This beautiful bass was caught from a kayak in Floyd County on Feb. 6. Seth Lassitter, of Dalton, caught this 11.5-lb. largemouth on a square-bill crankbait in a red-craw pattern he designed and had made by Line Out Custom Tackle.
Mason Sudderth, 17, of Hartwell, with an Elbert County 6-point killed on Jan. 10, the final day of the season.
George McCook, of Chester, with a Dodge County 4-pointer killed Jan. 4 that had already lost one side of its rack.
Irby Edwards, of Washington, killed this big 8-point buck in Greene County on Oct. 21. The buck was feeding on acorns just inside a thicket.
On Oct. 21, Glenn Carr, of Gray, shot this Wilkinson County buck while hunting with his muzzleloader.
Bartow County produced this 9-pointer buck on Oct. 21 for Ellis Bramblett, of Adairsville.
Alto’s Bryan Wright with his Madison County 8-pointer killed on Oct. 21.
Zebulon’s Bobby Berry saw this buck opening morning of the 2014 season in Spalding County but couldn’t get a shot. A year later on the 2015 gun season opener, Bobby downed the 12-pointer.
Bobby Carter caught and released this beautiful 25-inch redfish Jan. 30 while fishing the backwaters of Brunswick. He was using a live shrimp under a Lindy Little Joe cork.
Kelly Bagwell, of Carrollton, with a nice flathead catfish she caught on the Coosa River in August. Kelly was fishing with live shad.
When your hog takes up most of the boat, it’s a good one! Frank Lang shot this big wild pig on public land in Chatham County last March. It weighed 287 pounds. Frank said he shot the hog with his Marlin .444 during the middle of the day—while scouting for a place to hunt hogs.
This Macon County gobbler has some interesting white coloration in its fan. Bob Collier, of Montezuma, shot this bird on the last day of the season last year. He said he killed one the year before with similar white tail feathers.