GON April 2018 Issue

GON Staff | April 12, 2018

April Features:

Bartletts Ferry Bass Mapped For April
Here are 10 locations to set your April patterns at Bartletts.

Tips For Killing Tough Field Gobblers
A mature gobbler that’s spending time in a big field may be the toughest bird to kill. Here’s are some tips from DDJ.

Allatoona’s Big Numbers For April Bass
When the spotted bass move up on pea gravel points and banks, the April action at Allatoona is fast and fun.

Satilla River Redbreast, Catfish And Bass
The Satilla is the author’s favorite fishing destination, especially in April when these three species are abundant and biting.

Georgia Trout: It’s Not The West, But…
Trout fishing is surprisingly good in Georgia, and there’s great variety in types of trout waters and techniques that work well.

Georgia’s 2018 Turkey Season Opening Weekend Gobbling Reports
GON’s Advisors report from the turkey woods across the state. 

Kayak Inshore For Reds And Seatrout
The area around Jekyll is ideal for inshore kayak fishing.

Planer Board For Better Crappie Spreads
Cover more water with technique borrowed from walleye anglers.

“The Quest For Blackbeard”
Second Chances: Part 2 of Duncan Dobie’s spring turkey-hunting fiction series.


April News:

Coyote-Takers Calendar: April Tactics

Archery In Schools State Shoot Results

CWD Confirmed In Mississippi Buck

Days GON By: Looking Back At GON Stories


Letters To The Editor

Fishing Reports

Wild In The Kitchen: Turkey Tots In Taco Sauce

Hunter’s Journal: Pike County Coyote

Realtree Kids Scrapbook

Georgia Spy-Cam


GON Outdoor Kids: Summer Camp For Kids In Wrightsville

Tournament Reports

Kids Outdoor Outpost And Word Search: Hunter Ethics

Game Warden Reports: Dodge County Deer Hunting Without Permission


Daryl Gay’s Back Page

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