GON November 2021 Issue
GON November 2021
Volume 35, No. 11
November Feature Articles
Trappers For Hire — Statewide List
Help for wildlife managers who have predator issues.
Blue Ridge November Bass Trifecta
This mountain lake is your best chance to catch smallmouth and largemouth to go along with great spotted bass action.
Georgia Duck Hunting Forecast
COVID canceled the counts again, but national duck numbers rarely impact Georgia hunting anyway, where woodies are key.
The First Lady Of Georgia Turkey Hunting
At a spry 95, Doris Forrester has a story to tell.
From Acorns To Mighty Oaks
Provide generations of wildlife food by growing oak trees using preferred acorns or from oak species not found on your land.
Reports From The Georgia Deer Woods
Hunt advisors give tips for how to hunt the rut.
Part 4 of GON’s five-part fall fiction series.
Jugging For Cats And Kids
Fill the freezer with catfish fillets while the kids have a great time.
Truck-Buck Contest Entries
Great Georgia bucks continue to be entered in GON’s big-buck contest!
Big Bass Are Back At Ocmulgee PFA
With incredible growth rates, this public lake shines for big bass.
Why I Hunt
A Georgia veterinarian had to answer to classmates who couldn’t believe the same man going to school to save animals would also hunt them.
November 2021 News
Days GON By: Looking Back At GON Stories
30 Years Ago: Mature Bucks Rather Fight Than Mate
Ben Rodger Lee Killed In Car Accident
20 Years Ago: Sense About Scents—Drag Rags, Mock Scrapes and Scent Lures
November 2021 Departments