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By Brad Gill | April 13, 2018

Red Phase Turkey Killed In Carroll County

GON subscriber Ken Hamil, of Marietta, killed a rare erythritic, or red-phase, gobbler on a Carroll County cattle

By GON Staff | April 11, 2018

Gun Rights Speech Hits Home

The video of a man’s comments at a Greensboro, N.C. city council meeting where gun-control measures were being

By GON Staff | April 4, 2018

Archery In Schools State Shoot Results

On March 3, approximately 733 students from across the state competed in the 2018 National Archery in the

By GON Staff | April 2, 2018

GHFF Statement On Baiting Battle

As reported, there was significant political wrangling over the issue of legalizing hunting deer near feed with no

By Daryl Kirby | March 30, 2018

No Baiting For Northern Zone Deer Hunters

No baiting for Northern Zone deer hunters. Several proposed laws that included language that would have legalized hunting

By Daryl Kirby | March 29, 2018

Northern Zone Baiting Still Not Legal, But Very Much Alive On Final Day

No, baiting for deer in the Northern Zone has not yet been legalized—at least not at 4:30 p.m.

By Craig James | March 26, 2018

Wildcat Creek Campground Closed, Fishing Still Open

Wildcat Creek has always been a popular destination for trout anglers. This small stream that runs through a

By Mike Bolton | March 20, 2018

CWD Found In Mississippi Deer

The discovery of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in a deer found dead in Mississippi has Georgia WRD officials

By GON Staff | March 9, 2018

Truck-Buck Contest 2017-18 Scoring Results

The second of two scoring events for GON’s Truck-Buck Contest was held in Madison on Saturday, March 11. From among the more than

By Brad Gill | March 8, 2018

Hard Labor Creek Regional Reservoir Opens March 9

Hard Labor Creek Regional Reservoir opens for public fishing tomorrow, March 9 at 12 p.m. Fishing will commence