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Saturday, Aug 2, 2014

Search for native stripers is elusive

Despite finding healthy numbers of adult stripers, each year, the quest for true native fish remains as elusive as ever.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Show lures in fishemen

FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Fishermen are always eager to try out the newest baits at sporting goods stores each spring, but people like Steve Knight are equally fascinated with the lures of the distant past.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, July 5, 2014

Savannah River is subject of two recent studies

Two recent studies of the Savannah River offer differing viewpoints.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Structure's fate stays wrapped in red tape

I've covered lots of slow-moving issues over three decades in Augusta, but nothing seems as stubbornly stagnant as New Savannah Bluff Lock & Dam.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Pavey: Getting to fishing spot is worth the effort

There is something truly irresistible about the segment of the Savannah River upstream from the Augusta Canal headgates.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, May 31, 2014

Serpentarium fun for people of all ages

Anne Clamp and her colleagues at the Edisto Island Serpentarium spend their summers helping kids learn new things about the outdoors - even after school is out.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, April 19, 2014

Pavey: Problems lead to closure of popular landing

For as long as anyone can remember, the boat ramp at Bluff Landing Road near Jackson has offered visitors unfettered access to the Savannah River.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, April 12, 2014

When 'Haywood Calls' turkeys respond

Tyler James wanted a career that would keep him close to the things he loves the most, including his family and the great outdoors.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, April 5, 2014

Pavey: Thurmond Lake catfish worth fighting for

Marshall White, of Edgefield, S.C., landed a 57-pound, 8-ounce flathead catfish with a tiny spinnerbait and 12-pound test line.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, March 1, 2014

'Grier's Almanac': A weather forecast you can count on

Old timers swear by the almanac's uncanny accuracy, so I decided to check the daily forecast for Tuesday, Feb. 11 (the night our big ice storm started). The forecast: "snow and ice." I was amazed.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Feb. 22, 2014

Cabela's mourns loss of patriarch

Even as it prepares to open its first store in Georgia, Cabela's is also mourning the loss of co-founder and patriarch Dick Cabela, who died last week at his home in Nebraska.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Feb. 15, 2014

Pavey: Power outages gave us lesson in preparedness

Would you make it on the prairie? That's the stereotypical litmus test that determines if you'd survive among the elements without the many comforts we take for granted.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014

Cabela's keeps their promise

A promise made is a promise kept for Cabela's. Their proof is "in the pudding" so to speak, as the company's 42,000 square foot "outpost" store continues toward completion.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Feb. 1, 2014

Passing by young bucks pays off

Passing by young bucks and allowing them to grow to maturity certainly pays off, allowing a greater percentage of them to survive and grow into much larger bucks.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014

Pavey: Special hunt authorized in S.C. for troublesome seabirds

The double crested cormorant has become so problematic in South Carolina that state officials are resorting to lethal means to reduce the fish-foraging flocks on the Santee Cooper lakes.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Jan. 18, 2014

Archaeologists zero in on Revolutionary War battle site

A high-stakes hunt for history has been quietly under way this winter at Tuckahoe Wildlife Management Area in Screven County, Ga.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014

Pavey: Hunting accidents a necessary, but unpleasant topic

Hunting accidents are never pleasant to talk or write about, but they are necessary to discuss in order for outdoorsmen and women to learn valuable lessons.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Jan. 4, 2014

Don't blame Corps of Engineers for rising water

Some folks tried to blame the Corps of Engineers for stealing all the water, rational minds know the lake's fluctuations are governed by Mother Nature.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Dec. 28, 2013

Wildlife programs to boost in 2014

Georgia wildlife programs should be able to expect a financial boost in 2014, as firearms sales will likely continue on its upward trend of recent years.
By Rob Pavey

Saturday, Dec. 21, 2013

Second rut is good time to be in the woods

I'm now a firm advocate of spending some extra time in the woods in late December, when there are fewer hunters around, and the bucks are once again on the move.
By Rob Pavey

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