Realtree Kids: July 2022

Reader Contributed | July 1, 2022

Aleeah Skinner and her daddy with a 5-lb., 8-oz. bass caught in Ben Hill County.

Colt Barfield, 8, of Shellman, with a pair of Randolph County bass from May 8.

Hayes David Hobbs, 7, of Oglethorpe, with his first big bass. He caught the fish in Macon County.

Hayes Jensen, 9, with a 9-pounder caught in Uncle Buck’s Jasper County pond.

Waylon Lawrence, 13, of Warner Robins, caught these bass at Lake Jackson.

Bradford “Deuce” Cochran, 8, with a 10-point shot on his grandparents farm in Wilkes County on Jan. 4.

Fisher Allen of Bleckley County with a bream from the Altamaha River.

Chase Carver, 11, of Rabun County, killed his first buck, this 10-point, in Hancock County on Oct. 23.

Colin Sills, 5, with his first deer. He killed the 8-point opening morning in Echols County with a crossbow.

Colton Siso, of Madison, with his first buck. The 8-pointer was taken in Putnam County.

Cooper Harris with his first deer ever. He is joined by his friends Cannon Padgett and Bo Holland.

Cruz Floyd, 13, of Elberton, with a great Elbert County buck from Oct. 15. It was an amazing hunt with his Mama!

Drayton Carver, 12, of Rabun County, killed this 13-point on Oct. 30 in Hancock County.

Elijah Johnson, 9, of Aragon, with a big Polk County doe that stepped out and gave him a 50-yard shot.

Neely Anderson, 13, of Hiawassee, with a deer from Nov. 23.

Noah Allen, 12, of Peachtree City, killed this Meriwether County 9-point on Nov. 20.

Three generations of hunters pile around Weston Gulledge, 7, and his first deer. He took it in Burke County.

Dylan Simpson, 11, of Dearing, took his first deer in Louisville.

EllaBeth Castleberry, 15, of Cumming, with a Hancock County 7-point from Nov. 6.

Matthew Williams, 15, of North Augusta, S.C., shot this boar in Johnson County on May 14.

Huntley Ashley killed this bird on March 27 in Dodge County.

Jace Parris, 13, of Villa Rica, on his first hunt. He was in Oglethorpe County on March 26 when he rolled the bird.

Kristen Leigh, of Cedartown, with a longbeard she took in Bartow County on March 26.

Lane Cook, of Griffin, killed this turkey in Spalding County on March 26.

Parker Childers, 8, of Carrollton, with his first buck kill. He took the Hancock County 9-pointer on Dec. 29.

Rowan Shockley with a 6-1/2-year-old buck called Goliath. He took the old buck in Upson County on Oct. 30.

Samantha Head, 12, of Forsyth, killed her first deer on Jan. 8 while hunting with her dad in Monroe County.

Avery Cash, 14, of Flowery Branch with a nice striper.

Trevor Jones, 10, was hunting in Jackson County and harvested this 4-point buck.

Tristan Cowart shot this 9-pointer in Carroll County on Nov. 26.

Ten-year-old daughter Aubrey Jacobs harvested her first turkey on March 26 in Rockmart. She made a great shot with her .410.

Parker Bryant, 9, of Demorest, killed his first gobbler with a .410 while hunting in Habersham County.

Paul Steele, 10, of Pike County, shot his first turkey on April 2 in Talbot County.

William Jackson, 5, of Hall County, killed his first gobbler in Jefferson County.

Tyler Robinson’s first deer was killed on Oct. 21 on what would’ve been his pawpaw Dan’s 61st birthday.

Walker Massey, 9, of Jefferson, was hunting with his dad in Banks County on Nov. 24 when he finally took his first shot of the season, resulting in the biggest buck of his young hunting experience.

Walker Thomas, 9, killed his first buck on Dec. 26 in Union County. The buck went 50 yards and fell within sight.

Weston Adams, 8, was hunting in Washington County with his Papa Robbie Roberson and shot this buck.

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