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Behlyn Stewart, 19, of Eatonton, with her Putnam County 13-point buck taken on Oct. 23.
Here’s a super bow-kill from Chatham County. Jerry Burns, of Savannah, killed the buck on Oct. 31 in a food plot.
Thomas Bivens, 17, of McDonough, with his Henry County 10-pointer taken during one of the special Henry County Water Authority hunts.
John Blount, a GON subscriber from Hawkinsville, was setting up a new blind around his double-seat ladder stand when this mature Pulaski County 7-pointer showed up on Oct. 21.
An opening morning hunt in Hancock County produced this 9-point buck for Gordon McFarland.
Derek Frachiseur, of Oxford, said his wife wanted to hunt with him on Oct. 18. Well, she was good luck! Derek’s Warren County 11-pointer was taken on a food plot near a hardwood swamp.
GON member Waldo Bozeman, of Thomaston, killed this 10-point buck on Nov. 16 while hunting in Upson County.
Competitive bass are the best! Rob Pannell had two bass fighting for his lipless crankbait during a trip to Lake Macintosh in Coweta County.
Spencer Davis with his first buck, a Rockdale County 8-point taken Nov. 15 after passing up several on Nov. 11.
This almost solid-white piebald buck was killed in White County on Nov. 21 by Jacob Palmer, 18, of Cleveland.
Mattie Chumley, 16, killed her first deer, an 8-pointer, while hunting in Pickens County on Nov. 28.
Kyle Martin, of Cumming, killed this 17-inch-wide 8-pointer in Hancock County on Oct. 31 as it had its nose to the ground looking for a girlfriend.
GON member Keith Pike, of Mount Zion, with his best buck to date. This Morgan County 10-pointer was on a hot doe Nov. 14.
Chuck Morgan had a great opening weekend last turkey season. On opening day, he killed this Whitfield County bird with 1 1/2-inch spurs, and the next day he got a Chattooga County gobbler.
Jefferson’s Derrick Perdue shows off his first buck, taken on Nov. 21 as it was chasing a doe in Oconee County.
“Doing my part in Randolph County,” said William Magann, who sent this picture of a coyote he shot.
Cade McGrew, 16, with his Coweta County 8-pointer taken on Nov. 7.
This old Madison County 6-point buck only had four teeth left in its mouth, but it still had a nice rack. Steven Bellew and Taz Smith were hunting together on Nov. 24 when they killed the buck.
Gary Phillips, of Douglasville, with the 14-point buck he killed in Douglas County on Nov. 24.