Angler’s Guide to Georgia State Parks

Georgia’s 45 developed state parks span the state from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Atlantic Ocean. All but one offer fishing opportunities. 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 + $2.00 shipping


Camping Georgia

Campsites included are in remote wilderness areas, near cities, along raging rivers, and by popular lakes. Camping Georgia privides easy-to-use maps and charts to help you choose teh perfect public site for your next camping trip. By Polly Dean & Jimmy Jacobs 188 pages 52 B&W Photographs $19.95 + $2.00 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 + $2.00 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 + $2.00 Shipping


Hiking Georgia – 5th Edition

Descriptions and directions for 79 featured hiking destinations throughout Georgia. Three new hikes added, new photos, updated maps and trail descriptions. By Jimmy Jacobs 352 pages 80 Color Photographs $24.95 + $2.00 Shipping


Fly-Fishing the South Atlantic Coast

A guide to finding places to fly-fish the coast from small boats, the shore or by wading. By Jimmy Jacobs 350 pages 62 B&W Photographs $18.95 + $2.00 Shipping


The Cerdo Grande Conspiracy – A Novel

Riley Bright has lost his girlfriend and is stalled in a dead end career when he joins his buddy Chick Malor for an evening in the watering holes of Atlanta’s fabled Poncey-Highlands district. He awakens the next morning with a hangover to find he and Chick are on a spur-of-the-moment road trip to the Georgia coast. There they fall in with an untalented street singer and a Boston blue-blooded yachtsman for a sea voyage down the South Atlantic coast to the American tropics. Along the way strife arises among the crew for the attention of beautiful and strong-willed Capt. Carla Mays, who is in command of the boat. Riley and Chick are forced to jump ship at Key Largo and catch a ride down the island chain to Key West. Arriving at the island at the end of America, Chick accidentally releases a domestic pig, leading to a brawl between some bikers and locals over the hog. When the swine is sentenced to castration and life in a petting zoo, the duo reunites with Capt. Mays and recruits a colorful group of co-conspirators in a plot to break the pig out the zoo and spirit it off the island by boat. Pursued by the local police down Duval Street in the midst of the annual Fantasy Fest carnival, the gang of pig-nappers blunder into a confrontation between the Coast Guard and DEA with a band of smugglers on a strip of sand where a men’s’ choral group is having a rowdy beach party. It’s the perfect prescription for chaos under a tropical moon! By Jimmy Jacobs 368 pages $15.99 + $2.00 Shipping


Moonlight Through The Pines

Twelve campfire stories of Southern humor and nostalgia. The Art of Eating Crow, Turtle Grabbing, The Cultural History of Grits & More. By Jimmy Jacobs 116 pages 14 B&W Illustrations by Cal Warlick & Zane Jacobs $7.95 + $2.00 Shipping


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