Georgia Deer Hunting

LATEST DEER HUNTING ARTICLES

By GON Staff | June 17, 2006

WMA Buck Lost, Found and Returned

For a deer hunter, there are few feelings as low as when a blood trail begins to peter

By Daryl Kirby | May 1, 2006

TIME FOR FAWNS How Many Will Survive?

A 3,000-acre tract in Murray County, almost in the shadows of the rugged Cohutta Wilderness, intensively managed for

By Daryl Kirby | April 27, 2006

Unraveling The Rut

Read a few hunting magazines this time of year and you’d think there’s nothing to killing a big,…

By Daryl Kirby | April 27, 2006

Deer Hunting OTG – On the Ground

The quick, frenzied crack and clatter of antler against antler was unmistakable. My first thought, someone had slipped…

By Brad Gill | April 27, 2006

Ossabaw’s 2005 Hunt Report: Thick, Wet and Covered With Acorns

Most hunters picked for one of the Ossabaw Island quota deer hunts this season found the hunting tougher…

By Brad Gill | April 26, 2006

B.F. Grant WMA

My first hunting memories were born on B.F. Grant WMA. Growing up east of Atlanta, dad and I…

By Brad Gill | April 26, 2006

Avoid The Deer-Hunting Blues: Learn To Adapt

Before picking a tree to climb opening morning, it may be advantageous to first think about all the…

By Brad Gill | April 26, 2006

Deer Dogs In The Morning, Deer Stands In the Afternoon

The cold air had my eyes just about in tears as Martin Johnson and I rolled down a…

By Daryl Kirby | April 25, 2006

Predators and Fawns: What’s the Impact in Georgia?

A 3,000-acre tract in Murray County, almost in the shadows of the rugged Cohutta Wilderness, intensively managed for…

By Daryl Kirby | April 25, 2006

Jeff Foxworthy’s Love of the Hunt

We met up with Jeff Foxworthy on a February morning in Troup County in 2001. The Realtree Video…