Fawns are showing up everywhere, turkey poults are hatching, and Round 2 of the 2020 GON Coyote Cull is off and rolling as hunters and trappers continue to get after song dogs.
Listed below are all the entries of those who found success and taken a photo with their June 2020 issue of GON. We’ll update this list throughout the contest. Please allow at least 24 hours for your entry to be processed and posted online if you enter through the mail or at [email protected].
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June Entries For The 7th Annual GON Coyote Cull
Michael Tingle Jr., of Ringgold, killed this Bartow County coyote on June 12. The male dog weighed 26 pounds.
Bo Petty, of Schlatterville, with a Brantley County coyote.
Jonathan Hughes, of Savannah, with a Candler County coyote.
Keith Swinford, of Cohutta, with a pair of Catoosa County coyotes.
Zach Ingle, of Ringgold, with a Catoosa County male coyote that weighed 34 pounds.
David Coffee, of Ringgold, with a Catoosa County coyote.
David Hardin with a coyote taken in the Woodstock city limits in Cherokee County.
Bob Schaffer, of Evans, trapped this Columbia County coyote.
Matt Waldrop, of Temple, with a Douglas County coyote.
Frank R. Owens, of Rincon, with an Effingham County coyote.
Robbie Armstrong, of Rome, with a Floyd County coyote.
Gary H. Davis, of Blue Ridge, killed this Gilmer County coyote on June 14.
Mike Willis, of Greensboro, with a Greene County coyote.
Terry Ball, of Clarkesville, with a Habersham County coyote.
Jason Pruitt shot this Jackson County coyote as it slipped along a field edge late in the afternoon.
Josh Smith, of Murrayville, with a Lumpkin County coyote killed May 31, 2020.
Lee Stover with a Lumpkin County coyote.
Greg Carden with a Meriwether County female coyote taken with a 22-250 rifle.
Glenn Earnest, of Crandall, with a Murray County coyote.
Andy Marshall, of Concord, with a Pike County coyote.
This Spalding County coyote was trapped June 2 by Jack Barron, of Williamson. Jack was trapping with his dad and GON subscriber Steve Barron.
Chris Lingerfelt, of Martin, shot this Stephens County coyote on June 14.
Jimmy Lee Price, of Soperton, with a Treutlen County coyote. Jimmy Lee reports, “This one I called in using a fawn in distress call. The same call was used on another coyote at a different location, but that one saw me before I could get a shot. Both came in quick! They definitely are keyed in on fawns at this time of year.”
Matthew Bishop, of LaGrange, with a Troup County coyote.
Ranny Embrey, of West Point, with a Troup County coyote.
Caleb Harkins killed this Union County coyote on June 6, 2020. This is the 11th coyote Caleb has killed in 2020 and the 26th coyote he has killed on a small piece of property in Suches since he started keeping count on Facebook on Nov. 2, 2019. They are hoping it’ll make a difference in the number of fawns they see this summer.
Brent Chandler, of Good Hope, with a Walton County coyote.
Joe Morris, of Waycross, with a Ware County female coyote he shot June 8. It’s coyote No. 91 in 27 months of hunting. Joe reports, “Hunting predators is my passion. I learn something on every hunt.”
Nathan Baldree, of Manor, called in this three-legged coyote on June 14. Nathan reports, “Called him in just before midnight. I’m 6-1, 235, it’s amazing that this male caught enough food to get this size while having only three legs.”
Ron Rozier, of Waycross, with a Ware County coyote.
Matt Roberts, of Cleveland, with a White County coyote.
Cline Souther, of Dalton, with a female Whitfield County coyote killed June 5, 2020.
Jon Bennett, of Washington, with a Wilkes County coyote.