Angler’s Guide to Georgia State Parks

Georgia’s 45 developed state parks span the state from the Blue Ridge Mounatains to the Atlantic Ocean. All but one offer fishing oppportunities. Whether it is trout fishing in cold-water streams, warm-water lakes, ponds and major reservoirs, or targeting saltwater species on the coast, the park system has it all. By Polly Dean & Jimmy Jacobs 195 pages 148 B&W Photographs $22.95 + $2.50 shipping


Brook Trout in Dixie

The native Southern Appalachian brook trout figure prominently in the lore and legend of the uplandsof the South. In recent yearsit has been discovered that the fish also differ from their northern cousins. From Virginia to North Georgia things are looking up for the native brook trout. by Jimmy Jacobs 102 pages 80 Color Photographs $19.95 + $2.50 Shipping


Fly Fishing for Peach State Trout

Georgia boasts more than 4,000 miles of trout wter in its mounatinous northern third, of which more than 1,500 miles hold wild, streambred brook, brown and rainbow trout. Those water range from small high-altitude creeks and medium-sized streams to free-flowing rivers and large tailwaters. By Jimmy Jacobs 250 pages 52 B&W Photographs $19.95 + $2.50 Shipping


Hiking Georgia

A Guide to the State’s Greatest Hiking Adventures by Jimmy Jacobs 352 pages 80 Color Photographs $24.95 + $2.50 Shipping


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