Georgia Trappers Association August 2013 Report

President — Gene Pritchett, 107 Seaboard Road, Jesup, GA 31545; 912-586-6905; cell: 912-424-0438; Cep912@windstream.net

 

Vice President — Lewis Todd, 9969 Ga. Hwy 102 W, Mitchell, GA 30802; 706-598-2554; cell: 478-232-1040; geecheeriver@yahoo.com

Correspondence Secretary — Steve Rainey, 1923 Beattie Road, Albany, Ga 31707; 229-449-9533;
rcrainey@bellsouth.net

Membership Secretary/Treasurer — Holly Zerwig, P.O. Box 613, Metter, GA 30439; 912-682-7256; 912-314-3438; coonmanswife@gmail.com

Legislative Director — Lee Riley, 331 Lake Drive, Pine Mtn, GA 31822; 706-977-8108

NTA Director — Rusty Johnson, Rt. 1, Chula, GA 31733; 229-382-2499; cell: 229-445-1388;
rjcritter@bellsouth.net

F.T.A. Director ­— Mike Gibson, 912 Kersey Road, Elko, GA 30125; 478-952-2105

Executive Director — Randy Zerwig, 35978 Ga Hwy 23 N., Metter, GA 30439; 912-685-6222; cell: 912-682-7256; coonman1020@yahoo.com

General Organizer — Travis LeMay, P.O. Box 1564, McDonough, Ga 30253; 678-395-1708; cell: 678-395-1708; Itrapgak9.gmail.com

 

Membership Options:

• Regular membership including subscription to Trapper & Predator Caller — $25

• Lifetime membership with subscription to Trapper & Predator Caller — $300

 

Complete membership application on first page of association section and send dues to:

GTA, Membership Secretary/Treasurer

Holly Zerwig

P.O. Box 613

Metter, GA 30439

 

SECRETARY’S REPORT

On June 8 the GTA Directors held a meeting at Mike Gibson’s farm for the purpose of planning the annual convention.

This year’s convention will be 32nd annual convention! Dan Eaton is hosting the convention and it will be held near Augusta at the Columbia County Fairgrounds. This is an excellent site, as we held a convention there several years ago and it was very well attended.

The convention dates are September13 – 15. The motels are located at I-20 & Belair Road. For further information contact Dan at (706) 399-2561.

Make your plans to attend!

Well we can’t complain about the lack of rain this year! Here in Albany, June was the fourth wettest on record. The rivers and creeks haven’t had a chance to settle down all spring and summer which is putting a crimp in the fishing, but we need the water so bad it’s hard to complain.

When it finally started raining, that put the beavers on the move and they were about as common dead on the road as possums and armadillos!

Hope to see everyone at the convention. — Steve Rainey

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