GON May 2016 Issue

GON Staff | May 12, 2016

May 2016: Vol. 30, No. 5


Coyotes may be an invasive, non-native species, but they’ve sure made themselves at home in Georgia. Many sportsmen have had enough.

Photo By Ronnie Garrison

May Feature Articles

Lanier’s Awesome Postspawn Spotted Bass
Ryan Coleman gives tips and tactics for May spots on Lanier.

Clarks Hill Bass Blowing Up On Bluebacks
10 locations for the blueback spawn and topwater largemouth.

Overcoming 35-Foot Fall Means A Return To The Woods
A passion for hunting and trapping was incentive in recovery.

Dealing With Trespassers
Few things are more irritating than poachers who don’t respect property lines and locals who could care less. Here’s the deal.

Statewide Gobbling & Turkey Hunting Files
Reports from GON’s Hunt Advisors and lots of gobbler photos.

Catch Cobia Riding The Rays
The manta ray pattern is a fun way to find big cobia this month.

Small Lake Profile: Evans County PFA
This WRD managed fishing area has a brand new start. The hydrilla is gone, the pressure is light, and the fishing is good.

Tobesofkee Bass With Houston County High-Schoolers
Student anglers fish Tobesofkee in final event of the spring.

A Coyote Killing Primer
Here are the basics for giving a yote a dirt nap in May and June—not the easiest time to kill a coyote, but it’s the right time.


May 2016 News

Lake Jackson Record Flathead Pushes 64-lbs.

Two Sinclair Record-Class Cats In One Trip

Publisher Steve Burch Earns Hall of Fame

May 2016 Departments

Letters To The Editor

Hunter’s Journal: Officers, Best Friends Get Gobbler

Wild In The Kitchen: Greek Style Wild Turkey

Days GON By

Fishing Reports

Georgia Spy-Cam

Scrapbook Photos

More Scrapbook Pics

GON Outdoor Kids:

Kids Outdoor Outpost And Word Search

Game Warden Reports


Daryl Gay’s Back Page: Talking Turkey


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