Hunting

By Hunter Galloway | January 12, 2018
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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