In this month’s issue, writer Beth Graham takes us on a fried fish and hushpuppy-fueled road trip to some of her favorite Southern fish camps. “Originally a place for fishermen to hang their waders for the night and fry up their daily catch, today’s fish camps still offer some of the best fishing, but also the best eating.”
But fish camps are changing with the times as well. Case in point, the Tybee Island Fish Camp in Georgia, which opened in a 1950s cottage but is anything but rustic. Take a look!
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