Scrapbook March 2018

Reader Contributed | March 2, 2018

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Black ducks are pretty rare in Georgia. Madison Mullis said this one killed in Wilkinson County on Jan. 7 was her first, and probably her last, black duck.


Oconee County produced this 8-point buck for Adam Hewell, of Watkinsville. The buck was chasing on Nov. 12.


Charles Norton, of Loganville, with a great Walton County buck killed Oct. 29, 2016. The 12-pointer scored better as a non-typical, netting 153 2/8. According to GON County Rankings, it’s the No. 5 non-typical ever recorded from Walton.


This Macon County 10-pointer had a 21 7/8-inch inside spread and netted 141 5/8. Leland Overholt, of Marshallville, shot the buck on Nov. 18.


Bob Chamberlain with “Curly Bill,” a Washington County 9-pointer that was entered in Week 8 of GON’s big-buck contest. Like all Truck-Buck entries, you can read Bob’s full hunt story and see more pics at


Aaron Copeland, 16, of Eatonton, with his Putnam County 8-pointer taken from a ground blind on Nov. 1.


Tonya McAllister caught this 7-lb. largemouth while fishing a Little George in a Crawford County pond on Feb. 9.


GON subscriber Michael Davidson, of Bethlehem, said the spots were biting at Lanier on Jan. 31. “We caught 18 big ’uns on jerkbaits that wolf full moon, 44 degree water temps,” Michael said.


Trapping is the way to go if you have hog issues. Jimmy Blair, of Douglasville, sent this photo from a Washington County club where they trapped 10 hogs Jan. 12 and three more the next day.


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