Specifically, those of you living in northeast Georgia or NW South Carolina. My land along Lake Russell is heavily wooded. Whenever I walk through the woods, I run into spiders webs that span up to 6 feet between trees. I do not recognize them and I do not think they are a danger to me, but it is very annoying to be removing web from my face every few minutes.
Some spiders are the size of a nickel with a bulbous body and some are long and skinny.
So what are they and what months are they building these huge webs?
For some, the logic is crystal clear. Web on me, spider on me. Many spin the web just about head high which makes the experience for some just too much to manage. I have seen people have a panic attack and strip down just to get the web off. They may not be poisonous, but most a big and ugly enough to scare most people.
When young, I would spend time using them for target practice with my pellet rifle.
If interested the attached link is a good reference.
Common Spiders of NC.pdf