Realtree Kids: July 2023

Brad Gill | June 30, 2023

Grayson Crum, 6, caught this bass in Pulaski County in a private lake.

Carver Lanier, 4, of Ocilla, went on his first frog gigging experience and said he can’t wait to fry these frog legs up.

Harper Jayne with her second and final buck of the season. She made a 100-yard shot in Lee County.

Alvin McGrath IV, 6, with a Chatham County crab from May 25.

Braiden Sisson, 5, of Jesup, caught this warmouth on June 4 in Rocky Lake in Wayne County while fishing with his Papa, Terry Martin.

Mason Chambers was 8 when he killed this 250-lb. hog in Wrightsville.

Remi Beasley, 3, of Oak Park, with a 2-lb. bass caught April 28 in Emanuel County.

Bryce Clark, 10, of Thomaston, was hunting in Upson County on Nov. 23 with Big Daddy Bob when he short his first deer.

Taylor-Kate Brown, 2, with her first fish caught Memorial Day in a Toombs County pond.

Gunner Payne, 3, of Canton, caught his first fish and a lot more in a private pond in Cherokee County.

Oliver Scott, of Oxford, was 3 years old when he caught this bass on Jan. 1 in Newton County.

Nicholas Smith, 10, of Sharpsburg, with a bass caught May 20 in a local pond. He was fishing a plastic worm.

Cohen Lanier, 5, of Ocilla, caught this bass in a farm pond on May 30.

Chanler Laymon, 9, of Demorest, got his first deer in Habersham County.

Hudson Humphrey, 4, with a Floyd County timber rattler killed in May.

Colton Siso, 9, of Madison, shot this 11-pointer at a friend’s 70-acre farm in Morgan County on Nov. 21.

Cole Brown, 13, of Broxton, with a Coffee County buck. It was his first buck.

Cohen Nipper, 8, tagged out with a pair of 8-points while hunting in Crisp County.

Charlie Newberry, 12, of Macon, with a Monroe County buck from Oct. 31.

Austin Jenkins, 9, of Roopville, with a 21-inch rainbow trout caught at a friend’s pond in Carrollton.

This 9-pointer was shot in Oconee County by Cody Zuck, 9, of Watkinsville.

Wyatt Seguin, 8, of Guyton, with an Effingham County gobbler taken on March 26.

Coleman Gausden, 6, with his first deer from Coweta County while hunting with his dad.

Dawson Daniel, 13, of Morgan County, with a great buck from Oct. 23.

Easton Long killed his first deer in Gordon County on Nov. 22.

Jake Cole, of Luthersville, with his first deer, a 7-point killed in Meriwether County on Oct. 15.

Fynn Dahlstrom, 6, of Eastman, shot his first deer on Dec. 20 in Dodge County.

Eli James, 7, of Tiger, with a Rabun County buck that he killed on Dec. 20.

Eli Canady took this 11-point buck at his Pop Paw’s property in Newton County. It was his third deer.

Lynsie Torres, 13, of Land O’ Lakes, Fla., took this buck in Haralson County on Oct. 15.

Wyatt Harkins, of Guyton, with his first deer that was killed in Effingham County.

Waylon Rylee, 6 of Gillsville, shot this 8-point buck in Banks County while hunting with his daddy on Nov. 15.

Trenton Ferguson, 10, with his first buck, taken Nov. 6 in Worth County.

Russ Hagemann, 10, of Marietta, was hunting with his PaPaw in Washington County on Dec. 26 when he made a 155-yard shot with his .308 to take his first deer.

This big gobbler was killed by Kayden Collins on April 1 in Calhoun County. It had 7- and 12-inch bears and 1 5/16-inch spurs. She killed it at 30 yards with her .410.

Weston Adams, 10, killed this Washington County gobbler on May 13.

Walker Anderson, 6, of Hiram, shot his first turkey May 10 in Paulding County. He shot the turkey with his Rossi Tuffy Turkey .410 shotgun that he saved up for and bought with his own money.

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