Realtree Kids: August 2022

Reader Contributed | August 3, 2022

Ava Bausano, 11, of Alpharetta, with a bass caught in Bull Sluice Lake on the Chattahoochee River on May 13.

Grayson Curtis, 4, of Alapaha, caught this whopper warmouth in Berrien County on July 8.

Benjamin Martin, 10, of Kathleen, killed this turkey in Houston County on March 26.

Hudson Archer, 4, caught this bass on June 6 in a family pond with his grandpa in Washington County.

Bridger Allen and Tyler Hobbs teamed up to land this Altamaha flathead that tipped the scale at 32 pounds.

Elizabeth Browning, 12, of Flovilla, took these two hogs April 10 in Butts County.

Seadog Beasley, 6, of Swainsboro, killed this Savannah River buck last fall.

Lizzie Mae Hudson, 6, killed this piebald Oct. 13 during youth week in Crawford County.

Levi Findley, 14, killed this 6-point on Nov. 5 in Fayette County. It was his second deer with a bow.

Here’s a Lake Lanier crappie for Hampton Woody, 7, of Dawsonville, caught June 9.

Newton County’s 11-year-old Korali Chandler harvested her first two deer within minutes of each other in Lamar County on the last day of youth season. She is hooked now and looking forward to the 2022 deer season.

Mason Dunsmore, 7, of Lincoln County, shot his first buck on Jan. 4.

Mark Scott II sat in the stand by himself for the first time on Nov. 4. He showed great patience and shot his first two bucks 15 minutes apart.

Luke Dawson, 8, of Cairo, was fishing in the Flint River when he caught a bass tagged by Auburn University. He reported the catch and is having it mounted with the tag.

Lucas Cronan with a Newton County crossbow spike, his first deer ever.

Landon Castleberry, 13, of Cumming, with a Hancock County 8-point buck from Oct. 29.

Max Luckie, 6, of Fitzgerald, killed his first buck in Wilcox County hunting with his dad on Nov. 14.

Luke Beavers, 5, of Cherokee County, connected on April 2 in Union County. He was hunting with a .410.

Liberty Cox, 9, killed her first turkey in Laurens County at 8:25 on March 26. The bird weighed 22 pounds.

Ridge Olvera, 6, of Adairsville, with a Lake Allatoona gar caught while fishing with his Great Grandpaw Doyle Adcock.

Mia Siso, 13, of Madison, shot this 8-point buck in Putnam County.

Mayce Roberts, 11, harvested her largest buck in Worth County on Dec. 4.

Cade Wright with a piebald he took while hunting with his uncle Neal Smith in Rhine.

Jenna Brown, 11, with a big bluegill she caught with her daddy in Bleckley County.

Ellison Crews, 8, smoked two bucks in Fayette County on Nov. 1.

Elle Scruggs, 15, of Valdosta, with a Cook County deer from Oct. 31.

Frances Hammer, 13, of Atlanta, harvested her first deer in Pickens County on Nov. 24.

Gant Henry killed his first deer on Oct. 25 in Madison County. He is 8 years old and lives in Danielsville. One shot from the .308, and it dropped.

Elliott Smith, 9, harvested this buck in November in Jasper County.

Everett Smith, 9, with his buck taken in November in Jasper County.

Landry Norris, 3, of Treutlen County, caught his first redfin pike on a red Rooster Tail off the banks of Red Bluff Creek.

EmyMac Hobbs, 10, of Oglethorpe, killed her first deer on Jan. 8 in Macon County.

Hagen Sanford, 11, of Crawford County, shot his first deer with his dad and papa on Oct. 9 in Lizella.

Gavin Grimsley, 10, with a Decatur County buck that he killed over Thanksgiving.

Logan Daniel, 6, with a 12-lb. Lake Lanier striped bass.

Layla Garrett, 8, and her brother Coleman, 7, show off a trophy spotted bass from Lake Chatuge.

Harrison Webb with his largest buck so far. He took it in Miller County last season.

Here’s a first buck with a crossbow for Hampton Woody, 7, of Dawsonville. He was hunting Nov. 28 in Dawson County.

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