Scrapbook – March 2024

Reader Contributed | March 2, 2024

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Brittany Johnson, of Loganville, with a wide-racked Hart County buck she killed last season. Her dad Tim grunted “Bulldozer” to a stop for Brittany’s shot.


Call this mountain buck Mr. Brow Tine! Justin Gregory, of Cumming, got the 11-point on family land in Walker County.


Super 8-point buck from Macon County killed by Jonathan Kaiser, of Bonaire.


Tate Padgett, 16, got his best deer ever the morning of Dec. 28 in Cherokee County. Tate had been after the big 7-pointer all season.


Rosemary Cartmill with her first Lake Lanier striped bass. “Now all she wants to do is go fishing,” said husband Bill. “Praise the Lord, a family that fishes together stays together,” he said.


Haralson County produced this handsome buck last season on Christmas day for Coe Marlow, of Tallapoosa.


Cole Dickerson, who lives in Butts County, got this 21-lb. gobbler last April 13 while hunting in Henry County.


Subscriber Jason Holland, of Canton, killed this Marion County 12-pointer on Nov. 21 during the 2021 season.


David Guest, of Plains, with a five-bearded gobbler killed in Stewart County last May 4. The total length of beards tallied 44 1/16 inches, including 10 15/16- and 10 12/16-inch beards.


Putnam County 21-pointer! Hayward Hoover, of Eatonton, killed the buck on Dec. 29. They had 14 trail-cam photos of “MoMo,” but only one daylight pic.


Everyone’s proud of mama when she kills a nice buck! Kelley Beasley had Remi, 4, and Rylee, 2, in the blind when she killed this Emanuel County 7-point.


Winter hybrids from Lake Jackson, all caught before daylight on Nov. 27. Billy Murphy, of Rockdale County, said they hit a small Rat-L-Trap and red minnow soft bait. The largest was 7 pounds.


Amber Kitchens, of Mitchell, got it done with her bow on this Warren County buck she killed on Oct. 8.


This piebald buck was taken in Baldwin County this past season by California Ziong, of Statham.


Lemarr Humphrey, of Rome, killed this sow hog last May 17 in Floyd County.


Jase Sparks, 17, of Appling, hasn’t picked up a gun for years, and it paid off with his first bow buck this season.


It was a frosty Nov. 1 morning in Wilkes County when TJ Watson, of Pendergrass, downed this 10-point as it stepped out of planted pines into a powerline opening.


Dave Baron, of Cleveland, shot this Habersham County 8-pointer as it followed a doe on the morning of Nov. 25.


Gainesville’s Jackie Burdette with a post deer season coyote, saying “We have to remember it’s always coyote season.”


A 36-yard crossbow shot was money on this Gwinnett County 8-point for Matthew Stephens, of Winder.

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