Realtree Kids – April 2020

Reader Contributed | March 27, 2020

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Carter Lawrence, 11, of Smithville, caught this 10.76-lb. largemouth on Aug. 10 in a Sumter County farm pond. He was fishing with a Mann’s Reel ’N Shad in watermelon flake.


What a buck for Christian Clark, of Fitzgerald. He took the deer on Nov. 10 while hunting in Irwin County.


Charlotte Vick, 3, of Rincon, with a nice largemouth caught in a private pond in Effingham County on July 14.


Allison Draper, Taylor Draper, Bentley Crone, Cameron Crone and Jacob Segars enjoyed a rabbit hunt with the Outdoor Dream Foundation in Franklin County on Feb. 22.


Joshua David is a proud young man after trapping his first raccoon. His trap line was set in Effingham County.


Payton Sills’ first buck was a heart shot. Payton, from Barney, took the deer in Cook County.


Adler Dickens, 7, of Loganville, shot his first deer, a big Walton County doe, on the afternoon of Jan. 10.


Audrey Jones, 10, was pretty stoked after taking her first deer while in Jackson County.


Branton Bray, 9, of Dalton, with a great Hancock County buck taken Dec. 19.


Houston Banks was hunting with his grandfather Lamar Banks when he killed his first buck with a 150-yard shot.


Brooke Barnes, 14, of Talking Rock, took her first deer, a 6-pointer, in Pickens County on Nov. 30.


Six-year-old Bryson Gauge, of Social Circle, with his first deer, this Morgan County spike he killed Dec. 26.


Chandler Tieman, 7, of Bishop, was hanging with her dad and younger sister Charleigh, 3, when she caught this 7-pounder.


Colton Siso killed his first deer on Dec. 27. The 6-year-old lives in Madison.


What a great Hall County buck for Jacob Cochran, of Lula. It was Jacob’s second deer ever, and he killed it Oct. 12.


Jacob Haines, 12, of Loganville, with a bass caught in Newton County.


Cates Brantley worked hard to get this 6-lb. lunker to the dock. The Terrell County bass is her largest to date.


Maleah Burnsed, 8, of Statesboro, with a Bulloch County catfish.


Here’s a nice pair of Walton County woodies for Porter Moore, 13, of Monroe.


Sophia Pye, of Vidalia, was 5 years old when she went on her first hunt. The result was this Toombs County hog.


Tripp Vick, 3, of Rincon, caught this 3.5-lb. bass in a private pond in Effingham County on Aug. 4.

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