GON October 2005

GON Staff | October 1, 2005


Lake Weiss Shallow Bite For October Bass
10 locations for shallow, aggressive bass.

The Gun Season Opening Day Has Lost Its Luster For Deer Hunters
Long seasons, liberal doe limits and a stronger focus on the rut seem to be reasons why opening day has become just another day.

Fall Bass With West Point Lake’s Dynamic Duo
Frank Eslinger and Steve Thomason map an October bass strategy for West Point bass.

Hunting Deer In The Planted Pines
Most Georgia hunting tracts have stands of pines. Here’s how to hunt them.

Fall Bass On Lake Juliette
Thomas Burkett talks lures and patterns for October bass on Juliette.

Cool Weather Trolling For Gator Seatrout
This husband-and-wife team prove you don’t need a fancy rig to get after speckled trout. Just hit the river and troll!

2005 Georgia Deer Special
After an off year in 2004, deer hunters anticipate a better season ahead — and bigger bucks.

Fall Fiction: The Haunted Hunt At Asbury Manor Part 3
October: “I’m not givin’ an inch to fear.” Determination to hunt the buck at Asbury Manor.

Three Key Ingredients For Fall Crappie On Clarks Hill
Dale Turner says docks, brush and shade are the ingredients for a good day of catching crappie on Clarks Hill in October.



DNR Deploys Law Enforcement Rangers To Hurricane Katrina Aftermath

Teal Arrive Late For Altamaha WMA Opening Weekend Duck Hunt

3-lb. Slab Crappie Caught In Taylor County Creek

43-lb. Chattahoochee River Striped Bass Caught On Fly Rod



Letters To The Editor: Shooting Fox Squirrels, Dogging Deer, Baiting

Eye On The Antis: Anti-Hunting In Our Schools

Realtree Kids Scrapbook

Scrapbook Pictures

Game Warden Reports

Editorial By Steve Burch

Daryl Gay’s Back Page

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