Spy-Cam January 2018

Reader Contributed | January 1, 2018

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Rut Action In Fayette County: Here’s a pretty good sign that there was some whitetail chasing going on in Fayette County on Nov. 24. GON subscriber Danny Sorrells, of Haralson, got this great trail-cam photo at 2:21 p.m.


Transformation In The Deer Woods: If you think the people of north Georgia were shocked when the snow began to pile up on Dec. 8, imagine what the deer were thinking. Ashley Silvers sent this awesome picture of a doe trekking through the white stuff near Fairmount, which is located in southwest Gordon County near the county lines for Bartow, Cherokee and Pickens counties.


Make Fun Of My Rack One More Time… I Dare You: GON subscriber William Sciara, of Cumming, got this picture on Nov. 25 of a young Putnam County buck sporting his unique attempt at being original.


Let Sleeping Pigs Lie: Eating all the food from that feeder must be hard work. These four wild hogs decided to lay down and take a break right in front of Fred Wammock’s trail cam. Fred got the picture in the Ogeechee River swamp.


Monroe County Mega Yote: Christopher Doll, of Macon, got several pictures of a very large Monroe County coyote—so large that he contacted DNR. “This dude was so much bigger, broader and healthy compared to other coyotes I had on camera, I thought he looked a lot like a wolf or some hybrid,” Christopher said. “To be sure that he was something I could legally harvest, I contacted DNR to ask if there were any kind of wolves or hybrids in Georgia. They felt he was in fact a coyote, but a mighty big one.”

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