Georgia Fishing License and Places to Stay

If you are planning a great family getaway somewhere in Georgia, the first thing you will need is a place to stay. Naturally, you will want to find somewhere close to what you are after. Let’s say that you want to do some sightseeing and shopping in Helen; then downtown would be the ideal location for you to lodge. Or if you are more into hiking and fishing you would do better to stay somewhere like Cedar Creek in Helen. There you can enjoy the great outdoors and take in all the beautiful surroundings. Here’s how to get your Georgia fishing license and places to stay while in Georgia.Tranquility Cabin

fishingA fishing trip is always fun for families with children of all ages, but there are some things to consider before you go. You will want to contact the Wildlife Resource Division to see what type of Georgia fishing license if any you may need. Anyone over the age of 16 must have a fresh and saltwater license. An I.D. may be required so be sure to have one on hand. Of course, there is always an exception to every rule. So you do not need to have a license to fish in private ponds unless owned by the government or county.

The license is very inexpensive and easy to gain. You can call and order them, get them online, or simply go to the wildlife resource center and pick up your Georgia fishing license. Also while you are there be sure to pick up a fishing guide that tells you about the limitations and regulations. You don’t want a trip ruined by unknowingly doing something you weren’t supposed to. In order to plan your trip accordingly check out the fishing hot spots in North GA.

Spending time with family is fun and being together is the most important thing. So be wise and always plan ahead so you know what to expect when you get there. Contact us or any offices that can help regarding what you might need to know to stay safe and be sure that you have your Georgia fishing license when you go.