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Maybe when there is too many deer killed in a county, it could get closed to deer hunting & that county on the map may turn red or some other bright color.


Tell me how the "too many deer killed" part is figured?
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It's up to 15 deer now. That's way to many already.
They must have a honey hole. I saw the one male killed on DF. Monster.
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Maybe when there is too many deer killed in a county, it could get closed to deer hunting & that county on the map may turn red or some other bright color.

You're joking but I like the idea.
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I dont think its the interstates that effect the harvest. I think its the river flows.
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The end result of this data being public will be more hunting pressure and higher lease prices in the counties that report more deer kills. In a few short years folks will be on GON crying about how they got priced out of their lease by Florida hunters. Go ahead and slam me but I'm right and soon you will all know it.
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Pretty cool info.
If everyone will report their kills.
Kind of like pad locks ... only keeping honest people honest.
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Old 09-12-2016, 10:28 AM
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This is an Awesome tool! Hope all hunters hunt by the law and enter this info. This will provide us with valuable information. Interesting to see some kills by guns!! Two in my County (Forsyth)
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Dangggg hall county is leading with kills... Stay ouy of my honey hole lol
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Old 09-12-2016, 01:21 PM
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Only 3 killed in Berrien county... ha you know them rednecks aint gonna report their deers!!











Just kidding redneck Berrien county guys.
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Old 09-12-2016, 01:29 PM
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You're joking but I like the idea.
Yes Sir, just following GA DAWG's lead joking at you, but also added a bit more to the overall discussions.




Good quick response in correcting the Deer Harvest Results by County spreadsheet report to now allows us to see all counties in the state.

Also as I mentioned earlier too, the Deer Harvest by WMA spreadsheet report is now corrected, which includes Private Land on the 1st line.

Good work. Thanks for the quick corrections.





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21 deer killed in Lumpkin county is disturbing. At that rate we will be shot out before muzzle loader season. I don't think people realize the deer population is maybe at best 15 deer per square mile.

I don't like knowing now. Kidding...
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Arrow Georgia Deer Harvest Update - 2016 September 12th

Here's some sample Georgia deer harvest reports & map from today after lunch . . .



https://gamecheckresults.gooutdoorsgeorgia.com/

Georgia Deer Harvest Results



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Outstanding stuff Charlie. Job well done!
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21 deer killed in Lumpkin county is disturbing. At that rate we will be shot out before muzzle loader season. I don't think people realize the deer population is maybe at best 15 deer per square mile.

I don't like knowing now. Kidding...
You are joking but in a few weeks people on this forum will be posting the same kind of thing. This data is a horrible idea!
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21 deer killed in Lumpkin county is disturbing. At that rate we will be shot out before muzzle loader season. I don't think people realize the deer population is maybe at best 15 deer per square mile.

I don't like knowing now. Kidding...
15 deer per square mile times 283 square miles equals 4,245 total deer in the county.
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My GON challenge team shot a quarter of all the deer on the harvest record for Clarke county off of one farm. In one night!!!
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Have to use your mouse to scroll the page.

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Looks good & helpful.

Nice map results.

For "deer harvest results by county" & selecting "All Counties", the response only shows counties starting with the letters A, B, C, D, but not the rest of them.



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My GON challenge team shot a quarter of all the deer on the harvest record for Clarke county off of one farm. In one night!!!

Nice!
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Have to use your mouse to scroll the page.
It's not rocket science.

As was posted early afternoon yesterday during lunchtime, me & a few others posted experiencing the same problem after scrolling or paging down to the bottom of the alphabetized spreadsheet report at the end of the web page where it only ended in counties starting with the letter "D", but today the problem is corrected as you can see.

Glad we have experts around here to point out the obvious.

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Didn't see where someone already answered...I apologize. I wasn't trying to be smart...just figured it out myself. There isn't a scroll bar on the side of the graph and I just happened to spin my scroll wheel on my mouse and saw it moved. Just trying to pass along info!

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It's not rocket science.

As was posted early afternoon yesterday during lunchtime, me & a few others posted experiencing the same problem after scrolling or paging down to the bottom of the alphabetized spreadsheet report at the end of the web page where it only ended in counties starting with the letter "D", but today the problem is corrected as you can see.

Glad we have experts around here to point out the obvious.

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15 deer per square mile times 283 square miles equals 4,245 total deer in the county.
I'm going to do the math now deer per day to get to that total.

If we can kill 35.5 deer per day till January 8th we will kill them all.
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I'm going to do the math now deer per day to get to that total.

If we can kill 35.5 deer per day till January 8th we will kill them all.
And they say I'm a trip.
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since we are reporting. do we still have to tag it on paper? or the confirmation code is good enough of a tagging?
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since we are reporting. do we still have to tag it on paper? or the confirmation code is good enough of a tagging?
My understanding is the info on your phone is adequate however it is probably a good idea to have a paper copy as a back-up...but not required.
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Very Cool Info, while I know not all deer will be reported, I suppose we will finally see some real numbers and facts.

Also,
I see where there are some firearm and muzzloader kills. Were those quota hunts? someone made a mistake? Or am I missing something, because it was strange that someone shot a muzzleloader pretty close to me on the neighboring property at 8am Saturday morning. I thought it was odd that if you were gonna hunt with a firearm why not just use a rifle? Maybe they were a felon and figured they would keep the tickets to a minimum?
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