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Blake and Doyle Hedgecock from Valdosta, GA, seen here holding the 4th place kingfish they caught off Steinhatchee while fishing in the "Rock the Dock" fishing tournament in Panacea, FL aboard the "Reel Footlong". Eric Hester, Mark Hodge, Tommy Hines, Trevor Bass and Brad Hodge from Newberry, FL, brought in this 48 pound and 68 pound cobia last Thursday on a spearfishing trip. Larry Martin from Covington, GA, caught this big Spainsh mackerel this week while fishing with Tommy Ballard.
Matthew Bradshaw caught the first place kingfish in the "Rock the Dock" fishing tournament out of Panacea, FL aboard the "Reel Footlong" fishing off Steinhatchee with Ray Hedgecock.
Ron Martin from Covington, GA caught this big 10lb jack crevalle last week while fishing with Tommy Ballard. Cary Crawford from Palatka, FL, is seen here with a nice gag grouper he caught this past weekend.
Steven Vick, Ashley Cowart, and Greg Coleman caught these big trout on a charter out of Sea Hag Marina. Bob O'Connor from, Buffalo, NY, caught this fine redfish aboard a Sea Hag rental boat last week while fishing with his son, Mike. Chris Mendez and David Hansen caught these and other fine trout aboard a Sea Hag rental boat last week. Nico Deese and Todd Stefanse from Gainesville, FL, caught these fine trout and Spainsh mackerel last week aboard a Sea Hag rental boat.
Johnny Castro landed this nice flounder while fishing from his personal watercraft next to his buddy, Patrick Mooneyhan Saturday.
Robin Pearson from Interlachen, FL and Cindy Johns from Keaton Beach caught their limits both days of fishing last week on New Penny Gulp! Ellen Wilkerson from Palatka, FL and Cindy Johns limited out 3 straight days last week on New Penny Gulp! Will Stroud, Trevor Tucker, Ryan Partridge, Robert Stroud, and TA Bowes brought in this fine catch of trout, Spanish mackerel and cobia last week while fishing off Keaton Beach. Dan Rogers from Cincinnati, OH, came down to Steinhatchee for a week of fishing and found this nice cobia hungry for a Sea Hag shrimp last week off Bull Cove.
Mickey Haddock from Ringgold, GA, caught this nice cobia while fishing aboard the "Billy Bee" Monday. Jeff Crews of Maclenny, FL, caught this 25.5" trout pre-fishing with Richard Berger for the UF Shands Health Fishing for Kids Tournament on April 24th.
Carol Walters missed out on this fine redfish last week when she told her husband, Charlie, she wanted to stay home. Steven Vick, Ashley Cowart and Greg Coleman from Savannah, GA, caught these big trout on a charter trip out of Sea Hag Marina last week.
Steve Wysocki and BK display with a fine board full of trout and Spanish mackerel they caught on a charter trip out of Keaton Beach Marina this week.
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Call the number above or fill out the contact form below for additional questions, availability, and detailed pricing. Skip Loaders are essentially small, medium, or large tractors with attachments added and are commonly used for ground preparation and grading on construction and landscaping sites. John and Johnny Varner from Atlanta, GA, along with Casey Barnett holding a nice gag grouper from a trip last weekend. Paul Nelson from Jacksonville, NC and Don Brandt from Norfolk, VA with a bucket full of nice trout and Spanish mackerel from a trip last Thursday. Look at these giant Florida Snapper Jason Boan caught last Thursday while fishing on the Catchin ZZZZ with Capt.
Roomy and comfortable 24' Carolina Skiffs powered by fuel efficient 90 HP Mercury Outboards.
Options abound when it comes to staying at the Sea Hag with our newly renovated "Shacks", with a wide selection of rooms and rates. Owen Waters landed this keeper redfish last week on his fly rod south of Dallus Creek last week.
Last week, Phil Evans from Gainesville, FL, found a huge school of redfish north of the river. Just ahead of last week's cold front, Robert Hobbs from Covington, GA and Tommy Ballard from St.
