Georgia Turkey Hunting

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | March 1, 2007

Winning the Season Opener

I was feeling pretty confident as I stood beside my hunting partner Bobby Knight. It was opening day

By Jeff Williams | March 1, 2007

Turkey Hunting That Can’t Be Done

Opening day of turkey season is a date that every turkey hunter in Georgia looks forward to each

By Brad Gill | April 27, 2006

Gobblers Galore at River Creek!

Thirty minutes after fly-down time, and we hadn’t heard a gobble. This is crazy, I thought. Thomas Holcombe,…

By Brad Gill | April 26, 2006

Two Kids Hit The Turkey Woods

“That made the whole trip worth it right there,” Matt Howard announced climbing to his feet. Looking 10…

By Brad Gill | April 26, 2006

Rough Weather Gobblers

It has probably been eight years ago now — one of the more memorable turkey hunts I’ve ever…

By GON Staff | April 6, 2006

Hot in South Georgia; Spotty to Cold North

As always, it’s a mixed bag when you’re trying to gauge the statewide success from an opening day…

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | April 1, 2006

The Right Call, For The Right Mood

Reading a gobbler’s mood and following it up with the right call can be a deadly combination this

By Keith Byers | March 22, 2006

Plan B Gobblers

I had been set up for 30 minutes. Now I was wondering if I had made the right

By Brad Bailey | March 1, 2000

Gobbler Hunt, Step by Step

Turkey hunting can be so easy. An hour into opening-day morning of the 1999 Georgia turkey season and