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B. F. Grant WMA - Things To Do: 11,900 acres. Hunting, Boat Ramp, Canoe Access, Fishing, Firearms Shooting Range, Field Trail Access, Hiking, Picnicking, Bird Watching and Observation Tower. Note: Only bucks with 15" outside spread or 16" main beams are legal. No hunting on pastures. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Raccoon, Opossum, Fox, Bobcat Fox, Bobcat, Waterfowl, Dove, Feral Hogs. Located in Putnam County. Directions From Eatonton: Take Hwy. 16 west 0.7 miles; turn right on Hwy 441 Bypass; go 1.5 miles to Godfrey Rd.; turn left and go 6 miles to check-in station. B. F. Grant WMA Map
Big Lazer Creek WMA - Things To Do: 5900 acres. Hunting, Camping, Boat Ramp, Fishing, Hiking, Bird Watching, Field Trail Access. Note: WMA stamp is required to fish. Only bucks with at least 4 points (one inch long or longer) on either side are legal. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Small Game, Raccoon, Opossum. Located in Talbot County. Directions From Talbotton: Take US 80 east 4 miles; turn left on Po Biddy Rd. go 6.5 miles; turn left on Bunkum Rd. and go 1.2 miles to check station. Big Lazer Creek WMA Map
Blanton Creek WMA - Things To Do: 4800 acres. Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Bird Watching, Field Trail Access, Interpretive Trail and Picnicking. Note: Only bucks with at least 4 points (one inch long or longer) on either side are legal. Call to see when Blanton Creek Parkground Ga. Power) is open to hunters for camping. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Raccoon, Opossum, Dove. Located in Harris County. Directions From West Point: Take Hwy. 103 south 10 miles to mile marker 6, turn right to check station. Blanton Creek WMA Map
Cedar Creek WMA - Things To Do: 29,000 acres. Hunting, Camping, Fishing, Firearms Shooting Range, Hiking and Bird Watching. Wildlife: Deer, Small Game, Raccoon and Opossum. Located in Baldwin, Jones and Jasper Counties. Directions From Monticello: Take Hwy. 16 east 3/4 mile; take right fork on Hwy. 212; go 12 miles to check station sign; follow arrow 0.5 mile to check station. Cedar Creek WMA Map - Cedar Creek North WMA Map - Cedar Creek South WMA Map - Cedar Creek Central WMA Map - Cedar Creek Little River Area WMA Map
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Clybel WMA (also known as Charlie Elliott) - 770-784-3059 or 912-825-6354
Things To Do: 6400 acres. Hunting, Camping, Fishing, Firearms Shooting Range, Boat Ramp, Canoe Access, Interpretive Trail, Hiking, Bird Watching, Field Trail Access, Picnicking, Horseback Riding. Note: Apply for Adult/Child turkey hunts by letter to Wildlife Resources Division, 1014 Martin Luther King Blvd., Ft. Valley, Georgia 31030 between Feb. 1-28. (see Adult/Child Hunts). Located in Jasper County. Directions From Mansfield: Take Hwy. 11 south 2.7 miles; turn left at WMA Sign; follow signs 2 miles to check station. Clybel WMA Map
Joe Kurz WMA - Things To Do: 3700 acres. Hunting, Field Trail Access, Boat Ramp, Canoe Access, Fishing, Hiking, Bird Watching. Note: Only bucks with 15" outside spread or 16" main beams are legal. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Small Game, Raccoon, Opossum, Dove and Feral Hogs. Located in Meriwhether County. Directions From Woodbury: Take Hwy 85 north for 7.5 miles to Gay; turn right at red light; check station is 2.7 miles on left. Joe Kurz WMA Map
Oaky Woods WMA - Things To Do: 17,800 acres. Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Bird Watching, Field Trail Access. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Small Game, Raccoon, Opossum, Fox, Bobcat, Dove, Feral Hogs, Located in Houston County. Directions From Perry: Take Hwy. 127 east 8 miles to Hwy 247; turn right; go 1 mile; turn left on Oaky Woods Rd. at fork go 1.7 miles to check station. Oaky Woods WMA Map
