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2017 Atlanta Banquet

The CCA Atlanta Chapter partnered with Sweetwater Brewing to hold our annual banquet fund raiser. To build on a platform from previous success our goal is provide a fun and relaxed atmosphere for our members to enjoy a night for conservation. It is our goal as a chapter to provide an experience that can be …

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Fwd: New National Fisheries Chief Addresses Anglers’ Concerns

CCA General Header New National Fisheries Chief Addresses Anglers’ Concerns Chris Oliver, the nation’s newest head of the National Marine Fisheries Service, responds in his first interview specifically on matters of importance to recreational anglers. This past June, Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross named Chris Oliver as assistant administrator for NOAA Fisheries. His responsibility is …

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Habitat License Plate

Georgia’s Marine Habitat License Plate During the 2016 session of the Georgia General Assembly, members of the Coastal Conservation Association spearheaded an effort to get coastal legislators to amend Georgia law to authorize

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Our Mission

CCA-GA is the Georgia affiliate of the Coastal Conservation Association, a national 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, with over 100,000 members. The objective of CCA is to conserve, promote, and enhance the present and future availability of our coastal marine resources for the benefit and enjoyment of the general public. On a local, state and national level, …

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Call To Action – The Shrinking Red Snapper Season – Let Your Voice Be Heard!

Call to Action CCA of Georgia Members Urged to Assist Our Gulf State Neighbors! Recreational fishermen along the Gulf of Mexico have been crowded into a very small corner when it comes to the red snapper fishery. NOAA has already awarded 70% of the commercial fishery to 55 individuals who do not even fish. These …

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Troupe Creek Artificial Reef

ENCHANCEMENT OF THE TROUPE CREEK INSHORE ARTIFICIAL REEF IN GLYNN COUNTY, SAINT SIMONS ESTUARY Concrete/PVC attractors will be placed inside steel drum frames and deployed on the reef to resurrect the original reef, much of which has been

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Savannah Reef Habitat Enhancement

One of the four 2015-2016 Habitat Enhancement Projects recently completed ENHANCEMENT OF THE SAVANNAH REEF 6 NAUTICAL MILES SOUTHEAST OF TYBEE ISLAND The project will involve deployment of 192 poultry transport cages and other suitable materials.

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