September 6, 2014

  I’m not sure who decided to use doves to represent: “a supporter of peace: someone who supports peace and the use of peaceful measures to avoid confrontation or war,” but it wasn’t a hunter. To hunters, doves represent something to be blasted out of the sky with just enough firepower to have something left more »

Win a Free Georgia Lifetime Hunting & Fishing License

Georgians have the chance to win a lifetime hunting and fishing license in the next edition of the Lifetime License Contest sponsored by the Georgia Natural Resources Foundation. Participants can fill out an entry form by visiting the Wildlife Resources Division Facebook page. Click Here for the Wildlife Resources Facebook Page “This has become a more »