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Every two years, Georgia’s Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) hosts a series of public meetings to get hunter input prior to making hunting-regulation proposals for the upcoming hunting seasons. The next round of these public meetings will be for the 2015-2017 hunting regulations. Meeting dates...

Central Georgia hunters who hunt on private lands in Bibb, Houston or Twiggs counties will have a one-day opportunity to harvest a bear this Saturday, Dec. 13. The first middle Georgia bear hunt was in 2011 and yielded 34 bears. The 2012 hunt saw 14 bears, and last year’s hunt...

A 150-class buck is special, but when a 10-year-old kid is the hunter, it becomes water-cooler chatter. The lucky hunter was Randal Holder (aka Boom), of Hawkinsville, and he killed the big buck on Thanksgiving morning in Houston County. He was hunting with his dad Doug.
Two brothers kill giant bucks two days apart on different properties. What are the odds? Anybody who hunts deer in Georgia knows the odds against it are astronomical. This isn’t Illinois or Kansas, where giant bucks are killable because of the narrow ribbons of...

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