Spy-Cam – November 2022

Trail-camera images from the Georgia woods.

Reader Contributed | October 31, 2022

Email pictures 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. Or mail to GON Spy-Cam, PO Box 1379, Madison, GA 30650.

Hawk Dives On Gobbler: The GON reader who sent this amazing picture asked that his name not be used. We only publish photos with a name and county included, but this one is too special to leave out. The trail-cam picture of a hawk diving on a gobbler was captured in south-central Georgia.


Lightning Bolt! In all our years of looking at great trail-camera photos, this might be the first image that caught a streak of lightning as a deer walked past. Ken Myers, of Concord, got the image on his Meriwether County hunting property.


 Arrow Pass-Through: What are the odds? John Yoder, of Montezuma, shot a doe at 7:24 p.m. on Sept. 12 in Macon County, and his SpyPoint trail-camera snapped a picture as the arrow passed through. “Talk about perfect timing!” John said.


Sly Stalk, Or Just Passing By? Never trust a cat. GON subscriber Sidney Smith, of Talbotton, submitted this picture.


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