Realtree Kids Scrapbook September 2020

Reader Contributed | September 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].

Bishop Lampp, 13, of Soperton, holds sister Joliee Kay as he celebrates a Treutlen County gobbler he shot on the last day of the season. Happy Birthday Bishop, who turns 14 on Sept. 14.

William Whitlock, 14, killed his first buck on the afternoon of Nov. 17 while hunting in Morgan County.

Brody Baxley, 8, caught this bass in Lake Lewis in Wilkinson County with his Grandpa Dennis and Meme Angela Lewis.

Zain Riley, 10, was hunting with his Papo Vance Rogers in Coffee County and got his first turkey, a double beard, on April 24. His brother Tucker is in the photo and can’t wait for his turn in 2021.

First fish! Way to go Jamie Hobby, 4, of Dawsonville, on her great catch from a Forsyth County pond on July 12.

Charley Harrison, 6, of Wrightsville, made a memory at the Johnson County family pond last Thanksgiving morning.

What a gnarly rack! Clay Wheeler shot the 12-pointer on Oct. 30 in Barrow County.

Golf carts make good fishing stools, too. You can ask Sterling Dusterdieck, 4, who catfishes in Pierce County.

Nothing like those big swamp rabbits, just ask Luke Etress, 10, of 
Newnan. He was hunting in Meriwether County.

Easton Meacham, 5, with a Laurens County bass that he caught March 31.

May May McWhirter, 14, of Atlanta, with a Morgan County doe she killed on Nov. 24. Her dad Peyton is a GON subscriber, thanks Peyton!

There’s some good fishing in Lowndes County, and these Hahira kids have found a honey hole. Our three skilled anglers are (from top) Colton Lupton, Rebekah Colson and Chris Lupton.

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