Scrapbook July 2018

Reader Contributed | July 10, 2018

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Lindy Anglin, of Monticello, was fishing with family and a friend for blue catfish in Lake Sinclair on May 5 and boated this 45-pounder.

William Meeks caught and released this 47-lb. blue cat at Lake Oconee last Aug. 20.


Amanda Martin Griffin, of Warner Robins, with her second deer ever and her first buck. She killed the 9-pointer in Monroe County.


Cade Legg, of Carlton, shot this Grady County 9-pointer last Nov. 24 just a few weeks before his 17th birthday.


Dooly County produced this 9-pointer on Nov. 5 for Kalin Peavy, of Leesburg.


Here’s Joe Tolbert with his Greene County 8-pointer from last Nov. 5.


Jennie Black shot this 8-point buck on Nov. 5 last season. Her stepdaughter Hannah had seen the same buck that morning but couldn’t get a shot.


Check out Steven Bohannon, of McRae, with his 12.4-lb. largemouth. Steven caught the bass from a private Telfair County lake on April 17.


Greta Turner and her son Jesse Turner, of Baxley, were fishing a farm pond in Appling County last March when mama taught her son a bit about fishing. Her fish weighed 5 pounds…. while his was a bit too small to weigh.


GON member David Richardson, of Gainesville, and his son Logan killed bucks 10 minutes apart the morning of Nov. 4 in Washington County.


After finishing his freshman year at UGA, Blake Hamil, of Marietta, was ready to turkey hunt. Hunting with his father Ken, Blake shot this Carroll County longbeard on May 5.


Chip Salem, of Alpharetta, with his 17th turkey taken with a bow. He got this bird in Fulton County.


Lane Kitchens, of Danville, with his Bleckely County 10-pointer killed on Nov. 11 as it followed a doe.


Amanda Hodges, of Musella, shot this Crawford County 9-pointer on Nov. 4.


Chris Clark, of Lyons, was watching a spike feed opening morning of gun season on Oct. 21 when it suddenly ran off. That’s when this Tattnall County 8-pointer showed up.


Derrick Norton, of Bogart, got his first bow-kill turkey in Elbert County on April 28 while hunting with nephew Nick Gambrell. The gobbler had an 11-inch beard and 1-inch spurs.


Chad Davis, of Social Circle, got some good help showing off his Putnam County 8-pointer killed at 11:05 a.m. on opening day of gun season.


Metter’s Austin Jones with his Candler County 8-point buck killed on Oct. 21.


This Morgan County 8-point buck had 7-inch bases and beams that crossed at the tips. Aaron Fuller, of Watkinsville, shot the buck on Oct. 25.







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