Pat Holland took a co-worker fishing at Thurmond Lake last Wednesday, hoping to bring home some big hybrids and maybe a striper or two. Instead, they came back with a great fish story.
Despite finding healthy numbers of adult stripers, each year, the quest for true native fish remains as elusive as ever.
For three days this weekend prior to July 4th, law enforcement will be on heightened alerts for boaters under the influence. The annual Operation Dry Water campaign seeks to remind boaters of safety and keeping deaths and injuries low.
Hunting accidents are never pleasant to talk or write about, but they are necessary to discuss in order for outdoorsmen and women to learn valuable lessons.
Yuchi Wildlife Management Area will have a different look this spring as crews remove almost 1,250 acres of planted pines damaged or destroyed by the February ice storm.
There is something truly irresistible about the segment of the Savannah River upstream from the Augusta Canal headgates.
A renewed push to strengthen Georgia's laws against boating under the influence of alcohol is gaining widespread support this year.
A canoe and kayak festival stalled over Georgia's initial refusal to issue a permit for the event will be held April 27 as scheduled, according to Benderdinker organizers.
An accidental spill that sent 300 gallons of bleach into a storm drain last week appears to have caused a fish kill in a tributary of Rocky Creek, according to the Augusta Utilities Department.
Archaeologists exploring the dense swamps along the Savannah River are hoping to find evidence of some of the continent's earliest human visitors: Clovis man.