Realtree Kids Scrapbook August 2020

Reader Contributed | August 1, 2020

Send us a picture of your GON Realtree Outdoor kid. Email image and caption details (name, hometown, age, and county where critter or fish was taken) to [email protected].

One shot with a .243 while deer hunting in Troup County may have saved many a deer and turkey. A big Shout-Out to some great shooting goes to Ryan Carroll, who was 10 at the time.

From GON Instagram: Sammy Popovici, 14, of Lawrenceville, with his Monroe County buck.

Tate Luckie, of Fitzgerald, was 6 when he killed his first dove in Turner County.

We’re pretty sure 5-year-old Si Savage could catch fish blindfolded if he had to. What a great Laurens County bass, caught May 20, 2019 in a private pond.

Sam Ray IV, 8, and Ben Ray, 7, of Dallas, enjoyed a great day on a local Paulding County farm pond on June 23, 2019.

The Birch boys are rough on those Madison County bucks. We got a feeling that Cody (top) and Colton (below) enjoy eating lots of venison.


Grayson Ellis, 11, of Covington, killed his first turkey in Rockdale County on March 31.


This Burke County bird snuck in quiet, but Lane Bagby, 7, of Flowery Branch, made a stealthy shot.

Lane Cook, 8, of Griffin, took this Spalding County spike on Nov. 11.


Peyton Lofty was 6 when he took this crossbow buck in Whitfield County.


Beau Edwards, 10, of Carrollton, with a Heard County gobbler.


Tony Zimmermann, of Hamilton, was 11 when he caught this hybrid bass on the Chattahoochee River.

A Zebco 33 was what Aiden Moore, of Madison, was fishing with when he landed this Morgan County bass.


Miles Butler, of Madison, was 12 when he fished Lake Oconee with guide Jody Stephens and caught this hybrid on a shiner.

Keenan Dykes, of Douglasville, was 12 when he boated this West Point striper on June 12, 2018.


Jenna Brown was 8 years old when she put a beating on her dad in a Pulaski County farm pond. Good job, Jenna!

David Lee, of Cartersville, took two of his grandsons, Jordan and Jake Jensen, on a pheasant hunt with traditional bows in Forsyth, Ga. Fine shooting fellows!

Cameron Maybin, of Rincon, killed his first dove at 9 years old on his grandpa’s farm in Toombs County.

For 5 years old, Amelia Turner, of Brunswick, is getting an early start on her fishing career. This lunker hit a black Trick Worm.

Never hurts our feelings to run a dead armadillo picture. Thanks to Alex Johnson for cleaning up the Wilkes County woods.


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