GON April 2022 Issue
April 2022: Vol. 36, No. 4
April Feature Articles
Long Range Gobblers
A bird gobbling far off over a couple of ridges can hear your calls much better than you think. Here’s how to work him.
Punching Mats And Froggin’ For Eufaula Bass
All that shallow vegetation on Lake Eufaula means there are bass up shallow. These techniques put fish in the boat.
New No. 3 Georgia Gobbler Added To Records
The Top-10 charts for Georgia’s best gobblers includes an eight-bearded bird from Marion County. See all the records.
Bumping Bottom For North Georgia Trout
A trout rising to take a surface fly or lure is a beautiful sight, but much of a trout’s feeding goes on below the surface.
Watch Out For Invasive Cogongrass
This invasive species is not something you want on your hunting property.
Fishing Panic Pond & Silver Lake PFA
More than 30 small lakes make up this Seminole County public area, including Panic Pond, managed for trophy bass.
Lake Burton Bass Mapped For April
10 GPS locations to set your pattern at Burton this month.
Hog Jam 2022
Six tons of wild hogs entered in Wayne County contest.
Bass Fishing The Lower Savannah River
Billy Robertson shows how to navigate unique factors of fishing the Savannah and put bass—and big mudfish—in the boat.
April 2022 News
Days GON By: Looking Back At GON Stories
30 Years Ago: David Blanton’s Midday Turkey Tactics
20 Years Ago: Allatoona Slabs On The Bank
10 Years Ago: Tips For Turkeys That Won’t Gobble
April 2022 Departments