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Southwest Georgia Fishing Report – March 14

SOUTHWEST GEORGIA (Fishing report courtesy of Rob Weller, fisheries biologist with Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division)  LAKE WALTER F GEORGE The crappie fishing is going full boar however the recent cooler weather may have slowed them down a bit. However, before the most recent cold front, there were limits being caught. The largemouth bass fishing has also been… Read More »

March is a Prime Time to Fish for Crappie in Georgia

Get out on the water now because the time is right for cool weather crappie fishing, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. “If you need information on some fantastic ‘hot spots’ for crappie fishing, we have it” said Matt Thomas, chief of fisheries management. “And when you go, be sure to bring a… Read More »

Lights Along the River Starts November 30

PRESS RELEASE   On Thursday, November 30th between 6pm and 8pm, Hatcher Road at the Earle May Boat Basin will be closed to vehicular traffic for a special “Pedestrian Friendly Night!” Walkers and runners, as well as families with strollers, are invited to experience “Lights Along the River” on this special night. You are also welcome to ride… Read More »

Flint River Flood Warning Extended

The National Weather Service in Tallahassee has extended the flood warning for the Flint River through Saturday.  With a predicted crest of 25.9 feet, the flood stage is considered minor.  Last January, the Flint River reached a height of 30.28 feet, reaching the 11th highest mark in recorded history.  The flood of 1994 reached a height of 37.20… Read More »

Flint River Projected to Reach Flood Stage This Week

Decatur County Emergency Management Agency P.O. Box 726 Bainbridge, GA 39818 229-248-3869        [email protected] Charlie McCann, Director Tonya Griffin, Deputy Director Monday, January 23, 2017 11:00 a.m.   The National Weather Service has issued a FLOOD WARNING for the Flint River in Decatur County. The FLOOD WARNING for the Flint River in Bainbridge continues until further notice.  … Read More »