Scrapbook – November 2019

Reader Contributed | November 2, 2019

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“My first big kill, age 75!” said GON member Barbara Anderson, of Murphy, N.C. Barbara got her buck in Cherokee County last Nov. 8.


Connie Crowe, of Covington, with her second gobbler of last season, taken in Newton County.


Jackie Burdette, of Covington, killed this coyote in Franklin County. “I don’t have any turkeys left on my property due to coyotes, but now I have a new exciting hobby of predator hunting,” Jackie said.


Kristy Bullard with her first buck! She was hunting in Washington County last Oct. 28 when she downed the nice buck.


Landon Plank with his first buck, killed on Thanksgiving morning last season in Macon County.


Letha Nelson, of Warner Robins, caught this lunker in the St. John’s River on May 23 during her family’s annual spring fishing trip. The bass couldn’t resist a fat, juicy worm.


Here’s an opening morning buck from the 2018 season. Mike Thornton, of Jonesboro, got the 8-pointer in Talbot County after spotting it when two does in a food plot froze and stared into some pines.


Michael Toomey, of Box Springs, gave the credit to quality-buck management for this Marion County brute he killed last Thanksgiving weekend.


First deer for Sarah Beth Isley, of Acworth—she was hunting in Jones County last Dec. 29 when the buck slipped into a food plot.


Rory Foret was hunting in Polk County last November with his son Trent. Rory said, “Praise the good Lord for another great day. Prayed for a deer and was blessed with three. Amen.”

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