- Migratory Birds: Season Dates and Limits (Dove & Waterfowl) 2020–2021
- Summary of Federal Regulations for Migratory Birds
- Lake Lanier Special Regulations for Early Teal & Goose
- Lake Lanier Special Regulations for Late Season Waterfowl
- Atlantic Flyway Multi-Stock Adaptive Harvest Management Background
- Mallards and Multi-Stock Adaptive Harvest Management in the Atlantic Flyway
Special Regulations on Certain Reservoirs
Lakes Allatoona & Lanier Restrictions
No hunting allowed within 600 feet of a dock, house, structure, bridge, road, boat ramp, marina or open recreation area. Contact the local Game Management Region Office for open dates, closed recreation areas open for hunting and other special rules for waterfowl hunting on Lakes Allatoona & Lanier, or visit www.gohuntgeorgia.com/Hunting/Waterfowl.
Georgia Power Lakes (In North Georgia)
No hunting allowed within 300 feet of any dock, house, boat ramp, marina or open recreation area without permission from the lease or property owner. Lakes open for duck and goose hunting: Lake Burton, Lake Seed, Lake Rabun, Tallulah Falls Lake, Lake Tugalo and Lake Yonah. Contact the Game Management Region 2 Office for dates and other special rules for waterfowl hunting on Georgia Power Lakes in North Georgia, or visit www.gohuntgeorgia.com/Hunting/Waterfowl.
Lake Walter F. George
No hunting allowed on the portions of LWFG in Georgia within 600 feet of a dock, house, structure, bridge, road, boat ramp, marina, or open recreation area. Waterfowl hunting from land is prohibited outside of the specified “Hunting Areas”. A Corps permit is required to hunt waterfowl on all areas of the lake, except the Eufaula NWR. Information on how to purchase a permit (in person or by mail only): www.sam.usace.army.mil or 229-768-2516.
Lake Blackshear, Lake Oconee, Lake Seminole, Lake Sinclair & Lake Oliver (South Of Standing Boy Creek)
No hunting allowed within 300 feet of a dock, house, structure, bridge, road, boat ramp, marina or open recreation area.