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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

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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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GEORGIA HUNTING & FISHING FEDERATION
PO BOX 154
HOBOKEN, GEORGIA 31542
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11th Annual GHFF Pheasant Shoot - Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - 11th Annual GHFF Pheasant Shoot
Owen Farm in Alapaha, Georgia

11th Annual GHFF Pheasant Shoot-February 4th & February 18th, 2017

200 Bird Shoot ~ Continental Style
Registration 8:00 am
Shoot Starts 9:00 am
Lunch to be served 12:00pm
Only 20 Spots Available for each Shoot
$225.00 per Shooter

Payment includes a 1-year membership to GHFF, Hat or T-Shirt, and Lunch
Payment must be received in-order to be put on sign-up sheet
Payment must be paid in full before the shoot

Call 229-445-0804 to Book Your Spot
Shooters must have a valid Georgia Hunting License

OR
2 year Shooting Preserve License $12.00 are available @ www.gohuntgeorgia.com/licenses-permits-passes#Recreational_Licenses_and_Passes

For more Information Contact
Ronnie Gaskins
229-445-0804
ronniegaskins@gh-ff.org


Directions: Take US 82 to Alapaha, go South on Highway 129 thru town and turn West on Lenox-Alapaha Road go 2 miles to field on right
Watch for signs
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Old Plank Road Baptist Church Men's Outing
The Georgia Hunting and Fishing Federation (GHFF) held its 11th Annual Pheasant Shoot on Saturday, March 4th, on the Owen Farm in Alapaha, Georgia.

Old Plank Road Baptist Church Men's Outing - Pheasant Shoot @ Owen Farm in Alapaha, GA to support the Georgia Hunting and Fishing Federation. Day started with ...breakfast at Aunt Jans Kitchen (great place to eat) and ended with dinner at Ray's Millpond Cafe (best catfish). Great day of fellowship and Bro Larry gave a short message on integrity. Only took one group this time (sign up is 20 max per group). Going to need several groups next time as this group filled up fast and others wanting to go.

GHFF Pheasant Shoot - March 4th

GHFF Pheasant Shoot Group Picture March 4th, 2017 GHFF Pheasant Shoot Blane March 4th, 2017

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Outdoors with Ken Cook
Lanier County Advocate

Flying High and Fast

The Georgia Hunting and Fishing Federation (GHFF) held its 11th Annual Pheasant Shoot on Saturday, February 4th, on the Owen Farm in Alapaha, Georgia.

It was the first of three fund-raising shoots planned for the year. The second event will take place on Saturday, February 18, and the third shoot on March 4. All shoots take place on the Owen Farm and begin at 9:00 AM.

Each shoot is available to 20 shooters who reserve a spot and pay their $225 shooting fee. Payment includes a one-year membership to GHFF plus a cap or shirt and a delicious catered lunch on the day of the shoot. Reserve your spot on the next two shoots by calling Ronnie Gaskins at 229-445-0804 or emailing ronniegaskins@gh-ff.org. The first event was a sell-out.

Continental pheasant shoots are exciting, safe, and produce take-home meat for the sportsman’s table. The layout is a harvested field where ten, round hay bales (two shooters per bale) are positioned 70 yards apart and 110 yards from the peanut wagon in the center of a circle where the pheasants were released. After the release of twenty birds, shooters rotate to the next hay bale.

On the day of the first shoot, we had a brisk wind which caused the birds, when released, to gain altitude fast and achieve a high rate of speed. These shoots separate the “men from the boys” and will test your aim/lead, your shells, and your shotgun. The pick-up tally at end of the shoot produced 166 hens and roosters and only 36 pheasants successfully reached the wood line safely. An 82% percentage is respectable under prevailing conditions.

Danny Roberson, owner of Roberson Farm Kennels, a South Georgia Labrador retriever breeder and trainer and GHFF partner, provided handlers and pick-up dogs that showed us energetic and obedient dog work all morning.

The GHFF was founded in 2003 and is a solid grassroots organization dedicated to protecting our hunting heritage, introducing youth to hunting and fishing, and safeguarding our interests in the halls of the Georgia Legislature and the Department of Natural Resources. I have been a member for several years and I fully support and applaud GHFF for its programs and activities. I strongly urge all Georgia sportsmen to go to their website, www.gh-ff.org and see what they do and also join the organization. An annual membership is only $25.

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GHFF Pheasant Shoot - February 4th

GHFF Pheasant Shoot Group Picture with 166 Pheasants February 4th, 2017 4 Generations Derrell Danforth, Brent Danforth, Bryce Danforth, and Jo Jo Griffin at GHFF Pheasant Shoot

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America's Wounded Marines Hog Hunting - Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation - America's Wounded Marines Hog Hunting

On February 24 & 25 the Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation collaborated with Service for Service to take some of America's Wounded Marines hog hunting. A great day was had by all, could not have ask for a better day of Hog Hunting.

Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation collaborated with Service for Service to take some of America's Wounded Marines hog hunting Georgia Hunting & Fishing Federation collaborated with Service for Service to take some of America's Wounded Marines hog hunting

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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
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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 Trappers Association

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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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