Realtree Kids: November 2022

Brad Gill | November 1, 2022

Collins “Ice” Korman, 3, of Fernandina Beach, Fla., with a bass he caught at his grandfather’s farm pond in Pierce County.

Braxton Wilson with his first buck. He downed it while hunting in Jasper County with his dad, Bubba.

Grayson Curtis, 4, of Alapaha, with his first speckled catfish. He caught it in Berrien County on Oct. 16.

Sawyer Shiver, of Pelham, with his first hog killed in Mitchell County on Oct. 14. He was shooting a 300 Blackout with ATN thermal and shooting sticks. The boar was rooting up peanuts on a hunting lease.

Landon Cliburn, 12, was hunting the adult/child hunt on Clybel WMA on Oct. 1 when he shot this 7-point as it came in looking for acorns.

Hal Beardsley, 11, of Atlanta, was excited with this Fulton County bass from Sept. 16.

Seven-year-old Hayden Hatcher killed this 8-pointer on Oct. 15 in Taliaferro County.

Chase Epps, 10, with his first buck taken on Sept. 25 in Coweta County.

Bryce Brazil, 11, of Cochran, killed his first doe in Dodge County on Oct. 15.

Garrett Craig, 14, in Rabun County with his first deer. He shot the 8-point on Oct. 15.

Harper Jayne, 7, with her first deer, a 6-point killed in Lee County. At 40 yards, she dropped him with a 6.5 Creedmoor.

Georgia Exum, 11, of Nashville, killed her first pig and first two deer—a spike and a 7 point—on the Sapelo Island WMA youth hunt on Oct. 8-9.

Gavin Paschal, 8, of Albany, killed this buck in Dougherty County in January 2022.

It’s a first deer for Hudson Lee, 6, of Cumming. He was hunting on Sept. 24 in Oglethorpe County with his grandpa, who he calls GaGa.

Hayden Tolar, 11, of Demorest, harvested this 4-point buck in Banks County on Sept. 26.

Jake Paschal, 8, of Albany, with a Dougherty County buck taken with a crossbow in January 2022.

Logan Bryant, of Sandy Cross, was hunting with his crossbow in Oglethorpe County when he killed his first buck.

Lane Cook, of Griffin, with a Spalding County 7-pointer from Oct. 16.

Kintzing Bounds, 13, of Dallas, with a crossbow buck from Fulton County.

Kennedy Griffin, 12, of Temple, with a buck from Douglas County on Oct. 18.

Walker Doss, 12, took this piebald doe in Tift County with his crossbow. They had her on camera since 2018, but she has been very elusive.


Hagen Sanford, 12, of Crawford County, shot his first buck with his papa in Lizella.

Dakota Swofford, 15, with a bass caught in Hiram on April 20.

Coupe Hall, 16, of Crawford, used a smokepole to knock down this Emanuel County buck on Oct. 15.

Braylan Schofield, 15, was hunting with his mom Kristin in Habersham County when he killed this 9-point on Oct. 16.


Tripp Hughes shot his first deer on Sept. 30 in Morgan County. Tripp is 6 years old and was using a crossbow.

Sutton Miller, 7, of Blairsville, killed her first deer on Oct. 3 in Union County with a crossbow.

Sadie Waters, 13, of Butler, killed her first buck with a bow, this 8-point from Taylor County, on Sept. 21.

Reese Thompson killed his Upson County spike on Oct. 16. It had white hooves.

This 8-point buck was harvested opening day by Rebekah Brock, 14, at their family farm in Crawford County. Rebekah used a .243, affectionately known as “Tom,” to bring down her first very first whitetail and carry on a family tradition.

Here’s Kate Williams with her first deer. She was hunting in Bleckley County on Oct. 17.

William Turner dropped these two does on Oct. 15 at the Flint River WMA Specialty Hunt.

MaryJo Brown, 14, of Ball Ground, was in Emanuel County when she took this buck with her dad, Ben.

Kalleigh Penley, 12, of Umatilla, Fla., took care of business in Pulaski County early on Oct. 15.

Hollis Carter, 15, of McDonough, with a 5-pounder caught on a crankbait in Alma.

Oliver Earnest, 11, of Dahlonega, and Taylor Steck, 13, of Forsyth, hit the double in Habersham County on the afternoon of Oct. 15.

Dillan Boatright caught this 6.7-pounder on a chartreuse Chatterbait on a 20-acre pond in Haywood on April 9.

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