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Realtree Kids November 2019

Reader Contributed | November 3, 2019

Wyatt Stewart, 9, of Patterson, with a Satilla River bucketmouth he caught in Pierce County on June 17. He was fishing a Bert Deener’s Satilla Spin in red/white. It was the first big bass Wyatt had ever caught on his own.

Longtime GON subscriber Savannah Betsill, 11, with her first deer. She took it during the youth weekend in Butts County with a .243 rifle.

Rylan Robbins, 12, of Sylvania, killed this nice 9-point on Nov. 25 in Screven County while hunting with his dad on his grandpa’s farm.

Riley Hall’s second deer happens to be a big 13-point. The 11-year-old from Cochran may have a hard time topping this Bleckley County buck.

Catching a limit of rainbows was not an issue for Lydia Bartlett, 9, of Lavonia. She was fishing in Rabun County at Wildcat Creek.

We like to see kids wearing those life jackets. It certainly didn’t stop Kerrington Holliday, 6, of Athens, from catching a bass.

Karity Sears, 10, of Newborn, had just finished her homework in the Morgan County deer stand when this doe stepped into a food plot.

This 1.3-oz. bream was quite the trophy for Jase McClung, 5, of Leesburg. It was caught in a Lee County pond.

Jacob Beeson, 7, of Gray, is double fisted with a pair of Dodge County bucketmouths.

Hunter Crabtree, 10, with a Burke County buck he killed on Thanksgiving.

Ezra Moore, 9, with a Lake Lanier catfish caught using live bait on March 4.

Elsie Seymour, 9, of Lula, was hunting with her dad in Hall County when she dropped her first deer.

Clay Worley 9, of Calhoun, killed this 11-pointer in Gordon County the week of Thanksgiving.

Slab alert! Charley Harrison, 5, of Wrightsville, caught the pound-an-a-halfer on Christmas Eve in Johnson County.

Nothing like a good deer-dog hunt, just ask Carson Smith, 10, of Effingham. He killed this Jenkins County 8-point.

Calvin Overholt, 8, of Montezuma, with a Macon County bruiser aged at 5 1/2+ years old.

Caleb Powell, 14, of Hampton, with a stud of a Wilkinson County buck.

A GON hat gets you published every time. Great Putnam County buck for Brenlee Brown, 9, of Eatonton.

Brady Norton, 9, of Loganville, killed this beautiful 8-point buck in Walton County on Nov. 10.

Blake Harrington, of LaGrange, smiles with this Troup County bass.

For 5 years old, Avery Rener, of Sandy Springs, sure is proud of the stringer of shellcrackers she caught in her “Daddy Ray’s” pond in Hancock County.

Austin Ackerman, of Jefferson, caught this Oglethorpe County nice bass on a lipless crankbait.

Check out the one antlered buck for Anthony Gordy, 13, of Williamson. He was hunting in Twiggs County at Bond Swamp NWR.

Andrew Carnley, 11, of Warner Robins, with a mature Burke County doe.

Nice 10-pointer taken in Ben Hill County on Thanksgiving morning for Alan Smith, 14, of Fitzgerald.

Tanner Gilreath, 12, of Hamilton, killed this Harris County 10-pointer.

Sarah Mac Watson, 9, had logged in many hours on the stand before this Jackson County brute came strolling by and offered a good shot.

This 8-pointer was taken in Wilkes County by Riley Lanning, of Clyde, N.C.

Here’s a first bow-kill. Peyton Thorpe, 13, of Dallas, made the 25-yard shot in Paulding County.

A first deer moment on granddaddy’s land in Pike County for Jackson Steck, 7, of Concord.

Gracyn Bohannon, 6, of Dublin, killed this Telfair County doe on her first official hunting trip.

Nice long tines on this Hart County buck taken by Cole Ballard, 8, of Bowersville.

Claire Beasley, 8, of Lyons, used a .223 rifle to kill her first deer ever. The next day she killed her second deer.

Bryson Clark, 13, of Auburn, with a nice Madison County buck taken Oct. 21.

This tall-racked buck was killed by Brantley Evans, 13, of Dallas, in Hancock County.

Brady Cleveland, 15, of Lavonia, with a Hart County 7-pointer that weighed 160 pounds.

One shot! Deer No. 1 and 2 go down for Annie Dobbs, 10, of McDonough, while hunting in Henry County.

Here’s a nice Grady County slickhead in the freezer for Alden Majors, 11, of Cairo.

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