Uncle Dale grunted in this White County 6-pointer for Brelan Sieveking, 14, of Sautee, on Dec. 8.
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This photo needs a frame and a mantle. Congrats Caleb Upton, 11, of Lawrenceville, on your 100-yard shot on this Hancock County 9-point.
Gracie Bird, 13, of Eatonton, had been having some trouble getting her first deer, so she connected with Don Spillers (left) on his Houston County land and went ahead and knocked out two deer. Her dad Mark was along for the hunt.
Hunter Sanders, 9, of Leesburg, caught some nice bream last August at Lake Eufaula.
Hunter Stoddard, 14, of Oxford, rolled this big Newton County largemouth on Aug. 13. Hunter’s dad Jeff, a loyal GON subscriber, sent in the photo.
Lincoln Massey, 6, of Monroe, caught this 11-lb. catfish in a private pond.
After years of dedication, 13-year-old Abigail Berry, of Zebulon, killed her first and second deer in Spalding County.
Brianna Dalton, of Monticello, reads her GON every month. She took this Jasper County buck last October.
Back-to-back evenings for twin 8-year-olds Chance (pictured here) and Millie Hooper. Both were first deer kills and taken in Floyd County. Proud daddy Nicholas Hopper said, “What a blessing for them to shoot them back to back nights!”
Colton King, of Buchanan, was 3 years old when he caught this shellcracker.
Cornelius Melay, 11, shot his first deer in Walton County last November.
Twelve-year-old Eli Wynne, of Empire, with a 235-lb. 10-point taken in Twiggs County. He was hunting with his grandfather, Carlis Wynne.
A 220-yard shot for Gideon Rollins, 11, ended with this Whitfield County 10-pointer. It was Gideon’s first deer.
Henry Spann, 7, said it’s not too hot to hunt in September. He was rewarded with this Lumpkin County doe, his first deer.
Jase McClung was a proud 5-year-old after taking his first deer on the last day of the 2018-2019 season. Jase is from Leesburg.
Lane Romine, 10, with a Morgan County buck he took while hunting with his dad.
A crossbow did the trick on this doe. Way to go, Liam Stamps, 6, of Lamar County.
Mckenzie Bryan, of Ty Ty, shot this Quitman County 11-point.
Back-to-back evenings for twin 8-year-olds Chance and Millie Hooper (pictured here). Both were first deer kills and taken in Floyd County. Proud daddy Nicholas Hopper said, “What a blessing for them to shoot them back to back nights!”
Perrin Jackson, 12, of Conyers, with the biggest catch of his life!
Randy Howell, 11, lives in Eastman and killed this buck over in Laurens County.
Weston Adams was hunting with his papa Robbie when he harvested his first deer. Weston is just 5 years old.
Alivia Thomas, 10, of Jesup, with a fantastic Long County 12-pointer. First deer!
Geez what a buck for Ansley Pegg, 11. The 8-pointer was killed on the Jones/Twiggs County line.
Avrie Nowalk’s first deer came with a stick and string in Dawson County.
Bo Bennett with an 8-pointer he shot with his new .308 Winchester on his uncle’s land in Worth County.
Camp Bullard was 5 years old when he caught this bass from a private lake in Chattooga County.
Cohen Zayne Nipper, 4, of Cordele, with a Dooly County doe, his first deer.
Cole-Jett Black, 8, of Elberton, says he’s a hunter for life after killing this Oglethorpe County 6-point.
The result of Isaiah Bishop’s first time seeing a deer in the woods. “Now he is hooked,” said his dad, Matthew.
Lillie Lyons, 14, of Lanier County, connected with this great 8-pointer.
Logan “Shorty” McClendon’s first deer was this 5-pointer taken in Toombs County while hunting with his dad.
Logan Shover, 9, pictured with his dad Jesse, and his Washington County buck.
Matthew Reece Busby, 9, took a perfect shot on this 4-pointer while using a .243 in Barrow County.
Noah Gaitanoglou, 7, of Ellijay, with a Gilmer County buck, his first.
Riley Collins, of Martinez, shot this Richmond County buck on the Walkinshaw Sportsman’s Club.
Rylie Murphy killed her first squirrel on Alapaha River WMA.
Ten-year-old Van Knight, of Porterdale, got his first deer while hunting with his grandpa Steve Gallops.