Realtree Kids: June 2024

Brad Gill | May 30, 2024

Stephen Taylor Jr., 4, caught these Lake Jackson bass on April 21 while fishing Yum Baits on seawalls. His proud father Stephen Taylor Sr. took the photo.

Jessup Johnson, 7, of Leesburg, shot his biggest buck to date last season in Wilcox County.

Davis Duncan, 8, of Watkinsville, killed this Hancock County hog.

Paisleigh Williamson, 5, and Kohen Briscoe, 4, both from Social Circle, with a pile of bream caught recently in Newton County. They are both looking forward to a family fish fry!

Ezra Roper, 12, with a Troup County bird that he harvested on March 23.

Reese Cooksey, 6, used a .410 shotgun to kill her first turkey on March 24 in Meriwether County.

Lakelyn Stokes, 3 at the time, with her first fish ever, caught from Lake Jackson on April 29, 2023. Her dad, Barry, said, “I was so proud of her. It was better than anything I have ever caught!”

Porter Smith, 7, with a 3-pounder caught on Feb. 24 in a Warren County pond.

Canden Echols and Weston Cottingham, of Harlem, with some bream caught in Columbia County on May 9. They were throwing small Rooster Tails.

Bryant Nicholson, 12, with a flathead caught on the Oostanaula River on April 15. The official weight was 39.9 pounds, just under the Oostanaula River record of 40-lbs., 13-ozs.

Emma Powell, 14, with a channel cat caught in a private pond in McDuffie County.

James Skelton, 13, of Ringgold, with a Lincoln County buck from Jan. 13.

Maleah Laymon, of Habersham County, with her first buck of the 2023 season.

Tate Crabtree, 7, of Silver Creek, with a Floyd County buck taken on Nov. 25.

Brantley Robinson, 9, of Tunnel Hill, killed his first longbeard at 50 yards with a .410 in Pickens County. It had a 9 5/8-inch beard and 3/4-inch spurs.

James Waller, 5, of Lincolnton, with his first-ever bird. He took it in Warren County on April 28. He had tagged out in South Carolina earlier in the season.

River Rice, 9, of Rock Spring, bagged this Catoosa County gobbler on April 2.

Wheeler Hyde, 9, killed his first turkey on an afternoon hunt on March 23 in Cherokee County.

Weston Ray killed his first buck on Dec. 27 while hunting with his Uncle Steven Lujan in Douglas County on Dec. 27.

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