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Office: 229-446-0600


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Tony Peeples donated a fishing charter for the GHFF EXPO silent auction, the participates had a great fight for 2hr 35mins landing this 10ft Lemon Shark

10ft Lemon Shark - Southernstyle Charters 10ft Lemon Shark - Southernstyle Charters
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Welcome to GHFF

The Georgia Hunting and Fishing Federation is a grassroots organization that is committed to promoting the outdoor sports. Founded in September 2003 hunters and fishermen from all over Georgia organized and held a rally in Blackshear, GA. with nearly 5000 folks in attendance. From this start GHFF has formed local chapters all over the state. The GHFF has worked with the legislation and DNR to preserve and protect some age old hunting traditions and to implement some changes to improve hunting and encourage kids to get involved in outdoor sports. The GHFF Expo is held each year to promote awareness of our organization and expose the public to the latest equipment and opportunities available in the great outdoors.



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Coming Events



2017 - 2018 Hunting Season - Youth Hunters

2017 - 2018 Hunting Season - Hunters






Join the Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation Today Join the Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation Today

Mail your donations to:
Make a One Time Donation -
Subscribe to a Monthly Plan
GEORGIA HUNTING & FISHING FEDERATION
PO BOX 154
HOBOKEN, GEORGIA 31542
Monthly Donation

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation's Hunters Dream Raffle - June 2018

JOIN THE FIGHT OR LOSE YOUR RIGHT!

Hunters Dream Raffle - June 2018

The GHFF Hunter's Dream Raffle tickets are now on sale. This raffle contains 30 guns and hunting equipment with a couple of hunting trips added to the prize list this year. For a chance to win a Remington deer rifle, a S & W pistol, or a SBE Benelli shotgun the tickets only cost less than $1 per day. We sell 1000 tickets numbered from 000 - 999 for $30 each then the winner is picked each day in June by the GA Lottery cash 3 noon picks. When ever the GA Lottery post the noon picks each day for the cash 3 game then we see who bought that number in our raffle to receive the gun or prize for that day.

To purchase a ticket get with an officer or director of GHFF or call Ronnie Gaskins 229-445-0804
If you can sell a book of tickets for us then get with Ronnie Gaskins or Linda Herrin 912-458-2028


The funds raised from this raffle all are used to protect and preserve the rights and heritage of hunting & fishing in Georgia.

JOIN THE FIGHT OR LOSE YOUR RIGHT!

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Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation's Berrien County Certified Literacy Program

Berrien County Certified Literacy Program is raising funds for Scohlarships to be awarded to Berrien County students.
If you like to shoot please consider this event.
Send your application for the shoot to;
Patsy Bach
1329 Aulie Gaskins Road
Ray City, Georgia 31645

Berrien County Certified Literacy Program

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DNR Law Enforcement Division - Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - DNR Law Enforcement Division

DNR Law Enforcement Division

DNR Law Enforcement Division

HIRING

Do you enjoy the outdoors? Do you enjoy serving others? Are you interested in a very rewarding and unique law enforcement career? If the answer is yes to these questions then we have good news...GA DNR Law Enforcement is HIRING. Go to the careers page of the DNR Law Enforcement Division website at www.gadnrle.org/careers-le to get more information on minimum qualifications, how to apply and our hiring process. We are accepting applications for the 2019 Game Warden Academy until May 31, 2018.

LICENSE PLATE

Do you know one of the best ways to protect our natural resources and to support the Game Wardens who enforce the conservation laws? Buy a Georgia DNR Law Enforcement License Plate. When you purchase the Game Warden plate, you can be assured that the funds received by the Division will go directly to protecting our beautiful natural resources. Visit www.gadnrle.org and click the license plate at the bottom of the page for more information

DNR Law Enforcement Division Tag

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Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - White/Habersham Chapter 3rd Annual Meeting

White/Habersham Chapter Annual Meeting

White/Habersham Chapter 3rd Annual Meeting - Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation

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Georgia Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources Division
Proposed Regulations

Georgia Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources Division

Proposed Regulations

Hunting
The purpose of hunting regulations is to manage Georgia's game birds and game animals according to principles of sound wildlife management and to meet public objectives for use of these renewable natural resources.
View Proposed Regulations
This proposed regulation modifies the department rule establishing the northern and southern zones as it relates to statutory legalities for hunting deer over bait. Changes to the existing rule are responsive to an Executive Order directing an expansion of the zones relating to hunting deer over bait to meet public objectives for use of the white-tailed deer resource. The comment period for this proposed regulation change closes on June 26, 2018.
The department will hold 2 public hearings to accept public comment on the proposed regulation. The public hearing dates/locations are:

June 19
7pm
Armuchee High School Auditorium
4203 Martha Berry Highway NW
Rome, GA

