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An applicant is awarded one priority point if not selected for the QUOTA hunt.
Each person listed on a group application that is not selected is awarded a priority point.
41 acres • 912.262.3173 Area closed to deer hunting. No ATVs Alligator hunting by special permit only; open only to drawn quota hunters for alligator zone #4 who apply and are selected for the park hunt.
Interested hunters must call 229-896-3551 no later than close of business on July 31 to apply. 76 west for 2.6 miles and turn right onto Sparks Cutoff Rd.
From Augusta: take GA Hwy 56 (Mike Padgett Hwy) south, turn right onto Old Waynesboro Rd, travel 1.7 miles and turn right onto Mc Dade Rd, travel 1.6 miles and turn right onto Smokey Rd, access road is approximately 0.4 miles on right.
Dogs must be marked with hunter’s name and a valid telephone number; no night hunting; hogs must be killed immediately upon capture.
Priority points may be used on an application to increase the likelihood of selection.
You may wager as many points as you have when applying for a quota hunt, not exceeding the lowest held by any group member.
Only night hunting is permitted (30 minutes after sunset to 30 minutes before sunrise). Hunt participants will be charged a nonrefundable, nontransferable hunt fee and a Park Pass will be required. Waterfowl may be hunted on impoundment and its dikes/roads until noon only on Wed, Sat, and Sun during statewide season May 16-31. Dogs must be marked with hunter’s name and a valid telephone number; no night hunting; hogs must be killed immediately upon capture. Reservations for transportation on state boat for check-In hunts must be made through the Sapelo Island Visitor Center (912) 437-3224. Stream anchorage may be required for hunters using their own boats. Departures and returns from deer hunting must be made from Moses Hammock campsite. The course will introduce you to coastal marine ecosystems of SEastern North America, but the real aim is to give you an independent research experience on a low-stakes project where you have lots of support and engagement from faculty and fellow students.These proposals and reports are also shelved by year in the CFL library.Hunting is allowed Sunday nights through Thursday nights only, during state season. 19,955 acres • 706.295.6041 Hunters must attend a pre-hunt meeting at p.m. Cabins and campsites may be reserved by calling the park office at (706) 213-2045. All other park facilities will be closed to the general public Dec. No May 16-31 hog and coyote season Hunters must sign-in at the Sign-In Kiosks located at the entrances to each field prior to hunting. A map of the fields will be located in the kiosks (and on our website) with designated parking areas delineated on the maps. No reservations will be accepted until you receive your selection notice; Visitor Center Hours: Tues.-Fri. Hunter access is allowed only at Moses Hammock Dock at head of Duplin River. Hunters are required to stay outside the boundaries of the safety zones.
State hunting regulations will apply to the dove fields for the first segment of the dove season. No hunting within 100 yards of residences or 50 yards of county roads. Hunting is restricted to the north end of Greater Sapelo Island and Little Sapelo Island unless otherwise indicated. Rolling garbage cans and carts are not allowed on the ferry. Turn left on Hwy 178 and proceed 1.5 miles to dirt road on the right that leads to entrance of field 1 and the parking area. Continue 2.2 miles and the WMA entrance will be on your right. Dogs must be marked with hunter’s name and a valid telephone number; no night hunting; hogs must be killed immediately upon capture. All dogs must be marked with the selected hunter’s name and phone number.