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Georgia State Big Game Records

Home to peanuts, pecans, black bears and whitetail deer, Georgia also loves its football


Thankfully, the state of Georgia’s hunting season runs well past the regular college football season. Die-hard Bulldogs fans can rest easy knowing they won’t miss a game or a chance to hunt some whitetail deer and a few black bears in the Georgia pines. Monroe County had a couple of whopper deer entries, but that was decades ago. Today, Worth and Dooly County are coming into their own. And apparently they have plenty of deer since hunters can take up to a dozen. Interestingly, the last four black bear entries have all been “pick ups” and are owned by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources.

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