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Georgia Turkey Hunting

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | February 29, 2012

Learning To Avoid Turkey Hunting’s Classic Mistakes

The big Cedar Creek WMA gobbler had covered a lot of ground and was now getting dangerously close…

By Lynn Stanford | February 1, 2012

Baseball, Big Gobblers And Cool Hand Luke

The two jakes stepped into the food plot at a fast walk, one behind the other. They were…

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | February 1, 2012

Tag-Along Toms

Every once in a while I find myself tangling with a bird that is seemingly reluctant to leave…

By Daryl Kirby | April 27, 2011

Nesting Hens Give Hope For Late-Season Gobblers

As is typical for turkey season in Georgia, opening weekend saw a flurry of activity by hunters and…

By GON Staff | March 1, 2011

Country Goes Huntin’ Is Celebrating 10 Years

If you’re a hunter or watch outdoor television, chances are you have heard of the annual Country Goes…

By Donald Devereaux Jarrett | February 23, 2011

Learning To Hang Up On Hung Up Gobblers

I had one season under my belt when I encountered my first hung-up gobbler. I had worked a…

By Joe DiPietro | April 15, 2010

Play The Terrain To Kill Mountain Gobblers

As the sights and sounds of spring fill the mountains and valleys of north Georgia, turkeys are gobbling,…

By Brad Gill | March 30, 2010

Youth Turkey Hunters Hear Gospel… And Some Pretty Good Gobblin’

Five turkeys — four longbeards and a jake — hit the dirt opening day, thanks to a youth…

By Zach Thwaite | March 30, 2010

Use Technology For Better Turkey Hunting

Out of all the gear the average turkey hunter packs in his vest or backpack, there is a…

By Lynn Stanford | February 23, 2010

Savannah’s First Turkey

I’ve not missed an opening day of turkey season in Putnam County in more than 30 years. It’s…