Realtree Kids: March 2024

Brad Gill | February 28, 2024

Elinor Allen, of Bleckley County, went on her first squirrel hunt on Jan. 30 with her dad and brother, Bridger.

Holden Crawford, 6, with his first deer ever. He took the buck in Morgan County with a .223 rifle.

Kholie Fowler, 12, of Fitzgerald, with a Ben Hill County 8-pointer.

Jase Outz, 9, of Toccoa, with a Stephens County buck from Oct. 27.

Hunter Orr, 5, of Coweta County, shot his first buck this past season.

Sam Taylor, 9, of Valdosta, with a 7-11 Lowndes County bass caught April 20.


Cooper Ferguson, 9, of Carrollton, shot his first deer on Dec. 29 while hunting in Heard County.

Carson Turk, 14, with his first buck harvested in Macon County. The 6-point was 5 1/2 years old.

After passing on several bucks over the last two seasons, Aaron Mosely, 13, of Griffin, finally got his first buck in Macon County on Nov. 18.

Lilly Watts from Jones County was fishing with her dad, Brandon, on Feb. 2 when she caught this 42.5-lb. blue cat in the Oconee River south of Milledgeville. Brandon is the current blue cat record holder in this river with a 43-lb., 2-oz. catfish caught in 2022.

Paisley Skinner, 8, of Fitzgerald, caught this bass on Jan. 15, despite just having surgery on both of her legs.

Jake Taylor, 6, of Valdosta, with an 8-14 bass caught in Lowndes County on April 29.

Lynsie Torres, 15, of Land O Lakes, Fla., took this 8-point on Nov. 18 while hunting in Colquitt County.

Logan Hamer, 7, of LaGrange, was hunting with his mom Emily when he got this nice 10-point Troup County deer, his first buck, on Oct. 29. He was using a 1970 Marlin 30-30 that his mom and his grandfather killed their first deer with.

Levi Gudger, 5, of Habersham County, shot his very first deer in Greene County on Oct. 14. He has logged serious hours in the stand over the last couple years, so he deserved this big buck. He’s hooked for life!

Kennady Grace, 12, killed her first deer, a 5-point buck, on Nov. 26 in Jackson County. She’s wearing a hat in memory of her Papa, Terry Baxter, who was an avid hunter, GON subscriber and lover of the outdoors.

Jackson Bryant, 7, of Demorest, was hunting with his dad in Habersham County on Nov. 6 when he shot his first deer, a 5-point buck.

Farrah Williamson, 10, with a super Emanuel County buck taken with a 6.5 Creedmor.

Kindle Tessanne, 11, of Claxton, killed her first deer on Oct. 19 in Bulloch County.

Josie Ray, 10, of Madison, killed her first buck while hunting with her dad in Morgan County.

Dylan Dye, 11, of Ruskin, Fla., shot his first buck on his pap pap’s Macon County farm on Nov. 22.

Caroline Phillips, 9, with her first deer. She was hunting in Pulaski County on Dec. 16.

Andrew Moore, of The Rock, shot his first deer at a youth hunt at Rum Creek WMA on Oct. 7.

Ridge Olvera, 7, of Adairsville, killed his first deer, an 8-pointer, with his Pop Danny Higgins in Bartow County on Nov. 2.

Raelynn Vickers, 11, of Canton, with a 6-point named “Smalls” taken in Cherokee County on Nov. 24.

Nicholas Fuller, 12, of McDonough, with a Towns County buck he killed on the Chattahoochee National Forest.

Luke Roberson took his first deer in Jones County on Thanksgiving week.

Lianna Davis, 11, of Pinehurst, shot this buck on Nov. 20.

Whitley Griffeth, 9, of Royston, was hunting in Hart County with her father when she made a perfect shot on her No. 1 hit list buck, this wide 8-pointer. The buck was feeding in a food plot and bumping does on Oct. 19.

Trenden Totherow, 11, of Dallas, with a Paulding County buck killed on Halloween. He certainly made a good choice to skip trick or treating and go hunting.

Silas Steck, 7, of Royston, killed his first buck in Madison County on Jan. 11.

Sands Windham, 7, of Macon, was hunting on the family farm in Macon County on Nov. 19 when he killed his first deer.

Vinny Arienzo, 12, with a Morgan County crossbow buck from Oct. 9.

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