GON January Issue 2016
GON Staff | January 1, 2016
January 2016: Vol. 30, No. 1
Many of the best bucks taken each year in Georgia are killed by GON subscribers. Jill Brown and her Putnam County giant are in Week 9 of GON’s Truck-Buck contest.
Photo By Brad Gill
January Feature Articles
Georgia Quail Invitational
Birds, bird dogs and all of the trappings of a quail hunt stir a passion to preserve birds and quality habitat.
Lake Jackson Bass Mapped For January
Spotted bass are more common than big largemouth, but Jackson is still a prime bass fishing destination for winter anglers.
Coon Dogs Are Special Breed
Daryl Gay spends an evening hunting behind some of the best coon dogs—and hunters—you will find.
Winter Seatrout In The Deep Holes
Pick the right days, and January can produce a great bite for spotted seatrout stacked in the deep holes.
The Hunt Camp Life
Everyone should spend time in a hunting camp, where friends, hunting, pranks and more make lasting memories.
Lake Seminole Ducks
Seminole is one of Georgia’s premier duck-hunting destinations. The winners of a drawing at the Outdoor Blast hunt with GON.
January 2016 News
560-lb. Bear Hit And Killed In South Georgia
Middle Georgia Bear Hunt Reports
Chickasawhatchee WMA Produces Big Bucks
Hunter Rescues Woman Stranded In River
Officer Donates Road-Kill Mount
Seatrout Minimum Length Raised To 14 Inches
January 2016 Departments
Hunter’s Journal: Haley’s Hunt With Grandma First Buck
Wild In The Kitchen: Venison Lasagna
GON Outdoor Kids: Noah Pescitelli Earns Fishing Scholarship
Kids Outdoor Outpost And Word Search
Editorial-Opinion: Burch Says Sportsmen Should Vote On Super Tuesday
Daryl Gay’s Back Page: I’m In The Running!
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