Georgia Duck Hunting

By Daryl Kirby | September 1, 2017

Duck Numbers Remain High

The reports are good—duck numbers remain high, as they have been for several years in a row now.

By Jarrett Harrison | December 7, 2016

Wood Ducks Key For Georgia Waterfowlers

In his book, “Life Among the Apaches,” John C. Cremony describes an interesting method used by Apache hunters

By Randy McDuffie | October 3, 2016

Shotgunning Basics

In today’s shooting world, we have an overwhelming choice of guns, ammunition and accessories that are “best,” right? Maybe

By Mike Bolton | March 3, 2016

Wild In The Kitchen: Roast Duck & Wild Rice

Roast Duck With Wild Rice Dressing   1 wood duck, dressed giblets 1 cup cooked wild rice 4…

By Steve Burch | January 3, 2016

Sandbars at Seminole – Sans DUCKS!

Known for many superlatives, Lake Seminole has long been ranked only behind the Georgia coast as the best…

By Daryl Kirby | November 25, 2014

Ducks Numbers At All-Time Highs

The later the better, that’s how some duck hunters view the often painful wait for birds to show…

By GON Staff | November 20, 2014

Duck Bait Found On River Bend, Beaverdam WMAs

One or more poachers have ruined duck-hunting memories that were to be made this Saturday as duck season…

By Daryl Kirby | August 27, 2014

3-Time State Duck-Calling Champ Crowned

Clint Shipman won his third—and likely final—Georgia state duck-calling championship by topping a tough field of nine of…

By GON Staff | May 30, 2014

State Duck-Calling Contests Return To Outdoor Blast

Three state-champion duck-calling titles are on the line, and that means some of the nation’s top competition callers…

By Mike Bolton | February 1, 2014

Seminole Tragedy Claims Young Duck Hunter

A profound sorrow hangs heavy across a series of tight-knit communities in southwest Georgia after the tragic loss…