The Hunters for the Hungry Program, sponsored by the Lanier Branch Quality Deer Management Association and Southern Heritage Land Co., runs through Sunday. Bring your field dressed deer to PK’s Deer Cooler on Buckhorn Circle. Skinned and quartered in a cooler is even better (it costs less). Contact 770-983-9081 for directions and information. All venison is ground and frozen then donated to local charities and food banks. Your donation is much appreciated and tax deductable.
Trout Unlimited, Gold Rush Chapter, meets the first Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m. in Dahlonega. New members from the surrounding area are welcome. For directions and more information, visit www.goldrushtu.org
The Blue Ridge Mountain Men, a muzzleloader and archery club located in Baldwin, holds a shooting session on the last Sunday of every month (except May and November). Shoots consist of range shooting, wood walks, silhouette targets, archery walks, canoe archery matches and primitive skills contests. Contact: Tony Johnson 678- 614-2321 or www.
Hooked on Jesus Bass Club of Habersham is looking for new teams. Contact: Ted Owenby 706-499-5232 or Tim Bowen 706-754-3719.
Lanier Bass Busters meetings are at 7 p.m. every second Monday of the month at Curt’s Cafeteria in Oakwood. Georgia boaters and nonboaters welcome. Contact: Emory Dunahoo Jr. 770-534-0314, 770-534-0005 or Bill Forrester 770-532-9298.
Lanier Bass Masters is seeking new members. The club fishes 12 tournaments per year (six on Lake Lanier). Contact: Jeff Giddens 770-967-9780 and 678-617-9389 or Randy Greene 678-947-6567 or 770-527-7557.
North Hall Bass Club is seeking new members. Contact: Robert Stapler 770-535-7515 or Phil Satterfield 706-864-4886.
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