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Realtree Kids Scrapbook October 2020

Reader Contributed | September 30, 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]

Cannon Padgett, 7, caught his first shoal bass on the Flint River in Lee County about a mile above the Highway 32 bridge on Aug. 13. Pictured are dad Michael Padgett and his daughter Harper Jayne.

Leo Bennett, 9, of Atlanta with his first turkey. He took the gobbler at the end of the day on April 18, 2020 with his .410 while hunting with his dad Jason in Laurens County.

Leo Bennett, 9, of Atlanta with his first turkey. He took the gobbler at the end of the day on April 18, 2020 with his .410 while hunting with his dad Jason in Laurens County.

Sophia Sparks, 6, of Appling, caught this bluegill in a family pond in McDuffie County.

Rylen Huber, 10, of Chatsworth, loves to fish. Here, she shows off a couple of Murray County largemouth she caught.

Pretty stellar vacation for Wyatt Stewart, 10, of Patterson. While in Gilmer County, he caught his first brown and rainbow on April 28.

Grant Zeisig, 11, didn’t venture far from his Henry County home to bust this tom on April 4.

Cale Shelnutt, 12, of Lawrenceville, caught this Gwinnett County bream.

Will Tatum, 10, of Sandersville, with a Lake Oconee striper caught in July.

David Slade’s first time ever in the woods yielded a 22-lb. gobbler. He is now a turkey hunter for life.

Jake Alexander, 5, got a Toombs County wood duck hunt and some bass fishing in before school on Jan. 17.

Tucker Wilemon, 9, was fishing last Christmas Day and caught this bass in Camden County.

Hendrix Sturgis, 6, grew up fishing in the north metro Atlanta area, and it shows with his skills. Here’s a recent catfish he caught.

Here’s a PB for Winton Brown, 12. He caught the 12-pounder in Cherokee County on April 14.

Layla Seitz, 11, was in Danielsville on her first hunt last month when she got her first kill on her second shot.

Cody Cox, 11, of Alva, Fla., with a Tallapoosa County gobbler with 1-inch spurs.

Spencer Frady, 13, of Clarkesville, with a bass caught in the family pond on June 13.

Josie Holbrook, 8, of Dawsonville, killed her first turkey on the morning of March 25 in Dawson County.

Malina Ruiz, 15, of Athens, shot this hog in Wilkes County on May 25.

Hayden Poole, 12, of Woodstock, spent five years fishing a lake near his home and finally caught the one he was after. This 9.4-lb. bass was caught and released.

Andie Cohran (above), 8, and Wesley Cohran (below), 5, enjoyed catching a few catfish in their Putnam County pond.

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