June 20
7pm
Augusta Tech Auditorium
388 Tech Dr. NW.
Thomson, GA

Submitting Comments

You may submit input for consideration into the development of proposed hunting regulations or, when proposals are available, comments regarding proposed hunting regulations in the following methods:

Email: gm.comments@dnr.ga.gov
Phone: 770-918-6404
Mail: Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division/2067 US Highway 278 SE/Social Circle, GA 30025

Fishing

Proposed Regulations
The Wildlife Resources Division and Coastal Resources Divisions are proposing several amendments to Commercial Fishing Rules 391-2-4 and 391-4-3. House Bill 208, signed into law by Governor Deal on April 25, 2017, resulted in significant changes to Title 27. These changes include the creation of a seafood dealer license and commercial species endorsements for the personal commercial fishing license; both of which will allow for improved management of commercial fishing in Georgia. The proposed amendments will align the regulatory definition of a seafood dealer with the legislative definition, create a definition for landed, modify reporting requirements and create 12 species endorsements required of commercial fishermen harvesting saltwater species. Three commercial species endorsements will also be created for commercial freshwater fishing in Rule 391-4-3.

View the Notice of Proposed Regulation Change outlining the public comment period and public hearing location and date. Complete details of the proposed rule change can be found on the Coastal Resources Divisions website.

Submitting Comments

Comments on the proposed rule changes closed on October 2, 2017.

Nongame

Proposed Regulations on Freshwater Turtle Regulations
The purpose of these regulations is to establish procedures for the export, farming and sale of native fresh-water turtles pursuant to O.C.G.A. 27-3-19.1. The following regulations prescribe the rules and regulations necessary to administer the export, farming, and sale of native fresh-water turtles under sound wildlife management practices.

View the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.

Submitting Comments

Comments on the proposed rule changes closed on March 8, 2018.

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Georgia Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources Division
Proposed Regulations

2017 - 2018 Hunting Season - Youth Hunters - Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club - 2017 - 2018 Hunting Season - Youth Hunters

2017 - 2018 Hunting Season - Youth Hunters

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Walker Smith’s first one he called by himself!

Walker Smith’s first one he called by himself

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Caiden Hardy age 7 got his First Turkey Saturday 3/17/18

Caiden Hardy age 7 got his First Turkey

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

12 year old Walker Smith got his first gobbler this morning ! Weighed 19 lbs and had 2 - Beards 10 & 6 inches & 1 inch spurs he rolled him in Coffee County Georgia

Walker Smith got his first gobbler in Coffee County Georgia

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Khloe Neugent killed her first deer while hunting with her father Kevin Neugent

Khloe Neugent killed her first deer while hunting with her father Kevin Neugent

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Tyson Crosby killed his 1st deer running dogs January 2018. Sisters Layla and Bella shared the fun!

Tyson Crosby killed his 1st deer running dogs January 2018. Sisters Layla and Bella shared the fun!

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Peyton Grantham 4 had a good week killing a doe and a 8 point buck sitting with his dad! Willachoochee, Georgia

Peyton Grantham 4 had a good week killing a doe and a 8 point buck sitting with his dad! Willachoochee, Georgia Peyton Grantham 4 had a good week killing a doe and a 8 point buck sitting with his dad! Willachoochee, Georgia

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Layton Abbott, 15 killed this unique racked Buck the weekend of December 16th, 2017 after splitting his ear a couple weeks earlier trying a head on shot.

Layton Abbott, 15 killed this unique racked Buck the weekend of December 16th, 2017 after splitting his ear a couple weeks earlier trying a head on shot.

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Weston Gage Johns 15, killed this Fine Buck in Berrien County on November 25th, 2017

Weston Gage Johns 15, killed this Fine Buck in Berrien County on November 25th, 2017

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Seth Reliford, 10 years old killed this Nice Buck on November 25th, 2017 in Berrien County

Seth Reliford, 10 years old killed this Nice Buck on November 25th, 2017 in Berrien County

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Mason Harrison age 7 killed his first deer on November 18, 2017, this nice 7 point buck. As the deer hunter tradition goes Mason got his face blooded on his first kill.

Mason Harrison age 7 killed his first deer on November 18, 2017, this nice 7 point buck As the deer hunter tradition goes Mason got his face blooded on his first kill

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Brantley Brown 4 years old, killed her first buck on November 19th, 2017 while hunting with her Dad Jeremy.

Brantley Brown 4 years old, killed her first buck on November 19th, 2017 while hunting with her Dad Jeremy

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Mattie Forsyth of Waycross killed her first deer, a big 8 point, while hunting in Atkinson County with her papa on November 4, 2017.

Mattie Forsyth of Waycross killed her first deer, a big 8 point, while hunting in Atkinson County

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

10 year old Jake Grantham of Willacoochee with a nice Atkinson County 7 point that he killed on October 27, 2017 while hunting with his dad.

