2018 NANFA Convention June 7-10, 2018

Young Harris College, Young Harris, Georgia

The 2018 NANFA Convention is being co-hosted by Dr. Johnathon Davis and Michael Wolfe on the campus of Young Harris College on June 7-10. Young Harris College is a private, liberal arts institution in the beautiful mountains of Northeast Georgia. The campus is located just two hours from Atlanta, Asheville, Chattanooga and Greenville.

A registration page will be established by the end of December that will allow you to sign up and pay online.

Young Harris will not only be the venue for the 2018 NANFA Convention but will also provide us with our lodging and other accommodations. We will all be able to spend time together and will have pretty much everything we need right there on campus. We will have more details on rooms and expenses soon, but in general everyone will have their own bedroom and share common space with others.

This location will give us access to 6 major watersheds with a 2 hour drive (Tennessee, Coosa, Chattahoochee, Ocmulgee, Oconee, and Savannah) so there will be lots to see whether you are coming to Georgia with your seine or snorkel..

I am still working out details of what license will be required, but you can get 1 day non-resident fishing license and can extend them additional days. I would recommend that you wait until we have a more clear idea of what will be required before purchasing anything yet.

For additional information, if you would like to volunteer, or you have other questions, please contact:

Michael Wolfe 706-296-7731

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