Roy Watson from Chattanooga, TN, caught this gator trout drifting the flats last sunday. Bring in this coupon to Steinhatchee Store and get a DOZEN FREE pinfish while supplies last!
There is no historical mention of the golfers who have fallen victim by the hordes by playing the golf course, the Creek at Hard Labor State Park. It is indeed a difficult golf course, the most difficult of the Georgia state park golf courses. The fairway races down like a ski slope and away from you, and is exceedingly hard to hit if you don't have a controlled fade, with thick trees on both sides, and especially if you've never played the course before and don't know its nuances. All this being said, the Creek at Hard Labor can be a very enjoyable day, especially with green fees in the $35-$45 range. First of all, it's in a beautiful setting, in a state park setting of course, which means it's a pastoral, home-free layout. It's laid out nicely in an upland pine and hardwood forest, with steep-walled creek bottoms and granite outcroppings.
There's also loblolly pine and flowering dogwood in this hilly part of the Piedmont, and it's a beautiful place to golf, especially in the fall and spring. The Creek at hard Labor: The VerdictAnd, in truth, the slope rating is only 133, though that seems a bit low to me.
The course is between Madison and Covington off Interstate-20, about an hour east of Atlanta. Veteran golf writer Tim McDonald keeps one eye on the PGA Tour and another watching golf vacation hotspots and letting travelers in on the best place to vacation.

Any opinions expressed above are those of the writer and do not necessarily represent the views of the management. Set just 10 miles north of the Texas Gulf Coast, The Wilderness in Lake Jackson is such a treat for the senses. Includes overnight accom­mo­da­tions at the Inn with unlim­ited golf for one golfer on the Chateau, Wood­lands and Par 3 golf courses.
The Creek at Hard Labor is the most difficult of the Georgia state park golf courses, but it is in a beautiful setting and manageable if you're on your game. Pink Shine Jerk Bait while fishing in the UF Health Shands Fishing for Kids Tournament Saturday.
Simons Island, GA, and Robert Hodge are seen here with a fine board full of big trout and redfish from this week. Straight boom lift models from quality aerial equipment manufacturers, including Genie, Terex, JLG, & Skyjack, provide lift capacities of over 500 lbs.
Aerial work platforms like the straight boom lift are commonly referred to as man lifts and are available in Mandeville, Hammond, Slidell, Picayune, Bogalusa, Metairie, Kenner, and Jefferson.
John Deere 210K EP Grading Tractor rentals, also called Landscape Loaders, are usually equipped with a front end loader bucket and a rear-mounted box scraper. Simons Island,GA and Robert Hobbs from Covington, GA, with a fine catch of trout and Spanish Mackerel from last Wednesday up near the Bird Rack on Pearl Gulp!
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But with green fees this low and such a beautiful setting, it can make for a very enjoyable day. The first hole, a disorienting, downhill par 4 that bends and shifts like a garter snake, is said by many golfers to be one of the most treacherous in the great state of Georgia. The Creek at Hard Labor isn't long at only 6,426 yards from the back tees, but it has awkward angles off the tee that, with all the elevation changes, can get you in a peck of trouble - those sounds you hear in the dense woods aren't hunters blasting their guns, they're the sound of golf balls smacking directly into a birch, sycamore, sweetgum or willow oak. It also happens to be one of the best places to see wildlife in north Georgia, with ducks, geese on the man-made lakes, deer, turkeys, river otters, beavers, and, of course, yellow-rumped warblers.
Still, the course is playable, if you hit to the right spots, avoid all the trouble and know how to use elevation to your advantage; hitting to the right spot in the fairway can get you a lot of extra roll.
They shut down the course for a summer a couple of years ago to install Champion Bermuda, and they are in terrific shape, with a great deal of slope and only moderate undulation, with a couple exceptions.
The park has 5,804 acres and camping, cottages, two lakes with a swimming beach and boat rental, 24 miles of hiking and horseback trails and picnic areas. Designed by Jeff Brauer, this municipal golf course is one of the best plays in the entire greater-Houston market, David R. However a variety of attachment tools may be installed making enabling these versatile machines to perform a variety of landscape, loading, and utility applications.

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