Realtree Kids – December 2019

Reader Contributed | December 5, 2019

Oct. 13, 2019 will always be a special day for Ben Walker, 14, of Crawford. It was the day he killed his first deer. He got it done in Taliaferro County.

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Tyler Snowden catches a nice catfish at Lake Oconee on Spring Break.


Trip Jenkins, 11, of Madison, killed his first buck on Nov. 13 in Morgan County.


A coyote, 5-point and an 8-pointer made for a great hunt Oct. 18, 2018 for Rylie Schultz, 15, of Griffin.


Preston Rose, 9, was hunting with his granddaddy in Sumter County when he took his first buck Nov. 25, 2018.


First day of youth season ended the quest for a first deer for Parker Estes, 9, of Moreland. The 9-pointer was killed in Coweta County.


Here’s a Morgan County buck taken by Mia Siso, 11, of Madison, on Nov. 6. 2018.


Mason Garmon, 8, of Evans, used his great grandfather’s .243 rifle to kill his first deer in Richmond County.


On Christmas Day, Macyn Canady, 8, received his first rifle as a Christmas gift from his granddaddy, Danny. On Dec. 26, Macyn killed his first buck in Jefferson County.


Lawson Berg, 14 at the time, of Berkeley Lakes, can’t take his eyes of this big bass, caught in the spring of 2017.


A very nice north Georgia trout and bass for Kreed Barrett, of Clarkesville.

Jon-Henry Ellis, 13, of Ochlocknee, with an 8-point he took as his first deer on Nov. 20, 2018 in Thomas County.


Joe Jaracz was 9 years old when he caught this 5-lb., 2-oz. bass from Lake Jackson on April 15, 2017.


Look at this slab! James Lubke, 10, of Talking Rock, caught it in the lake at Deer Lick Park in Douglasville.


James Coltrane, 11, of Loganville, killed this 7-point buck as his first deer in Taylor County on Nov. 20, 2018.


Nine-year-old Jaden Toomey with a Marion County deer he shot in November 2018.


Hunter Sanders, 10, of Leesburg, harvested his first deer on Nov. 30, 2018. It was a nice 6-pointer from Clay County.


Hunter Floyd, 10, of Lizella, shot his first buck on Nov. 26, 2018.


Now that’s a first deer! Congrats Haylie Miller, 11, on a great Worth County buck.


Hannah Askew, of Jackson, knocked out this Monroe County buck.


Grant Harman, 10, of Locust Grove, with a Meriwether County fox squirrel taken Nov. 3, 2018.


Gordon Grimes (left), of Ball Ground, and Caden Samples, of Cumming, both with their first deer, killed Dec. 15 in Fulton County.


Gabriel Daugherty, 12, killed his first deer on Dec. 2 in Chattooga County.


Taken last November in Oglethorpe County by Eli Rotalsky, 14, of Clermont. Eli, we really thank you for being a GON subscriber!


While hunting with his grandfather in Walton County, Cornelius Scott took his first deer.


Casey Snowden shows off a bream caught at a farm pond in Morgan County.


Camden Miley, 13, of Monroe, caught this 10-lb. bass in a local lake in Walton County in December 2017.


Caleb Cummings, 13, of Carrollton, with a Heard County 8-point killed Dec. 4.


GON subscriber and happy grandpa Doug Watson sent in this picture of his grandson Bryson Ward, 9, of Clarkesville, with his first deer. It was in Banks County.


A muzzleloader worked on this Dawson County doe on Oct. 13, 2018. Good work, Bryson McKee, 8, of Dawsonville.


Brayden Roach, 11, of Cleveland, has been hunting for years with a rifle, but this was his first crossbow deer. He killed it Sept. 23, 2018.


Bella VanGorder and big sister Sophia, of Acworth, enjoyed a great morning with “Pappy” at a private pond in Bartow County.


Ashton Hulett, of Hazlehurst, killed his first gobbler the morning of March 30 in Telfair County.


First buck for GON subscriber Peyton Kincaid, 6, of Hull. He was hunting in Madison County.


“High fives all around and some big hugs,” said daddy Jason Arrowood, of Commerce, after watching his son Mason (right), 7, pull the trigger on his first deer. Mason was hunting in Greene County with his dad and older brother Mac (left).


Crossbows get a lot of kids in the woods early. This Lumpkin County 9-pointer was killed by Jessie Walker, 15, on Sept. 15.


A deer like that is worth a thumbs up, just ask Ethan Benton, 8, of Gray. He was hunting with his dad in a ground blind in Jones County on Oct. 24. It was Ethan’s first deer.


Chasing does behind the house of Bladen Evans, 11, was a big mistake for this Paulding County 8-pointer on Oct. 27.

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