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The list below will continue to be populated throughout the summer, 2015.
This section of the 2018–2019 Hunting Seasons and Regulations provides information related to all lands managed for hunting by Wildlife Resources Division.
QUOTA HUNT – A hunt that allows a predetermined number of hunters to participate.
A QUOTA is used to conserve the natural resources (wildlife and their habitats) and to provide a high quality hunting experience.
Priority points may be used on an application to increase the likelihood of selection.
You may wager as many points as you have when applying for a quota hunt, not exceeding the lowest held by any group member.
Extra caution should be taken to ensure no live shells are left on the field. From the intersection of HWY 96/HWY 19 in Butler, GA, take HWY 96 west 13.2 miles. Take I-95 south to Exit 58; turn left on GA HWY 57; go 1 mile to flashing light; continue straight on HWY 99, go 9.1 mi. (in Meridian); turn left and proceed to Sapelo Island Visitors Center.
From Reidsville take GA Highway 147 approximately 6.5 miles to intersection with Hwy 178. Turn left on HWY 90 and go 2.2 miles, then left on Fox Run Rd.
However, if you require additional information, a contact number is provided with each listing. Take GA HWY 15 north 9 miles; check station on left. Though listed as Problems in Oceanography in the course catalog, this is our graduate field ecology course.It involves one weekly meeting and then a ten-day field trip to Sapelo Island, GA.Selected hunters will be charged a nonrefundable, nontransferable hunt fee and a Park Pass is required. bag limit may be increased by (1) deer to be tagged by hunter – decision announced at pre-hunt meeting. 15 to: Wheelchair Hunt RBR State Park, 2650 Russell State Park Dr., Elberton, GA 30635. Dogs must be marked with the hunter’s name and a valid telephone number; no night hunting; hogs must be killed immediately upon capture. Camps must be removed by noon on the day following each hunt. Only night hunting is permitted (30 minutes after sunset to 30 minutes before sunrise). Hunt participants will be charged a nonrefundable, nontransferable hunt fee and a Park Pass will be required. Waterfowl may be hunted on impoundment and its dikes/roads until noon only on Wed, Sat, and Sun during statewide season May 16-31. Dogs must be marked with hunter’s name and a valid telephone number; no night hunting; hogs must be killed immediately upon capture. Reservations for transportation on state boat for check-In hunts must be made through the Sapelo Island Visitor Center (912) 437-3224. Stream anchorage may be required for hunters using their own boats. Departures and returns from deer hunting must be made from Moses Hammock campsite.