GON May 2019

GON Staff | May 8, 2019


Satilla River Catfish On The Rise
Flatheads are growing big in this smaller black-water river. 

Eufaula Bass In The May Grassbeds
Les Bratcher marks a map with 10 milk-run locations.

Seatrout In The Sounds
Capt. David Newlin offers up three techniques for May trout.

Small Lake Profile: Big Lazer Creek PFA
This Talbot County lake offers good fishing for several species.

Reports From The Georgia Turkey Woods
GON’s Hunt Advisor team gives gobbling and turkey hunting reports from counties all across the state.

Target Monster Catfish
Patience and knowledge are required to catch big cats.

Sheepshead And Drum Combo Trip
The inshore action is great in May, and this combo trip will keep the rods bent.

Next-Level Scouting For Mature Bucks
Finding a buck’s bedding area during the season could bump the buck and ruin your chances. Find his bed after the season.

Turkey-Hunting Fiction: “The Shotgun”
Part 3 of 3: The Way Of An Old Master

GON’s 6th Annual Coyote Cull
Easy to enter and plenty to win—including helping wildlife.


Veterans Crappie-Fishing Day At Clarks Hill

Tame, Free-Range Doe Lives To 20 Years Old

West Point Again Stocked With Largemouth

Wild In The Kitchen: Spatchcock Smoked Turkey

WMA Coyote Options in May

Ag-Pro GON Outdoor Blast Set For July 26-28

Tugalo Perch Nearly Breaks State Record

Days GON By
30 Years Ago: Award Winning Georgia Outdoor News
                       Piedmont NWR Turned 50
20 Years Ago: Shed From State-Record Typical Turns Up
Gobbler Attacks
10 Years Ago: Russell’s 63-lb., 4-oz. Striper Bests Georgia and South Carolina Records



Fishing Reports

Hunter’s Journal

Realtree Kids Scrapbook

Georgia Spy-Cam


Game Warden Reports


Daryl Gay’s Back Page

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