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Most sportsmen seem to be generally in favor of a proposed license-fee increase, but there’s a strong sentiment that any additional funding...

Steve Scruggs and his famous “Snakes Alive” show will be coming to GON’s Outdoor Blast July 24-26 at the Gwinnett Center.
Brunswick, GA (June 25, 2015)- The Coastal Resources Division (CRD) of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources recently deployed a 110-feet-long...

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Hartwell Bass Topwater Milk-Run For July
Think it is too hot to go fishing during the day in July? Big bass busting on top will make you forget how hot it is. Plan a trip to Lake Hartwell, and enjoy catching quality fish on topwater plugs.

Lake Hartwell is a sprawling 56,000-acre U.S. Army Corps of Engineers lake on the Savannah River in the northeast corner of Georgia. The lower lake is full of long points, humps, standing timber and brushpiles. Blueback herring are a...

4-H Trap Shooters Blast Away In Putnam County
Shots constantly rang out as hundreds of talented kids demonstrated their incredible abilities in the 4-H Modified Trap competition held May 8-9 in Putnam County. The youth shotgun competition was one of a number of 4-H shooting events that have occurred since February under its Project S.A.F.E. (Shooting Awareness Fun and Education) program.

During the Modified Trap event, each contestant shot at 25 clay targets with the goal of hitting as many targets as possible in order to advance in the competition.

This may seem like a difficult task to most, but to some of these kids, it was a piece of cake. Multiple shooters were able to get near-perfect scores, which caused the hundreds of tents filled with supportive family, friends and coaches to burst with excitement. The competition and determination of the competitors were so intense that several of the titles up for grabs had to be decided through shoot-offs, which only emphasized the amazing talent these...

The 2nd Annual GON Coyote Cull
Here’s a bit of good news. About the same time the GON e-mail in-boxes began filling with trail-camera pics of newborn fawns and turkey poults, they also began filling with pictures of dead coyotes. A few are pictured here, and more will appear in the July issue.

Taking out a...

Floating and Bumping The Canoochee River
Wow, about dried up! Only a foot or 2 deep, just inches in some places. The far bank a few yards away seems a little deeper. Wading forward until I was knee deep, I still couldn’t see the bottom, which was shaded by the mirrored reflection of a leaning cypress above the shiny, black water. A little snap-whip of the rod sent the tiny spinnerbait sailing away, landing softly enough I could see...

GON's Tracking Dogs & Deer Coolers Lists
Here's GON's 2014-2015 Dial-a-Tracking Dog and Deer Coolers lists. Some folks have dropped off the lists this year, but there are some new faces, as well. If you have a deer down, these lists should provide everything you need to find it and get it to a cooler for storage or processing.

To add a dog or processor to either list, call GON at (800) 438-4663.
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