Georgia Turkey Hunting

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | February 1, 2009

Turkey Hunting Truths

With deer season gone and winter throwing its last punches, my thoughts shift primarily to turkey hunting, a

By Brad Gill | August 26, 2008

Once again… Country Goes Huntin’ Donates Money To SEEDS

During the GONetwork Banquet at this year’s Outdoor Blast, GONetwork President Steve Burch announced a $6,000 donation to…

By Nick Carter | April 29, 2008

2008 Gobbler Gallery

The clock is winding down on another Georgia turkey season, and judging from the reports received by GON…

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | April 1, 2008

Turkey-Hunting “Experiments” That Can Work in Tough Times

When we think of drought we usually associate it with lack of water. We can also apply the

By Leonard Hampton | April 1, 2008

Turkey-Hunting Honey-Hole Fever

Webster does not define a turkey-hunting honey-hole in the dictionary, so most of us who have one must

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