By Hunter Galloway | January 12, 2018

Late-Season 160-Inch Mountain Buck

Levi Morrow, of Talking Rock, was having a very successful deer season already this year. He killed a

By Brad Gill | September 27, 2017

Georgia WRD Rolls Out Turkey Plan

Turkey hunters are a passionate bunch, especially in light of a number of years of poor hatches that

By Craig James | December 6, 2017

Georgia’s Best Public Areas For Wild Hogs

December has been coined the most wonderful time of the year, and with good reason. Time with family

By Craig James | November 16, 2017

Georgia Duck Season Starts Saturday

As Saturday approaches, duck hunters across the state are busy preparing boats and decoys for the upcoming early

By Jessica Mohlman | December 7, 2017

Bobwhite Research On Di-Lane

The flush of a covey of quail is an addictive adrenaline rush that unfortunately many hunters don’t get

By Brad Gill | September 7, 2017

Darden Dove Shoot Raises $6,000 For Youth Programs

Temperatures in the mid 80s provided for a comfortable dove opener for participants at the annual GONetwork SEEDS

By Lynn Stanford | December 12, 2017

Trapping The Right Way

I feel it’s safe to say that every county in Georgia is having problems with coyotes to some

By John N. Felsher | January 10, 2018

Beagle Basics For Better Rabbit Hunting

Across the pine savannah, unseen dogs began howling as they jumped another cottontail. Despite wearing heavy brush pants,

By Charles Evans | November 15, 2017

Higher Learning… To Hunt

You may have seen a flurry of articles and news releases floating around lately referencing the U.S. Fish

By Hunter Galloway | October 3, 2017

Georgia’s Heaviest Bear

Tim Watson, of Dillard, got settled in his stand around 5 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 30 in hopes