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GON April 2019

GON Staff | April 1, 2019

Features:

Map To Hartwell’s Awesome April Bassin’
Catch spots and largemouth in all three stages of the spawn.

Old Way Gobblers
The old ways and calls can be the best ways for a gobbler.

Inshore Gator Trout
Now’s a great time to fish for Georgia’s biggest seatrout.

Lake Oconee Bass Outside The Box
Clayton Childs offers April patterns against the Oconee grain.

Reports From The Georgia Turkey Woods
GON’s Hunt Advisor team gives gobbling and turkey hunting reports from counties all across the state.

Toccoa River Trout Top To Bottom
Guide to the Toccoa tailwater fishery, where it’s a numbers game.

Small Lake Profile: Laura S. Walker State Park
A 626-acre lake offers a southeast Georgia fishing experience at the Okefenokee Swamp’s doorstep.

Taking Kids To The Turkey Woods
Getting kids in front of a gobbler becomes the focus.

Turkey-Hunting Fiction: “The Shotgun”
Part 2 of 3: Education of a Turkey Hunter.

Stuckey’s Lake In Twiggs County
This 100-acre pay lake has long been a big-bass factory, and the crappie and bream fishing is good, too.

News:

Ag-Pro GON Outdoor Blast Set For July 26-28

Coosa Walleye From 1989 Finally Recognized

Wild In The Kitchen: Apple Smoked Turkey

South Georgia Fly Rod Bream

West Point Striped Bass Record Broken

Chattahoochee Catfish Sets New Record

Days GON By
30 Years Ago: First Trout In Chattahoochee River Not Stocked By Game & Fish
                       60-lb. Lake Jackson Stringer!
20 Years Ago: Hunting Sharp-Spurred Toms
10 Years Ago: Lake Seed Record Largemouth Caught

Departments:

Letters

Fishing Reports

Hunter’s Journal

Realtree Kids Scrapbook

Georgia Spy-Cam

Scrapbook

Game Warden Reports

Editorial

Daryl Gay’s Back Page

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