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The storms and high water made for a tough hunt, but Madison Baty, 17, of Carnesville, harvested this 7-foot alligator in Zone 9.
GON subscriber Alan Turner, of Blue Ridge, took out two big coyotes while hunting a Fannin County food plot Nov. 11.
GON member Derek Jacobs, of Hazlehurst, shot this red-phased, double-bearded gobbler in Jeff Davis County on April 10 last season.
Steven Miller got this Cherokee County bear with a crossbow. “We also had five other bears on our other camera. There was a bear scat all up and down an old logging road, so I set up there knowing he was coming from a valley below,” Steven said. “The boar pegged out a 300-lb. scale, and we didn’t even have his head or shoulders off the truck.”
Congrats to Brandy Johnson on her buck! Brandy, of Thomaston, was hunting in Talbot County on Nov. 3 when she shot the 10-pointer.
This Morgan County buck was killed Oct. 31 by Mike Hollowell on the farm of long-time GON member Don Becker, of Madison.
This heavy 10-point buck was killed in Bacon County last Nov. 25 by GON subscriber Randy Harris, of Cumming.
James Moore, a GON member from Griffin, scored on this 200-lb. Spalding County 8-point buck Nov. 1, which was his first hunting trip of the season.
Joe Akin Sr., of south Fayette County, with a buck he shot there this season. Mr. Joe, by the way, is 97 years old!
Sitting on the ground in a box blind was the ticket for Tommy Jacobs, a GON member from Bethlehem. Tommy shot this 10-pointer in Fulton County Oct. 13.