Georgia Duck Hunting

By Jeff Scott | March 1, 2007

2007 Kids’ Wood-Duck Conservation Day Puts Kids To Work Building 127 Duck Boxes

The GONetwork’s Henry County Committee and the Henry County Water and Sewerage Authority (HCWSA) held their second-annual Kids’…

By GON Staff | January 26, 2007

Darien Annexation Proposal Includes Altamaha WMA Duck Ponds

The City Council of Darien has passed a resolution to propose legislation that would allow it to annex…

By Daryl Kirby | January 1, 2007

16° Mallards Working the Pond

It sure seemed dark, a thick blanket of fog not helping matters. With no warning, a half-dozen black

By Daryl Kirby | December 21, 2006

16 Degrees, Mallards Working the Pond

It sure seemed dark, a thick blanket of fog not helping matters. With no warning, a half-dozen black…

By Brad Bailey | December 1, 2006

Do-It-Yourself Duck Ponds

Georgia isn’t known for its red-hot duck hunting. We are a long way from the rice fields of…

By Daryl Kirby | April 27, 2006

Wood Duck Boxes

Wood-duck hens are early nesters, usually selecting a site and getting down to business in early February, so…

By Daryl Kirby | April 27, 2006

Duck Hunting Sense

There are few more satisfying, more intense moments in the outdoors than the sight of a big group

By Daryl Kirby | April 27, 2006

Duck Hunting Memories, Made in Georgia

About this time of year, thoughts of a sagging-bellied, wide-racked mature buck begin to wane for me. My…

By Brad Bailey | April 27, 2006

Hunt All Day For A Seminole Canvasback

Canvasback hunting in Georgia is back! After a closed season last year, the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service…

By Daryl Kirby | April 6, 2006

Georgia: A Wonderland for Wood Ducks

It would be impossible to guess how many Georgia duck hunts have been salvaged by the high-pitched, unmistakable…