CCA Georgia Benefit: Fly Fishing Film Tour (March 30th, 2022)

The annual Fly-Fishing Film Tour is a traveling roadshow of the best fly-fishing films in the world. Through a submission process, films are selected to bring some of the best content to the big screen in your hometown.

The F3T is more than just the film, our shows aim to create community, inspire, encourage and support conservation efforts worldwide.

Each evening is complete with a live emcee, raffle & door prizes from our premium sponsors, local fly shops and more. Come for the action, stay for the camaraderie, all while helping to raise money for the waters we love.

So, get ready to kick back, drink a beer or your beverage of choice, enjoy the cinematography that will get you stoked on the season ahead.

Get tickets for the tour or find out more info on our Schedule & Tickets page  Click Here  or at a partnered fly shop. Stay tuned for news about exclusive benefits and perks offered to our Outside+ members Click Here . To Follow the F3T on social media @flyfishingfilmtour for more information Click Here

Fish Shocking in the Landings’ Lagoons (March 2022)

Volunteers Are Needed!

This year we will be conducting our Electro- Fishing project on March 8th and 9th.
Electro -Fishing is one of the tools we use to determine the health of our lagoon which we use for stocking in April. Using a boat that sends a a slight shock to the water we scoop fish, weigh, measure, and release.


Anyone interested in watching or participating please send an e-mail to Rich Hackett at or call 922-598-9185 and you will be included.

We will meet at The Public Works building each day of the event at 8:30. We plan to shock 15 lagoons each day and will take most of the day. Please arrive in a golf cart if possible and bring your lagoon guide if you have one. You may watch or help scoop as time permits

Rich Hackett

H 922-598-9185
C 330-564-8971





Partners in conservation launch ReleaSense initiative


Partners in conservation launch ReleaSense initiative

Collaborative effort to make best catch-and-release practices, research available to anglers

Shimano, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Harte Research Institute (HRI) for Gulf of Mexico Studies and Coastal Conservation Association (CCA) are proud to announce the launch of a cooperative effort called ReleaSense to promote and enhance the traditional role of anglers as leaders in saltwater fisheries conservation Continue reading “Partners in conservation launch ReleaSense initiative”

Skidaway Chapter – June Meeting & Seminar 6/11/18

The incredible biodiversity of our coastal area will be the topic of the CCA of Skidaway’s June meeting and seminar to be held on Monday, June 11, at St. Peter’s Church beginning at 7:00 pm.  The presenter will be Captain John “Crawfish” Crawford , Senior Naturalist, Marine Operations Supervisor at the Marine Extension and Georgia Sea Grant, Skidaway Island.

Capt. John will talk about the exciting biology of the live specimens he will bring to the event.  Snakes, turtles, lizards, horseshoe crabs, and other marine life may be a part of the menagerie.  His presentation will include lots of hands-on time with the “critters.” Continue reading “Skidaway Chapter – June Meeting & Seminar 6/11/18”

Skidaway Chapter – May Meeting & Seminar 5/14/18

The Landings lagoon system and its importance to our area’s ecosystem will be the topic of the CCA of Skidaway’s May meeting and seminar to be held on Monday, May 14, at St. Peter’s Church beginning at 7:00 pm.  Sean Burgess, The Landings Association’s Environmental Manager, will be the featured speaker.  Sean will also give attendees an update on the work being done on the sprayfield off McWhorter, as well as other areas of local interest.

Sean will offer an overview of The Landings lagoon system design, function and uses.  In addition, he will take a look at the fishery management programs created jointly by CCA and The Landings Association that have produced one of the best freshwater fisheries in our area. Continue reading “Skidaway Chapter – May Meeting & Seminar 5/14/18”

CCA Georgia Skidaway Island Chapter 2018 Banquet

The Coastal Conservation Association of Georgia
Skidaway Island Chapter


Cordially invites you to attend the

19th Annual
Banquet & Auction
The Landings Plantation Club Ballroom
Skidaway Island, Georgia
Thursday, April 19, 2018
6:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.

Cash Bar
Dress: Smart Casual
Your paid tickets held at the door
For further information call
Bill Schwickrath 912-598-5320

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Landmark Legislation to Benefit Saltwater Anglers Advances in U.S. House

Landmark Legislation to Benefit Saltwater Anglers Advances in U.S. House

House Natural Resources Committee Approves Magnuson-Stevens Reauthorization Bill

 Washington, D.C. – December 13, 2017 – Today, the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources approved H.R. 200, a bill sponsored by Congressman Don Young (R-Alaska) that amends the 1976 Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act to provide flexibility for fishery managers and stability for fishermen. A coalition of organizations representing the saltwater recreational fishing and boating community endorsed Continue reading “Landmark Legislation to Benefit Saltwater Anglers Advances in U.S. House”