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GON January 2023 Issue

January 2023: Vol. 37, No. 1 Land managers hate them, but hogs are thriving on some WMAs. Hog hunting is fun, and they can be good eating. Photo By  Tommy Kirkland   Articles available to paid GON subscribers January Feature Articles No hindsight ip unit displayed. Guide To Hunting Public-Land Hogs Hog hunting is allowed…

GON December 2022 Issue

December 2022: Vol. 36, No. 12 Imagine this giant 16-point at 7 yards!  Terry Hollis made the chip shot count on this Gwinnett County buck. Photo By  Chandler White   Articles available to paid GON subscribers   December Feature Articles No hindsight ip unit displayed. Time To Move For Late Season Deer As the rut…

GON November 2022 Issue

November 2022: Vol. 36, No. 11 Photo By Tommy Kirkland   Articles available to paid GON subscribers   November Feature Articles No hindsight ip unit displayed. Hunt Junctions To Get Your Buck Find these hotspots of deer activity for success, especially on public land with lots of hunter pressure. Trapping Works Landowners see an explosion…

GON October 2022 Issue

October 2022: Vol. 36, No. 9 Clay Johnson with his 150-inch velvet 14-point buck killed on opening day of bow season in Harris County. Photo By Scott Hodges   Articles available only to paid GON subscribers   October Feature Articles The GON Rut Map Guide to the traditional timing for the rut peak across Georgia. Reading…

GON September 2022 Issue

September 2022: Vol. 36, No. 9 Deer season is here! We are blessed with plenty of deer—not to mention big bucks and a long season. Be safe, and enjoy! Cover Photo By Tommy Kirkland   These articles are only available to paid GON subscribers   September Feature Articles Is Hunting With Traditional Bows For You? Passionate…

GON August 2022 Issue

August 2022: Vol. 36, No. 8   These articles are only available to paid GON subscribers August Feature Articles   Union County Bucks From Days Gone By A 1969 buck was finally officially measured, and it’s the new No. 1 buck of all-time for this mountain county. Wolf Pack Bass Target schools of bass that move…

GON July 2022 Issue

July 2022: Vol. 36, No. 7 July Feature Articles Twelve Tips For State Park Deer Hunts Success rates are phenomenal on the quota deer hunts at Georgia State Parks, but the hunting is sure different. Ag-Pro GON Outdoor Blast Countdown Time Check out the new events for the July 29-31 Blast.  Lake Juliette Summertime Linesides…

GON June 2022 Issue

June 2022: Vol. 36, No. 6 A big diamondback rattlesnake is an awe-inspiring sight. GPS studies reveal their secretive lives. Photo By Warren Bond Jr. June Feature Articles Georgia’s Astounding Year Of Record Fish The Satilla River’s on fire, plus four state-record fish in five months and a slew of new lake and river records.  Unlocking…

GON May 2022 Issue

May 2022: Vol. 36, No. 5   May Feature Articles Big-Fish Time For Coosa River Catfish Big blues and flatheads, along with channel catfish and striped bass, are hitting live and cut bait on the Coosa in May.  Studying Coyote Movement Through GPS Biologists are learning more about the movements of coyotes and how breeding…

GON April 2022 Issue

April 2022: Vol. 36, No. 4   April Feature Articles Long Range Gobblers A bird gobbling far off over a couple of ridges can hear your calls much better than you think. Here’s how to work him.  Punching Mats And Froggin’ For Eufaula Bass All that shallow vegetation on Lake Eufaula means there are bass…

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