Avery Stone, 5, got his first buck and bow-kill on Sept. 12. It was a 42-yard crossbow shot.
Aleeah Skinner, 4, of Fitzgerald, with a 5-10 she caught on May 3.
Ceci Park, 6, of Peachtree City, and her dad Kevin caught this bass in a pond in Upson County on April 24.
Chandler Morrison, of Cordele, with a bass caught from a Crisp County pond.
Caine Lindsey, 8, of Johnson County, with a 10.8-oz. redbreast caught on a Rooster Tail off the banks of the Ohoopee River.
Carson Peppers killed this doe on the second afternoon of youth season. He made a great 120-yard shot.
Colt Freeman, 12, of Twin City, with his big 8-point.
Colton Siso, 8, of Madison, killed this doe during youth week of rifle season in Morgan County on Oct. 10.
Six-year-old Cooper Clayton, of Rome, with his first buck. He took it with a crossbow in Floyd County on Sept. 26.
Dawson Ramage, 8, of St. Simons, harvested this buck on the evening of Oct. 9 in McIntosh County.
Elisabeth Bryson, 7, harvested this buck at the specialty youth hunt on Lake Russell WMA in Habersham County.
Fred Staley, 11, of Athens, shot his first deer in Elbert County on opening day.
Grant Stalnaker shot his first deer during the youth opener. Grant is 7 years old and lives in Statesboro.
Hunter Carr, 7, with his first bow-kill, taken Sept. 17 in Chattooga County.
Paige Smith, 15, from Burke County dusted off her first hog while hunting with her Paw Paw in Avera.
Tanner Hall shot his first deer, a 6-point, in Crawfordville, on Oct. 16.
Preston Zain Perry, 11, of Moultrie, got it done early in Colquitt County with a gobbler on opening day of the 2022 youth weekend.
Raegan Alonsious, 13, of Monroe, harvested her first gobbler on March 26 in Jasper County.
Taylor Wyatt, 9, killed her first gobbler on March 27 at 6:50 p.m. in Laurens County.
Tyler Sipos, 10, of Avon Park, Fla., harvested this 4-point in Quitman County on Oct. 14.
Tyler St.Cyr, 11, of Locust Grove, killed his first deer on Oct. 9 in Crawford County.
Waylon Chandler, 14, with a Morgan County bird he rolled up on April 3. The tom had almost a 12-inch beard.
Bentley Conner, 10, used a rubber worm to catch this bass in Pike County last summer.
Cohen Nipper, 7, was hunting with his daddy and got his first buck in Crisp County.
Easton George, 10, of Loganville, shot this 8-point buck in Lamar County during opening weekend of the 2021 season.
Fifteen-year-old Gabriel Daugherty, of Rocky Face, killed this 8-pointer on Oct. 31 in Hancock County.
Grant Dorrell scored on two does the morning of Oct. 30.
Haylie Miller, 14, killed her heaviest deer to date on Nov. 7. The bruiser Worth County buck weighed 242 pounds.
Kara Bailey, 9, of Carrollton, killed her first buck with a crossbow in Heard County in October.
Lane McCormack with an 8-pointer he harvested Sunday, Oct. 17 in Morgan County.
Noah Coleman, 11, of Alvaton, with a super Harris County buck that he killed on Oct. 12.
Sarah Lyle, 11, of Meansville, with a Jones County buck taken on Oct. 22.
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