Pine Log WMA

Since June 2022, the Georgia Department of Natural Resources has worked to explore multiple options for retaining the property known as Pine Log Wildlife Management Area (WMA), including extending three written purchase offers and a final offer at 100% of the appraised value. With the expiration of the current lease, public access to the area is now restricted and all entrances are locked. Georgia DNR will work to remove equipment from the premises through June 15. Additionally, the Wildlife Resources Division will no longer stock Stamp Creek with trout. These efforts will be redirected to other north Georgia trout streams. Through acquisitions and lease agreements, The Georgia DNR provides public access to more than one million acres of land across the state for hunting, fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing, and more. The Agency will continue to work to provide constituents in all areas of Georgia access to these invaluable resources.

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