Georgia Deer Hunting

LATEST DEER HUNTING ARTICLES

By Karson Corbitt | January 17, 2018
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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
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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 Duncan Dobie | January 4, 2018
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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