Georgia Turkey Hunting

By GON Staff | April 1, 2008

Gobblers Hot for Opener

It may not have been on fire everywhere, but for the most part, the opening weekend of turkey…

By GON Staff | March 5, 2008

Country Goes Huntin’ Concert Coming April 9

The dogwoods are starting to bloom, and the turkeys are starting to gobble! This can only mean one…

By Phil Dunk | March 1, 2008

The Myth About Hunting Gobbling Turkeys

The early morning gobbling activity was over, and I hadn’t heard a turkey in hours, however, my confidence

By GON Staff | March 1, 2008

Treutlen Gobbler Breaks 7-Year-Old State Record

Last year, on April 5, Sean Bennett of Statesboro killed a freakish, eight- bearded, Treutlen County gobbler that

By Tim Knight | March 1, 2008

It Takes A Chief

Believe it or not, there is little difference between the behavior of whitetail bucks and gobbler turkeys. Think

By Tim Knight | March 1, 2008

Bowhunting for Turkeys

Believe it or not, there is little difference between the behavior of whitetail bucks and gobbler turkeys. Think…

By GON Staff | February 10, 2008

Jannakis Wins Georgia State Turkey Calling Championship

Chris Jannakis of Gray won last month’s Georgia State Turkey Calling Championship at Unicoi State Park. The win…

By GON Staff | February 7, 2008

Something For Everyone At 32nd Annual NWTF National Convention

With deer season over, big-game hunters across Georgia are shifting gears. Turkey season is a little more than…

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | February 1, 2008

Keeping The Edge

Webster’s dictionary defines complacency as, “self satisfaction accompanied by unawareness of actual dangers or deficiencies.” This is a

By GON Staff | December 1, 2007

JAKES Hunt Puts 46 Children In The Woods

For the last four years, the Turkey Oak Strutter Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) has…