Georgia Deer Hunting


By Brad Gill | December 1, 2006

When Bucks Go Tough

November in the Georgia deer woods almost looked like the start of a new era; big-bodied, heavy-racked bucks

By Brad Gill | November 1, 2006

Bucks on the Fly

For some the homework is over. Hunters have placed lock-ons and ladders in August, while others will rely…

By Lindsay Thomas Jr. | October 1, 2006

Cooperating Across Boundaries

At the Buckarama in August, I spent Saturday helping run the Quality Deer Management Association’s (QDMA) booth. This

By Daryl Kirby | October 1, 2006

Catch Him Chasing!

Kids, work, traffic… kids… Is it getting more difficult to find time for that other passion — deer

By Brad Bailey | October 1, 2006

GON’s 2006 Deer Special: Lowest Deer Harvest in 18 years

Hunters are becoming an endangered species. During the 2005-06 hunting season there were fewer hunters in the Georgia…

By GON Staff | September 1, 2006

Truck-Buck: How the Weeks Were Won

Every year, the majority of the best bucks killed in Georgia can be found in one place —…

By GON Staff | September 1, 2006

SEPTEMBER FOOD SOURCE UPDATE Decent Acorns, Persimmons Despite the Drought

For bowhunters, who use a relatively short-range weapon, nothing is more important than being able to get a…

By Roy Kellett | August 1, 2006

Truck-Buck 05-06 How the Weeks Were Won

As the 2005-06 deer season went from archery, to primitive-weapons week, to full-blown gun season, one thing remained…

By GON Staff | July 24, 2006

NORTH vs SOUTH: The New, Improved Truck-Buck Contest!

Truck-Buck is not the kind of contest that someone pays an entry fee up front expecting to win…

By Eric Bruce | July 11, 2006

Photograph Your Buck Now! A Trail-Camera, Deer-Hunting Strategy

“I knew one of us was going to get him,” said Travis Brantley when he saw the trail-camera