Scrapbook – February 2016

Reader Contributed | February 10, 2016

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Jim Boswell, of Athens, with one of two great bucks he killed this season. Jim shot this Greene County 9-pointer on Nov. 4 while slowly scouting, easing along into the wind.


This Meriwether County buck was in full velvet when it was shot on Jan. 1. Christian Lane, of Williamson, said his buck was missing some key male parts, which is commonly the reason a buck doesn’t shed its velvet.


Kaitlyn Gaskins, 17, of Gray, was hunting with her granddaddy Billy Gaskins in Terrell County when she shot this 200-lb. hog.


Kevin Lewis shot this beautiful 13-pointer in Seminole County on Dec. 26, 2014.


This nice 12-pointer was taken with a muzzleloader. Butch Moore, of Loganville, was hunting in Laurens County on Oct. 13 when he shot the buck with his smokepole.


Kayla Watts, of Clarkesville, took advantage of the new extended season when she killed this freakish looking buck on Jan. 10 in Habersham County. The mountain buck is a 12-pointer, with five points on the left side and seven on the right—including two main beams!


Richard Harrison, of Bremen, got his first-ever gobbler last season on April 10 while hunting in Haralson County. The bird gobbled from the roost and then hammered away as it came in.


Congrats to Dalton Fernandez on his first deer, a 3-point buck taken at Cowhouse Island Hunting Club in Brantley County.

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