Ocmulgee WMA - Things To Do: 32,000 acres. Hunting, Fishing, Firearms Shooting Range, Hiking, Bird Watching, Field Trail Access. Located in Bleckley County. Directions From Cochran: Take US 23 north, turn left on Red Dog Farm Road; go 4 miles to Magnolia Road. Turn right and follow signs to check station. Ocmulgee WMA Tract 1 - Ocmulgee River Tract - Ocmulgee WMA Tract 5 - Ocmulgee WMA Gum Swamp Creek Tract - Ocmulgee WMA
Rum Creek WMA - Things To Do: 6000 acres. Hunting, Interpretive Trail, Boat Ramp, Canoe Access, Fishing, Hiking, Bird Watching, Field Trail Access, Observation Tower and Picnicking. Note: WMA stamp is required to fish. No motor in excess of 25 hp may be operated on Lake Juliette. No waterfowl hunting west of Ebenezer Road except that youth area is all between Ebenezer and Juliette Roads. Apply for Adult/Child turkey hunts by letter to: Wildlife Resources Division, 1014 Martin Luther King Blvd., Fort Valley, GA 31030 between Feb. 1-28 (see Adult/Child Hunts on page 14). Dove hunters must call 478-825-6354 between Aug. 1-15 to apply for quota hunt dates. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Small Game, Raccoon, Opossum, Fox, Bobcat, Dove, Waterfowl, Feral Hogs. Located in Monroe County. Directions From Forsyth: Take Hwy. 18 east 7 miles to Check Station Rum Creek WMA Map
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Sprewell Bluff WMA - Things To Do: 2800 acres. Hunting, Fishing, Hiking, Bird Watching. Note: No hunting in park day-use area. Pigeon Creek Tract closed to all vehicular access. Wildlife: Deer, Turkey, Small Game and Feral Hogs. Located in Upson County. Directions from Thomaston: Take Hwy 36 west 6 miles to Roland; turn right on Alabama Rd.; turn left and follow paved road to area. DIRECTIONS FROM MANCHESTER TO NICHOLS AND PIGEON CREEK TRACTS: Take Hwy. 190 east 3.9 miles; turn left on dirt road; go 0.1 mile to fork; turn left; go 1.8 miles to fork in road; right fork to Nichols Tract; left to Pigeon Creek Tract. Sprewell Bluff WMA Map
Standing Boy Creek - Things To Do: 1500 acres. Hunting, Hiking, Bird Watching. Note: Upon determination by the Commissioner that a person has violated this title or any rule or regulation promulgated pursuant to hunting or trespass on or from Standing Boy Creek Tract, the Commissioner may revoke, suspend, deny, or refuse to renew any license or permit, or both, required by this title which is held by or has been applied for by the person, for a period of up to two years following the determination of such violation. Harvested deer will not be tagged with Department tags and must be recorded on the hunters' deer harvest record. No Camping on area. Wildlife: Deer. Located in Muscogee County. Directions from Columbus: Take Hwy. 219 North from Columbus; turn left on Old River Road; go about ½ mile, entrance is on left and kiosk is just inside of gate. Standing Boy Creek Map
West Point WMA - Things To Do: 10,000 acres. Hunting, Firearms Shooting Range, Interpretive Trail, Fishing, Hiking, Bird Watching, Field Trail Access. Note: No gasoline outboards allowed on waterfowl ponds; only hand held lights 6 volts or less allowed; Only bucks with at least 4 points (one inch long or longer) on either side are legal. No fishing on managed waterfowl impoundments. Located in Heard and Troup Counties. Wildlife: Deer. Directions From Lagrange: Take GA Hwy. 219 north 1.5 miles past Chattahoochee River Bridge; turn right on Old Whittley Rd. Go 1.2 miles, turn right; go 0.6 miles, turn left just past bridge. Check station is on right.
Below, are links to 6 more Georgia WMAs - Click on blue links below for info
Region 1 - NW Georgia Mountains WMA Area
Region 2 - NE Georgia Mountains WMA Area
Region 3 - Mid-Eastern Georgia WMA Area
Region 5 - Bottom Western Georgia WMA Area
Region 6 - Bottom Eastern Georgia WMA Area
Region 7 - Georgia Coastal WMA Area
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