A COUPLE OF DAYS AGO WE PUBLISHED THIS PICTURE FROM ONE OF OUR FISHING READERS IN GEORGIA'S SEA ISLANDS CAPT.Richie Lott
Obviously the Red Snapper Season is progressing nicely. But the Georgia Department of Natural Resources also sent the notice we are reprinting below the image of Capt. Richie's son and his red scaly pal. They'd like a little research assistance from those of you participating in this successful season. So please scroll down and read what the Georgia DNR has to say. If you're not in the sea Islands of Georgia and fishing with Capt. Richie right now.....you have our condoilences.
NOAA Fisheries to Allow Limited Recreational Harvest of
Red Snapper in July 2014
Georgia DNR Needs Help From Anglers
NOAA Fisheries has announced that anglers will be allowed to harvest red snapper in federal waters of the South Atlantic on the following dates:
If you decide to fish for red snapper, there are several ways you can help the Georgia DNR collect valuable data:
1. You can place your filleted red snapper carcass in a chest freezer located at public fishing access points along the Georgia Coast. Map of participating marinas and chest freezer locations.
2. You can provide information about each of your fishing trips by completing a brief Red Snapper Fishing Survey.
For more information click the Limited Harvest of Red Snapper to be Allowed in July press release on CoastalGaDNR.org.
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