GON March 2018 Issue
March 2018 Feature Articles
Seminole Is Red Hot For Quality Largemouth
Here are 10 locations to set your March bass patterns.
Arthur Woody’s “Native” Mountain Gobblers
The Barefoot Ranger nurtured these birds when in most areas the turkey populations had to be restocked with “foreign” birds.
Stay Inshore For Big March Sheepshead
Most think of nearshore reefs for March sheepshead. Not us. Try this dock-post pattern.
Rebound Year For Georgia Turkeys, Finally?
Turkey populations and harvests are down, and poult production is way off from past numbers. What gives in the turkey woods?
March Crappie On The “New” Lake Sinclair
Pro Troy Thiel shares tips for crappie-fishing action on Sinclair.
Banks Lake Drawdown Fishing
Less water and weeds greet anglers at Banks Lake right now.
Georgia’s Record Gobblers
The 2018 edition of GON’s look at the top Georgia gobblers ever recorded in various NWTF categories.
West Point’s Spring Bass On The Bed
After a cold winter, a very warm February has West Point’s largemouth and spotted bass ready to chow.
“The Quest For Blackbeard”
Part 1 of Duncan Dobie’s new spring turkey-hunting fiction series.
Georgia Fishing Awards And Rewards
From DNR Angler Awards and the Bass Slam to GON’s Lake & River Records, there’s recognition for exceptional fish.
March 2018 News
Days GON By: Looking Back At GON Stories
30 Years Ago: Turkey Hunting Begins To Take Off In Georgia
20 Years Ago: Blake Voltz Kills World-Class Buck In Muscogee County
10 Years Ago: Jackie Carter Helps Release Bear Cub
GON Kids & Word Search
March 2018 Departments