Realtree Kids Scrapbook – November 2021

Brad Gill | November 2, 2021




The Chandler cousins have been busy. (From top) Ella Chandler, 9, of Danielsville, holds a 5-lb. bass, her largest to date. Isabelle Chandler, 5, of Jefferson, holds her first bass, and Caleb Chandler, 6, of Danielsville, with a catfish.

Walker Brannen, 13, of Tifton, caught two double-digit bass in two months. One weighed 10 1/2, the other 11 1/2.

Proud grandparents sent in these pictures of their grandkids, who live in Clayton. Here a sampling of their success with two trout and a saltwater cat. Grandchildren are (from top) Hayden Speed, Hayley Speed and Hunter Speed.

Andrew Nesbit, 4, with a solid 2-pounder for his first bass. He caught it Sept. 3 in Oconee County.

Andy Holstein with his Bartow County 8-pointer.

Austin Coker, 8, of Griffin, with a slab crappie he caught on a crankbait while he was fishing for bass in a Henry County water-supply reservoir on Sept. 4.

Avery Burns, 10, of Taylorsville, with her biggest fish to date. She caught the catfish in a Bartow County pond on June 15.

Here’s Ben Scott’s crossbow buck from last November. The 13-year-old took it in Chattooga County.

Bennett Feldner, 7, and brother Harrison Feldner, 5, of Richmond Hill, caught their very first fish in their Uncle Unyun’s catfish pond in Bogart on June 12.

Busch Voigts IV, 8, of Marietta, with an Allatoona striper caught Aug. 14 while fishing with his dad.

Caleb Vaughan, 10, from Boyd, Texas, caught this bass at Big Lazer Creek PFA on June 10.

Charlie Smith, 3, caught his first fish on May 29 in a private pond in Mitchell County.

Eight-year-old Chase Hale with his first crossbow harvest, a Polk County 9-pointer.

Clayton Osborne, 7, of Ashburn, took this deer on Oct. 17 in Turner County. The buck was blood tracked by Emmie McHugh, 6, of Ashburn, and her dog Heidi.

Dominick Eberhart, of Temple, with a big warmouth from Carroll County caught on June 1.

Durham Fowler, 9, was fishing in the family farm pond in Greene County on July 18 when he caught this 8 1/2-lb. bass.

Five-year-old Easton White killed his first doe on his first-ever hunting experience. Easton is from Social Circle.

Elijah White, 11, caught this catfish at his home in Madison on June 22.

Hadley Edenfield, 5, of Mitchell, with a McDuffie County catfish from June 26.

Hendrix “Catfish” Sturgis, 7, of Duncan, S.C., with a Lake Lanier largemouth he caught July 27.

Henry Payne, 10, of Maysville, with a Whitfield County tom taken April 10.

Hudson Daniel Dial, 7, of Locust Grove, was fishing a Henry County farm pond on Aug. 25 when he caught this bass.

J.D. Peterson III, 5, of Gray, with a fat bream he caught from the family farm pond in Bibb County on Feb. 26.

Jace Polman, 8, of Dawsonville, with a crossbow buck from Forsyth County.

Jaden Allen, 14, of Gainesville, with a Greene County buck.

Jase Krause with a Sumter County spike he killed on opening weekend of the youth season with his grandfather Jay Krause. 

John Dismuke, 6, of Dawson, killed this bird in Terrell County with a .410.

Julianne Peterson, of Gray, was 3 years old when she caught this fish at High Falls Lake.

Ten-year-old Kiersten Suggs, of Fort Valley, used her secret bait—a McDonald’s chicken nugget—to catch this Lake Oconee bream.

Eleven-year-old Lane Hannah, of Dallas, had some success in Paulding County on opening day.

Lawson Baker, 5, caught this bass while visiting his grandparents in Dougherty County on the Fourth of July.

Five-year-old Lydia Fritch, of Soddy Daisy, Tenn., with one of the 13 fish she caught from her Great Uncle Ed’s dock on Lake Oconee on June 27.

Makiah Lofty, 13, of Eton, caught this bass on Sept. 16 in a pond near her home in Murray County.

Matthew Barfield Jr., 6, of Williamson, killed his first hog in Butts County on Sept. 4 while hunting with his Paw Paw and Grandmama Terrell and Angie Sykes.

Matthew Franatovich, 13, on his first freshwater fishing trip caught this bass. He was fishing on Lake Marie in Forsyth County.

It was a happy Fourth of July for Milan Cleveland, 9, of Royston. Her big flathead came from Clarks Hill.

Miles Smith, 7, shot his first hog in Wilkinson County on Oct. 9 with a 350 Legend while hunting with his father.

Eight-year-old Miller Rosser, of Newnan, is holding a 12-lb., 3-oz. catfish that he caught in a private lake in Coweta County on June 28. Pictured with Miller is his brother Reid.

Noah Allen, 12, of Peachtree City, caught this 6-lb. catfish on July 16 in Henry County.

Ross Hulbert, 9 of Orange Beach, Ala., killed his first deer on his Poppy’s land in Putnam County.

Rylan Culpepper, 9, of Hamilton, with his first turkey taken in Early County on March 14.

Si Savage with a Savannah River white crappie caught on Aug. 28 that weighed 2 pounds.

Sophie Hargis, 15, of Rocky Face, with an 8-point that she killed in Hancock County.

Thomas Stephens, 3, of Adairsville, caught his first fish in a small stream in Gordon County on Sept. 26.

Banks Parrish with his Irwin County gobbler taken on March 27.

 Haylie Miller, 13, killed her best bird to date on April 17 in Worth County. She is becoming quite the hunter, already killing two bucks that score over 140 inches.

Jackson Parrish rolled these two Irwin County toms with one shot.

Jubal Roberson, 8, of Lumber City, with a Wheeler County gobbler taken on May 8.

Weston Anderson, 12, with a nice looking shoal bass from the Lee County stretch of the Flint River caught on Oct. 2.

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