10 year old Jake Grantham of Willacoochee with a nice Atkinson County 7 point

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2017 - 2018 Hunting Season - Hunters - Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club - 2017 - 2018 Hunting Season - Hunters

2017 - 2018 Hunting Season - Hunters

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

80 year old Lee Cornelius killed her 2nd big buck of the season January 5th, 2018.

Lee Cornelius, 80 years young killed this 8 pt. Bruiser buck while in Lowndes County

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Lee Cornelius, 80 years young killed this 9 pt. Bruiser buck while hunting with her daughter in Lowndes County

Lee Cornelius, 80 years young killed this 9 pt. Bruiser buck while hunting with her daughter in Lowndes County Lee Cornelius, 80 years young killed this 9 pt. Bruiser buck while hunting with her daughter in Lowndes County

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Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Tift-Turner Chapter News Letter - Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation

GHFF - Tift-Turner Chapter News Letter GHFF - Tift-Turner Chapter News Letter GHFF - Tift-Turner Chapter News Letter

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Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Waterfowl Hunters can make plans earlier in the year:
DATES AND SEASON REGULATIONS APPROVED

WATERFOWL HUNTERS CAN MAKE PLANS EARLIER IN THE YEAR: DATES AND SEASON REGULATIONS APPROVED

Georgia Department of Natural Resources - Wildlife Resources Division

Waterfowl hunters in Georgia can do something in May that they formerly were not able to - make season hunting plans. Thanks to a new earlier approval process by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, migratory bird season hunting dates and regulations were approved for the 2016-17 season by the Board of Natural Resources.

"The 2016-17 migratory bird hunting season will remain similar to previous years, including an early teal hunting season and special youth hunting days," said Greg Balkcom, state waterfowl biologist for the Wildlife Resources Division. "There is one noteworthy change this year, and it affects sea duck hunters who hunt offshore. The daily bag limit for sea ducks has been reduced to five and can include no more than four scoters, four eiders, or four long-tailed ducks."

MORE INFORMATION

Full News Release on Approved Waterfowl Regulations/Dates
2016-17 Waterfowl Dates/Limits
Buy a Hunting License

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30-30 Ministries - Youth Hunts - Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club - 30-30 Ministries - Youth Hunts

30-30 Ministries Free Youth Hunts

30-30 Ministries Georgia Camp Registration
To enter the drawing for Crappie Camp - Turkey/Trout Camp - Turkey Camp
parents need to sign their kids up at www.3030ministries.org/georgia.html.

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To keep dog hunting legal and restore the right to have fox pens in Florida

Keep Dog Hunting Legal

To help protect our right to dog hunt in southern states this will be shared. Florida lost the right on fox pens and this is a chance to regain the ability dismiss this rule. (68A-24.002 and 68A-9.002, F.A.C.,) that allowed for chasing foxes/coyotes in an enclosure.

That's why I signed a petition to Florida wildlife commission and Florida state legislature, which says:
"To keep dog hunting legal and restore the right to have fox pens in Florida"

Will you sign this petition?
Click here

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C. Mo's Kids - C. Mo's Kids - C. Mo's Kids - C. Mo's Kids - C. Mo's Kids

C. Mo's Kids

Our mission is to enrich the lives of special needs children by providing life-changing outdoor experiences that are exciting, fun and empowering, in a safe and accommodating environment. Our desire is to foster the development of self confidence and self-reliance through the provision of outdoor adventures including hunting, fishing and camping.

About C. Mo's Kids
C. Mo's Kids
PO Box 3068
Kingsland, GA 31548

Founder - Winston Barlow - 912-552-1820
President - Jamie Shuler - 912-276-4659

C. Mo's Kids - Douglas Georgia Face Book C. Mo's Kids - Camden County, Georgia Face Book C. Mo's Kids - Northeast Florida Face Book C. Mo's Kids - Oklahoma Face Book

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Hunters Helping Farmers - Hunters Helping Farmers - Hunters Helping Farmers

Hunters Helping Farmers - Georgia Department of Agriculture and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Hunters Helping Farmers

Hunters Helping Farmers is a new private lands initiative opportunity that seeks to match up hog hunters in the same county with farmers that need assistance with hog removal. This initiative is a partnership effort between the Georgia Department of Agriculture and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in order to help landowners manage the damaging impact of feral hogs.

This initiative is a partnership effort between the Georgia Department of Agriculture and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in order to help landowners manage the damaging impact of feral hogs.

Hunters Helping Farmers - Farmers/Landowner Application - Hunter Application

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Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - Club

Georgia Trappers Association

Georgia Trappers Association

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Advertise with Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation
We have attracted Hunters from all around the Country
Know you can let them find your Business or Organisation with just a Click on your Logo.

Contact Ronnie Gaskins for Details
advertise@gh-ff.org
229-445-0804


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