By GON Staff | November 20, 2006

Paulding Voters Say Yes to Bond Referendum to Buy WMA Tract

Paulding County residents took a major step toward protecting part of a popular hunting area in their county…

By Daryl Kirby | November 1, 2006

Sportsman’s Rights Amendment D-Day for Sportsmen

When you head to the polls to vote on November 7, and we’ll just assume you’ll be like…

By GON Staff | October 25, 2006

Redfish Fingerlings Released

Each year, Georgia DNR releases millions of hatchery-reared fish to create and enhance fishing opportunities for freshwater anglers….

By GON Staff | October 25, 2006

Statewide Opening Day Deer Reports

The reports are good from opening weekend of gun season across Georgia, as hunters are reporting that they…

By GON Staff | October 19, 2006

Bond Swamp and Okefenokee Hunts Still Uncertain Pending Ruling

In response to a federal-court judgement that could stop hunts this fall at Bond Swamp, Okefenokee and 35…

By GON Staff | October 17, 2006

DNR Seeks Input on 5-Year Plan to Set Direction for Outdoor Recreation

Some hunters will be sitting home this fall because they don’t have a place to hunt. Likewise, fishing,…

By GON Staff | October 10, 2006

Eye on the Antis – October 2006

The latest victory for the animal-rights, anti-hunting Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) should send a shocking…

By James Lakeman | October 1, 2006

Sportsmen Must Fight to Pass Right to Hunt and Fish Amendment

This November 7, sportsmen and women of the state of Georgia have the opportunity to elevate hunting and…

By GON Staff | September 22, 2006

Bowhunters Seeing Lots of Food, Pretty Good Deer Movement

In the Department of Natural Resource’s (DNR) annual mast survey, the overall oak rating was a 3.14, which…

By GON Staff | September 11, 2006

21-point Buck Arrowed Opening Weekend

Michael Almand of Madison killed one of the biggest and certainly the most unusual buck GON has heard…