GON June 2016 Issue

GON Staff | June 13, 2016

June 2016: Vol. 30, No. 6

Many folks are afraid of snakes, but most you encounter are harmless. However, there are six species in Georgia we should all have at least a healthy respect for.  

June Feature Articles

Afraid Of Snakes? HISSS Might Be For You
There are requirements for membership in this fictional group.

Eufaula Bass From Bream Beds To Ledges
10 locations mapped by Matt Baty for June largemouth.

West Point Bowfishing
Like tons of action? Give bowfishing a try this summer.

Growing Up Outdoors
Spend time in the outdoors with kids when they are young.

Georgia’s Six Venomous Snakes
What they look like, their range, and where they like to hide.

Flint River Shoal Bass
This unique species of bass is aggressive and fun to catch.

Tripletail On The Summer Structure
As the water warms, focus on buoys, flotsam and structure.

Allatoona’s Summertime Stripers
Good live bait and stealth improve your odds for June linesides.

Truck-Buck Shoot-Out Qualifiers
Meet the deer hunters who won big in the big-buck contest.

4-H Shooting Sports State Championships
Results from shotgun, archery, rifle and more.

Catch Your Own Crawfish
South Georgia ditches and swamps offer a crawfish bounty.


June 2016 News

West Point Lake Stocked With Largemouth Bass

Thwart Hunt Camp Thieves

Military Hero Hunts Turkey In Taliaferro County

Joe’s Cut Reef Enhanced


May 2016 Departments

Letters To The Editor

Hunter’s Journal: Callie’s Path To A Hunter

Wild In The Kitchen: Turkey Brined & Grilled

Days GON By

Fishing Reports

Realtree Kids Scrapbook

Georgia Spy-Cam

Scrapbook Photos

GON Outdoor Kids

Kids Outdoor Outpost And Word Search

Game Warden Reports


Daryl Gay’s Back Page: We Ain’t Right


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