OUTDOORS: Ghosts of battles haunt areas of natures beauty
Nature and history are often intertwined.
FISHING REPORT: A weekly summary of how fish are biting in Southwest Georgia lakes and the Flint River
Fishing prospects at Lake Seminole and the Flint River are upgraded to good this week; still fair at lakes George and Blackshear.
OUTDOORS: Cricket tube sighting strips mythology from trout fishing
I never fish for trout without crickets, at least in a back-up role. I’ll put a live bug on a hand-tied dry fly in a heartbeat. Heck, when I’m really fish hungry I’ll shun flies altogether and fish crickets “nekkid.” I have no shame.
FISHING REPORT: Heavy rain and murky water cloud the forecast
Weekly fihsing reports for Southwest Georgia lakes and the Flint River.
OUTDOORS: How can you beat a meal seasoned with ashes and a variety of flying bugs?
Mother Nature has a way of making outdoor cooking particularly adventurous.
FISHING REPORT: Lakes Seminole, George and Blackshear and the Flint River
Bass fishing is good in some waterways, while catfish are slow to fair this week.
OUTDOORS COLUMN: For three decades, questions about the great outdoors have gone unanswered
There are some things an outdoors guy just ought to have the right to ask questions about.
The best fishing this weekend should be on Lake Seminole
Reports on how they’re biting at Lakes Seminole, George and Blackshear and the Flint River.
Sometimes it’s all about happenstance, simply being in the right place at the right time. That’s just as true when it comes to outdoor life as it is in any other endeavor.
Bass fishing is good at Seminole and George
Weekly reports on how they’re biting at Southwest Georgia lakes and rivers.
With boating and boat ownership comes boat maintenance, a responsibility quite a few of us neglect to one degree or another.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay writes about the life of outdoorsmen, which many would say is crazy.
Hunters can actually obtain some of their most valuable deer hunting information during the offseason.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay explains medical procedures have come a long way in a short time.
Herald outdoors columnist Bob Kornegay explains that not much about the wilderness scares him, but when it comes to Valentine’s Day, he’s terrified.
- Lady Cavs sweep Andrew, finish season undefeated at home
- Darton softball sweeps Middle Georgia
- Lady Rams settle for No. 2 seed
- Darton baseball sets school record with 17th straight win
- Darton baseball crushes ABAC for 15th straight win
- COLLEGE ROUNDUP: Darton baseball, softball keep winning streaks alive
- Cavs win district title, punch ticket to nationals
- Darton golf close to 13th straight nationals berth
- Albany State baseball finishes SIAC slate unbeaten
- Ware will transfer to Georgia State
- Pacers rally, even series with Hawks
- Braves manage three hits in 1-0 loss to Marlins
- BRAVES NOTEBOOK: Varvaro lighting up radar gun
- Former NFL wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson arrested
- Braves Minor set to return
- Braves fall to Mets in 14 innings
- BRAVES NOTEBOOK: Harang emerging as essential pitcher for Atlanta
- Phillies' Burnett outduels Braves' Wood for 1-0 victory
- BRAVES NOTEBOOK: Johnson back in lineup, moved to seventh spot
- BRAVES NOTEBOOK: Pitcher Santana making the most of his opportunity
- GISA STATE SOCCER TOURNAMENT: Deerfield, Sherwood teams advance to quarterfinals
- Dougherty to name former Harlem Globetrotter Randolph as hoops coach
- Four Lee County standouts sign college scholarships
- Terrell County runs away with Region 1-A track & field titles
- Westover sweeps Region 1-AAAA meet; Bainbridge boys take 1-AAAAA title
- Deerfield-Windsor track & field teams roll to region titles
- Three SW Georgia schools ask GHSA to reconsider classification
- Glover’s big game leads Deerfield past Southland
- Monroe girls, Westover boys take Westover Relays
- O'Neal leading Patriots into Westover Relays