Georgia Deer Hunting


By Karson Corbitt | January 17, 2018

Extremely Rare Melanistic Doe Taken In Webster County

Al Roberts has hunted rare and difficult game all over the country, but it was on the morning

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 Duncan Dobie | January 4, 2018

Story of Zeus: A Potential State-Record Buck

By now, many GON readers are familiar with the recent controversy that erupted after Lee Ellis killed a

By Daryl Kirby | January 2, 2018

Deer Season Wrap-up From GON’s Hunt Advisor Team

Even though the deer season is not quite over—open statewide until Jan. 14 this year—it is time to

By Karson Corbitt | December 20, 2017

Hunters For Christ Hosts Deer Hunt At West Point Lake

Hunters for Christ is a program created by the Baptist Tabernacle Church of LaGrange. They host events to

By Chad Cain | December 5, 2017

158-Inch Buck Taken By Hunter After Recent Life-Changing Injury

On Oct. 25, 20-year-old Luke Zech, of Monticello, was debating on whether to go to class or hunt. Luke

By GON Staff | November 22, 2017

Dial A Tracking Dog

Over the years, GON’s Dial A Tracking Dog list has helped thousands of Georgia hunters find their deer.

By Brad Gill | November 16, 2017

Blind Hunter Shoots Deer

Brett Morrison, of Chatsworth, was hoping to simply put a little meat in the freezer on Saturday, Nov.

By Brad Gill | October 26, 2017

32-point Velvet Buck Killed In Wilkes County

It took multiple shots with a muzzleloader and a well-trained tracking dog, but a very tough Wilkes County

By Brad Gill | October 20, 2017

Early Rut For Georgia’s Gun Opener?

There’s been a flurry of added excitement as Georgians wait on Saturday’s firearms opener. We’re hearing an above-average