Realtree Kids: January 2024

Reader Contributed | December 28, 2023

Emma Grace Favors, 4, with an unassisted largemouth caught in Murray County.

Liam Jones, 5, of Jackson, caught this bass while fishing a creek located within the Oconee National Forest in Jasper County on Sept. 21.

Reese Benson, 4, of Roswell, with her first fish. She caught the bream in Gilmer County with her dad, Lance.

Brody Torbush, 15, of Bostwick, with a fantastic Morgan County buck.

Tristan Payton, 8, of Griffin, with a nice catfish from Lake Sinclair on Nov. 19.

AJ Patrick, 12, of Newnan, with his first-ever crossbow deer, taken in Coweta County on Oct. 13 while hunting with dad.

Nine-year-old Analeigh Scarborough dropped this 8-pointer in Johnson County on Oct. 22.

Ari Montagne, 14, of Calhoun, with a Gordon County buck from Oct. 29.

Avery Pruitt, 15, with a Madison County buck taken Oct. 24.

Bridger Howard Allen, of Cochran, with two big Hancock County does.

Briley Martin killed her first deer while sitting with her pops on the family farm in Toombs County on Nov. 5.

Bryson Langley, 12, of Acworth, with a Hancock County buck from Nov. 22.

Bryson Lee Bachhofer, 12, with a Camden County 10-pointer that grossed 123 7/8 inches.

Caleb Anthony, 10, of Commerce, killed his first deer in Jackson County on Nov. 25.

Caleb Guthrie, 14, of Coffee County, took this 9-pointer on Nov. 15. It gross scored 151 inches.

Cora Lou Walker, 10, of Jesup, killed a Wayne County 8-pointer on Oct. 15 while hunting with her papa in ground blind.

Grayson Holland, 10, of Perry, with a Houston County buck killed Nov. 1. Grayson’s first buck ended up being the buck of a lifetime.

Henry Sheppard, 9, with a great 11-pointer from Washington County on Oct. 22.

Kalli Rose Montford, 8, of Lizella, was hunting her dad on Nov. 4 in Bibb County when she got her first deer.

Jake Clements, Bryson Chaney and John Clements had some luck on the Nov. 25 adult/child youth duck hunt at the Dan Denton Waterfowl Area on Oconee WMA.

Jana Dunn, 12, of Warwick, killed her first buck in Worth County on Nov. 12.

Jeffrey Lewis is sure proud of his two sons after killing bucks in Putnam County on Nov. 18. Charlie (left), 11, killed an 11-point, while Luke, 8, took a 10-pointer. It was Luke’s first buck.

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