Pack Summer Fishing!

Hello, Pack 345

I’m excited about fishing next weekend!  We have made a few changes to our plans.  The biggest change – We are not planning to camp.  This will be a one-day Pack event (We have great camping opportunities planned in September and November).

In lieu of camping, we have added a visit to a very cool museum along our route home.

We are going to visit the Museum of Aviation!

Sign up here

Schedule

Saturday, July 24th, 2021

  • 9:00 AM to 9:15 AM Assemble and Check-in at the Georgia Go-Fish Center in Perry Ga. (Address below – We will meet in the parking lot)
  • 9:15 AM to Noon – Enjoy the aquarium, museum, and fishing ponds.
  • Noon to 1:00pm – Picnic lunch at the Go-fish center
  • 1:00 pm depart for the Museum of Aviation in Warner Robins Ga (30 minutes north – back towards Atlanta)
  • 1:30 to 4:00 PM – Enjoy the Museum of Aviation and depart when you are ready

 

Pack 345 will provide admission for both the Go-Fish Center and for the Museum of Aviation. Please sign-up using our registration link below. I will purchase tickets and we will pay as a group.

Sign up here

Family and siblings are invited!

Show your Pack 345 pride by wearing your Red pack T-shirt

It’s a long drive – About 2 hours and 15 minutes. Plan to leave Atlanta by 7am. Bring snacks and your lunch – It’s going to be a long, fun day!

 

About the Go-Fish Center

  • 1255 Perry Parkway, Perry, GA 31069, 478-988-6701
  • freshwater aquariums featuring trout, largemouth bass and more
  • Catch and release live fish in the stocked pond (poles and bait provided as a part of admission)
  • Interactive fishing and boating simulators
  • Self-Guided Hatchery tour
  • https://gofisheducationcenter.com/

About the Museum of Aviation

  • 1942 Heritage Blvd, Robins AFB, GA 31098
  • Indoor and outdoor Aircraft Exhibits (over 80 planes!)
  • Georgia Aviation Hall of Fame
  • Masks are required in the Museum
  • No Climbing onto or Entering Aircraft or Vehicles (Please help us remind our scouts)
  • https://museumofaviation.org/

What to bring:

  • Water bottle
  • Sunscreen and hat
  • Folding Chairs
  • Picnic/Bag Lunch/small cooler
  • Comfy shoes
  • Rain gear or umbrella

Other important notes:

  • It may be hot, be prepared
  • All fishing is Catch and Release
  • Go-Fish provides fishing poles and bait – no need to bring your gear
  • You can leave and re-enter the center with your ticket
  • They have limited staff you please help keep eyes on our kids (It takes a village!)
  • No swimming in the ponds
  • Go-Fish has Picnic tables onsite
  • Masking is required indoors for all participants – be aware we are in a public space and we cannot control other’s adherence to masking.

Less important (but still important) notes ?

  • You may arrive late or leave early if needed – Please sign-up so I can get your tickets to you.
  • Our Cubs do not need a fishing license
  • Individuals 16 and over must have a valid Georgia fishing license to catch and release fish (licenses can be purchased online or at the Go Fish admission counter).
  • You are welcome to bring Frisbees, balls, etc. to play with if the fishing is slow.
  • There are Gift Shops at both locations
  • There are pay $$ simulators at the Museum of Aviation
  • The Go Fish center has a shooting simulator indoors

 

Please email your Cubmaster if you have questions and please sign up here

 

Link to Maps

Go-Fish Center

Map of Museum of Aviation

 

 

 

 

 

 

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