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Scrapbook November 2018

Reader Contributed | November 7, 2018

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Jennifer Fuqua, of Cartersville, with a super Bartow County buck killed during archery season on Sept. 23.

 

Cason Bedford with a 10-point buck he killed last season on Nov. 7 in his home county, Polk County.

 

Bonnie Wells, 76, of Brunswick, killed this Coffee County 8-point buck last season after sitting in the stand for more than two hours.

 

An Oconee County hunt last Nov. 11 produced this 8-pointer for Boone Milby, of Farmington.

 

Chris Papierz, a GON member from Douglas, dropped this Irwin County 10-pointer with a neck shot last Nov. 10.

 

Cati Cook, of Bremen, shot her first buck last season on Nov. 17—a nice Heard County 8-pointer (below) that was chasing a doe. The next day, Cati and her boyfriend were hunting together again when she dropped a Heard County 10-pointer.

 

Tony Johnson, of Mt. Airy, with a big Habersham County farm pond bass he caught while fishing a 3 1/2-inch swimbait on March 19.

 

Lynn Cole, of Dahlonega, caught this big largemouth at Lake Lanier on July 8. After the picture, Lynn let the bass go.

 

GON member Jerry Dauger, of Green Acres, Fla., was hunting in Taylor County last season when he killed this 10-point buck on Nov. 14.

 

Doug Jones, of Monroe, with an opening-day bow-buck killed in DeKalb County at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 8. Doug said his brother took a big 8 about 10 minutes before Doug shot this buck.

 

A bush hook on the Satilla River in Camden County produced this 50-lb. flathead catfish on July 21. GON subscribers Jamie Pearson and Willie White, of Saint Simons Island, show off the big cat.

 

Jason Hutcheson got some fishing in between thunderstorms on July 17 at a Toombs County pond and caught this 8-lb., 4-oz. bass. It hit a baby eel colored Culprit worm.

 

GON members Mike Miller, of Cocoa, Fla., had a great opening morning on his Worth County farm last turkey season.

 

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