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Bartow County produced this nice buck on Oct. 30 for Jacin Bagwell, of Rydal.
Christine Smith, a GON subscriber from Lavonia, shot this 10-pointer this season in Franklin County.
The Flint River in Lee County pro- duced this awesome 7-lb. shoal bass. Owen Kuhn, a GON subscriber from Tallashassee, Fla., caught the bass Oct. 1 on a fluke.
This handsome Brooks County buck was killed with a muzzleloader during the 2015 season by GON subscriber Laz Vostitsanos.
April Brantley caught her first flounder during a great trip to the Sapelo Island beach last April with her husband Matt.
Brandon Cook, a GON subscriber from Griffin, killed this nice buck in Pike County on Nov. 6.
This 12-point buck was killed on Fort Gordon last October by Robert Evans. The buck was aged at 4 1/2 years old, and it was rough scored at 154 6/8.
Longtime GON member RJ Andre, of Monroe, with his Walton County 9-point buck killed on Nov. 1.
Casey Slay, of Bremen, killed her first turkey in Haralson County last April 20. The 18-lb. bird had 1 1/2-inch spurs and a 10-inch beard. The tom came in strutting and gobbling with another tom and a hen.
Herbert Jacobs hadn’t been hunting in five years—what a way to start back! Mr. Jacobs, of Sylvania killed this 10-pointer in Screven County on Oct. 25.
Josh Norris, of Sandersville, caught this 10-lb. bass in Johnson County on Aug. 26. The bass was 22 inches long. She nailed a Yellow Magic topwater plug.
Covington’s Lewis Hadwin wanted to share his successful morning with his fellow GON members. Lewis downed the 8-pointer in Wilkinson County Oct. 21.
Marihelen Strickland, of Lakeland, shot this 11-point buck while hunting in Crawford County on Oct. 28.
Here’s the first gobbler for Robert Caldwell, of Tifton. He shot the bird in Ben Hill County last season on April 22.