Our 2018–2019 Hunting Regulations contains rules, seasons, limits and other information. If you plan to hunt in Georgia, start here!
Turkey Hunters: The Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division encourages you to review the Proposed Hunting Regulations for the 2019 spring turkey season on the Hilliard Plantation Tract of Chattahoochee Fall Line WMA. If, after reviewing these proposed regulations, you would like to provide public comment, you can do so in one of the following methods (please note that the public comment period ends Dec. 31, 2018):
- Email: Don.McGowan@dnr.ga.gov
- Telephone: 706-557-3350
In Writing: Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources Division, Game Management
ATTN: Don McGowan
2067 U.S. Highway 278 SE
Social Circle, GA 30025
Interested in Learning to Hunt?
Before You Go
Seasons Google Calendar
Use this helpful calendar to find out what is in season, and even sync with your Gmail calendar.
- 2018 WMA Coyote/Feral Hog Season
All hunters born on or after Jan. 1, 1961 must successfully complete a hunter education course before purchasing a hunting license. Hunter education is not required if purchasing an Apprentice License or short-term license, if you are hunting on your own land, or if you are hunting pen raised game birds on a licensed shooting preserve.
- Dove & Waterfowl
- Small Game
- Non-native & Invasive Species (feral hogs, coyotes, armadillos, beavers, groundhogs, starlings, pigeons and English sparrows)
Places to Hunt
After the Hunt
Hunting with Kids
Children, ages 10–17, and their supervisors are invited to a weekend of hunting and classes in a variety of skills-based and conservation-focused programs.
Children under 17 may apply for youth hunts and specific quota hunts.
Remember your child's first hunt with a fun printable certificate.
Find out how WRD uses valid survey methodology to get populations estimates and view annual reports of harvest data.