By Amber Roberts | September 26, 2017

Sumter Buck Could Be New County Record

Thomas Lamb, of Americus, killed a buck in Sumter County on Sept. 15 that could end up being

By Brad Gill | September 21, 2017

Saltwater Community Presses Feds For Fishing Relief

Recent congressional steps were taken that could eventually bring some relaxed seasons and better bag limits for Georgia’s

By Brad Gill | September 7, 2017

Darden Dove Shoot Raises $6,000 For Youth Programs

Temperatures in the mid 80s provided for a comfortable dove opener for participants at the annual GONetwork SEEDS

By Ronnie Garrison | September 6, 2017

Sportsmen To The Rescue

  Hunters and fishermen are some of the best folks on earth. Those who also served our country

By Brad Gill | September 6, 2017

Tyler Meeks Wins GON’s Youth Shoot-Out

Tyler Meeks, 14, of Hawkinsville, won a $3,000 shopping spree after winning GON’s Youth Big-Buck Contest Shoot-Out on

By Donny Karr | September 5, 2017

Snakebite Nearly Fatal For Georgia Girl

A typical summer afternoon at the creek quickly turned into a nightmare situation for 12-year-old Cecillia Gonzalez, of

By Daryl Kirby | September 5, 2017

Down To Two: Truck-Buck Shoot-Out Ends After Epic Battle

To say the Truck-Buck Shoot-Out will test the nerves of contestants and the audience is a bit of

By Daryl Kirby | September 1, 2017

Duck Numbers Remain High

The reports are good—duck numbers remain high, as they have been for several years in a row now.

By Daryl | August 30, 2017

Youth Deer Hunters In Georgia Have Their Very Own Contest

GON’s Youth Big-Buck Contest is back, and that means a Browning Trail Camera will be given away every

By Craig James | August 30, 2017

Satilla River Safe Despite Nearby Sewage Spill

While earlier reports suggested that the Satilla River had been heavily polluted, the news—at least currently—is much better