Scrapbook – July 2019

Reader Contributed | July 1, 2019

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Catherine Harvey, of Washington County, caught two topwater bass with one cast on a Whopper Plopper.


Michael Toomey, of Marion County, got a new bowfishing rig, and here’s his first gar with the new setup.


Juli McCaskill, of Statesboro, made her first gobbler a good one. Juli’s Turner County bird had 1 5/8-inch spurs and an 11-inch beard.


This very nice 10-point buck was killed in Franklin County on the second Saturday of gun season. Anthony Goff, of Royston, was hunting with his wife when he shot the buck.


CJ Newberry, 16, of Lizella, killed this Bibb County 8-pointer on the first hunt of the season in a stand on the edge of a hay field.


The bucks were running and grunting in the Monroe County woods the morning of Oct. 31 when Nathan Mason, of Juliette, killed this 205-lb. 8-pointer.


This Newton County buck had already gotten by Pat Partain, of Oxford, while chasing a doe on Oct. 27. Fifty minutes later the buck was back with some other does, and Pat dropped the 9-pointer.


Andy Roberts, of Calhoun, with his super Gordon County 10-point buck killed on Nov. 8. This is Andy’s biggest buck, and he said it’s more special coming from his home county.


Barry Hart, of Sharpsburg, with his 240-lb. 10-point buck killed in Macon County last November.


A food plot on a gasline produced this Treutlen County buck for Sam Sullivan, of Vidalia, during a hunt last November.


GON member Lewis Nowell, of Adairsville, with an impressive striped bass caught on the Etowah River in Bartow County on May 2.


Jacob Moore, of Cochran, killed this gobbler on Ocmulgee WMA. It was one of two gobblers called in by Jacob and David Brown after two days of rain.


Madison Barrett, of Pelham, had just turned 16 when she got her first deer in December. Madison made a great shot on the Randolph County 9-pointer.


Mark Terry, of Bonaire, with a super Worth County 12-point buck killed in late October last season.


Afternoon hunt in the misting rain after a front was the ticket for Britt Jones, of Epworth, when he killed this Fannin County 8-pointer on Nov. 9.


Kelly Stanfill, of St. Marys, caught this Macon County 10-pointer checking a scrape at the edge of a food plot during a morning hunt on Nov. 4.


Kyle Grubbs, of Shiloh, with a super Harris County 11-pointer killed Nov. 8 after passing on several other nice bucks during the season.


There was lots of deer activity in the Paulding County woods during a cool, misty evening last Nov. 13. Russ King, of Douglasville, shot this 9-pointer as it trailed a doe and grunted as it walked.


Ernie Mosley with the big boss hog killed out of Brickston Hunting Club in McIntosh County. The hog bumped the scales at 300 pounds.


On May 1, with the aid of Brandon Beasley’s lucky late-season wingbone call, Jesse Crookston took this nice Emanuel County longbeard.

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