Even at the tender age of 63, Alan Tindle from Clarksville, Ga., still looks forward to getting out on the water when the flowers and trees are blooming to enjoy what has become a lifetime tradition for him.
With the 2021 wild turkey season opening on March 20 in both game zones 1 and 2, there’s still a little time left for turkey hunters to make some critical last-minute preparations that will lead to at least one large bird flopping around on the ground due to your efforts.
This time last year, right before the world was thrust into the grips of the COVID-19 pandemic, Major League Fishing pro Marty Robinson was looking forward to the first week of March to travel to Lake Hartwell to do some bass fishing. Of course, there was money involved, as FLW was holding a high-profile open tournament.
For dedicated catfishermen, almost as much time is spent collecting bait as it is fishing for catfish. That usually means long hours after dark throwing a cast net in order to collect a cooler full of slimy, foul-smelling trash fish like shad.
The National Shoot to Retrieve Association is hosting its four-day 2021 Quail Forever event — a bird dog competition off Tokeena NSTRA Drive in Seneca — with 128 dogs competing and about 300 people participating from about 25 states.