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Two Cited for Illegal Gillnetting on Lake Oconee
Two Cited for Illegal Gillnetting on Lake Oconee

A surveillance operation by rangers with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources recently resulted in citations being issued against two men for illegally gillnetting fish on Lake Oconee in Greene County, authorities say.

The men were found in the possession of about 150 pounds of assorted fish, including white bass, crappie, hybrid and striper, Georgia Department of Resources Wildlife Law Enforcement Division Capt. Mark Padgett said.

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