Georgia Turkey Hunting

By Brad Gill | September 27, 2017

Georgia WRD Rolls Out Turkey Plan

Turkey hunters are a passionate bunch, especially in light of a number of years of poor hatches that

By Charles Evans | August 1, 2017

New Hunter Mentorship Competition Starts Aug. 15

For the first time in Georgia’s rich hunting history, a competition is being held to encourage licensed hunters

By Charles Evans | July 31, 2017

UGA Student Shoots First Deer, Hooked For Life

Personally and professionally I have taken people of all ages hunting. However, one of my most rewarding experiences

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | May 15, 2017

Solid Week Of Turkey Hunting In Kansas

This week in Kansas was solid! Another dozen birds or so bit the dust as hens are becoming

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | May 1, 2017

Bad Weather In Kansas Shuts Down Gobbling

I took off on Monday and headed for the Sunflower State of Kansas. Good weather and easy traffic,

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | April 10, 2017

Quiet Gobblers During Windy, Rainy Week

Week No. 3 of Georgia’s turkey season was a pretty quiet one for me. I was limited on my

By Daryl Kirby | April 4, 2017

GON’s Turkey-Nest, Trail-Cam Challenge

A wild turkey hen will typically lay nine to 12 eggs each spring. From 1980 to 1989, the

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | April 3, 2017

DDJ Rolls The Boss, Calls In Several Other Birds

The first nine days of the Georgia season has been a roller coaster ride! I spent Monday and Tuesday

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | April 3, 2017

Strategy For Wise Old Birds—Kill ’Em Softly

A long time ago, while working a bird on the side of a steep hardwood hill, I fell

By Savannah E'Dalgo | March 30, 2017

Rare Black-Phase Gobbler Killed

Jacob Mullis, of Macon, experienced a once-in-a-lifetime turkey hunt on March 26 when he harvested a rare melanistic turkey