Canoochee Sandhills WMA is located in Bulloch and Bryan Counties near Groveland, GA. This 6,324-acre WMA consists of a mix of sandhill, flatwoods, bay swamp, and floodplain forests that border Lotts Creek. Many of the sandy uplands on the area are remnants of ancient wind-blown river dune formations and provide important habitat for gopher tortoises and other animal and plant species considered high priorities for conservation.
Gaither WMA is a newly leased property, made available to the public through the cooperation of the Newton County Board of Commissioners, which opens for the fall 2018 small game and deer hunting season.
This 2,129-acre tract is located in Newton County has 2 regular deer quota hunts, and 1 youth deer quota hunt. The quota hunt application deadline has already passed for the season.
Lanahassee Creek WMA is in the coastal plains of Georgia and covers 4364 acres. This WMA offers hunting opportunities for quality bucks, turkey, small game, and quail.
Horse Creek WMA resides on just over 8,000 acres in Georgia's coastal plains. Home to the world record Largemouth Bass, which weighed in at over 22 pounds and was caught in 1932, Horse Creek offers a unique spot for visitors, hunters, and anglers alike. Hunting opportunities include deer, turkey and small game.
The Ball's Ferry property is located in Toomsboro and is 525 acres. This property offers hunting opportunities for deer, turkey, small game and waterfowl. There is a boat ramp that can be used for fishing access. No camping allowed on the area.
Collins Road VPA is a 354-acre area that will provide both rabbit and bird dog training opportunities.
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The Mossy Creek Dairy Dove Field is a 140-acre property located near Cleveland. This property offers hunting opportunities for dove. Hunters may start checking in at 5:30 a.m. on the morning of the hunt and can hunt until noon. No blinds, buckets, seats or other devices may be placed on the field until the hunter has checked in. No standbys.