The Top of the Ninth Inning – Two Days LeftGeorgia Trout Unlimited Legislative Update – March 16, 2014 Two days remain in the 2014 session of the Georgia General Assembly – Tuesday and Thursday, March 18th and 20th. It will be a busy week. Expect a flurry of activity right up until midnight on... [ READ MORE... ]
Crossover Day passed on March 3rd. Any bills to be considered must now have passed at least one chamber. Any bills not passed are dead and will need to be reintroduced as new next January for the 2015-16 General Assembly. We are now at the Seventh Inning Stretch. The last day of the session, Day 40... [ READ MORE... ]
Apologies to Samuel Taylor Coleridge, The Ancient Mariner and Albatrosses everywhere.
Water, water everywhere, but not a drop to use. That’s how some Georgians may feel if Gov. Deal has his way in the General Assembly with SB 213, the cleverly named Flint River Drought Protection Act. It allows... [ READ MORE... ]
“Hunting and fishing are an indispensable social resourceof tremendous national value… Of course, we [anglers and hunters]have always known this, but until recently we failed to tell the public.” ~ Aldo Leopold. What do you want to leave for future generations? At some time, we all consider sharing... [ READ MORE... ]
Why, yes they are! It’s the Foxfire Boys and they’ll be picking and fiddling bluegrass music at the closing BBQ dinner hosted by the Georgia Council. Regional meetings are a great way to join fellow anglers from across the Southeast, make new friends, renew old friendships, get in some fishing and... [ READ MORE... ]