Email your pics to [email protected]. Please include your name, GON subscriber number, hometown, county where the picture was taken, date, time and any interesting details for a caption.
Deer Carcass Cam Capture: Laughton Smith, a GON subscriber from Waycross, set up his trail camera over a deer carcass in Ware County and got pictures of a bald eagle. This picture was taken at 1:32 p.m. on Nov. 7, 2016.
Bream Fishing’s Good In The Winter: GON subscriber Brad Johnson, of Senoia, got several pictures of this big-stick bream angler. The close-up images of the great blue heron were captured on Brad’s Spy-Cam on Jan. 3.
Time To Get After The Yotes: When deer season ends, it’s a good time to put some effort into predator control. GON subscriber Joey Kendall, of Acworth, got this picture last June 29 on his hunting property in Washington County. “This dang coyote is obviously taking advantage of the hard work and money that I spend trying to increase my deer herd. He is literally eating my deer herd,” said Joey.
Wrong Stand, Wrong Time: You hear successful hunters often say, ‘Right place, right time.’ Trail cameras allow us to know when we picked the wrong stand. Mike Miller sent this image captured Oct. 29 on his Worth County farm. “I was in the wrong stand that morning. Have not seen him yet—hope he is still around,” said Mike on Nov. 20 when he emailed the picture.
A Fly By: Bryan Duncan sent this awesome photo from his Browning trail camera that caught a hawk making a low pass in front of his camera setup. The photo was taken in Wilkes County at 12:57 p.m. on July 30.