A Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Fish Consumption Guidelines

 

 

 

Fishing is a popular pastime in Georgia. Not only does fishing give people an excuse to get away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, but it can also put a healthy, satisfying meal on the table. Fish is low in saturated fat, high in protein, and can have substantial health benefits when eaten in place of other high-fat foods. The quality of sport fish caught in Georgia is very good; however, low levels of some chemicals have been found in some fish. To help ensure the good health of Georgians, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources has developed guidelines for how often certain species of fish can be safely eaten.

 

A Woman’s Guide for Eating Fish - English Una Guía Para Las Mujeres Que Comen Pescados - Español
Coastal Georgia [Revised Jun 2008] Costero de Georgia [Revisado Jun 2008]
Coosa, Etowah, and Oostanaula Rivers [Revised Jun 2008] Ríos Coosa, Etowah, y Oostanaula [Revisado Jun 2008 ]
North Georgia [Revised Jun 2008] Norte de Georgia [Revisado Jun 2008]
Central and South Georgia [Revised Jun 2008] Centro y Sur de Georgia [Revisado Jun 2008]