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Andrew Garmon, of Hephzibah, was hunting in Burke County this past season when he shot this 11-pointer.
Chuck Schandera, of Cleveland, was hunting in Hall County with his son last Nov. 19 when he killed this 7-pointer.
A last-minute decision to hunt a different stand paid off with this Oglethorpe County 10-pointer. Greg Gillespie, of Commerce, killed the buck on opening morning of gun season Oct. 21.
It was tough seeing deer this season because of wild hogs on Darrel Poole’s Jefferson County property, so Darrel got as far from the hog sign as he could and killed this 8-pointer on Nov. 11.
Hunting a hardwood ridge surrounded by planted pines opening day of gun season produced this Jasper County 9-point buck for James Mitchell, of Conyers.
This was the largest of three bucks that walked into a food plot on opening morning of gun season in Laurens County. James Ivey, of Rockledge, dropped the 10-pointer in its tracks.
Jesup’s Henry White said he watched this buck grow for four years and finally got the Wayne County 8-pointer on Oct. 24 last season.
Chase Daniels, of Alpharetta, killed a coyote on Nov. 26 while deer hunting in Wilkinson County.
Anna Ray, of Good Hope, killed her first deer on Jan. 13 while hunting a food plot in Morgan County. It was one of 10 deer she saw that afternoon.
Josh Shriver with an 11.5-lb. largemouth bass caught in a Turner County lake in early April. Thanks to The Anchor Holds Bait Shop in Cordele for sharing the picture.
Logan Wasden (right) and Dakota Lamb, of Louisville, with a string of catfish caught in Lake Sinclair on jugs. Check out the photo to above of a flathead that swallowed a channel cat that was already hooked on a jug and got itself caught.
Easton Hamer, of Young Harris, with his Towns County buck killed on Dec. 29. The buck was a main-frame 10 with a kicker off its left G2.