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Discussion in 'Georgia Flyway Forum' started by yogi, Mar 5, 2011.
How is the hunting around Augusta? Is it all clubs or public land?
Waterfowling is poor, poor, and poor...
This is a deer/spring turkey state.
There are some great spots around Augusta. There's a lot of private land estuaries but there are some public opportunities.
And don't listen to the guy above. There's good duck hunting to be had in Georgia, you just have to work for it.
"Good duck hunting" is certainly subjective, as is my description as poor, it's all in the eye of the beholder.
For me at least, it's much more enjoyable to drive the 10 hours to be in a real flyway---duck country--- where anything can happen at anytime---as opposed to killing wood ducks on the roost, watching decoys float, or harrased by bass fisherman on the lake and homeowners on the over-developed river.
I don't understand how anyone who has experienced the former can put up with the latter.
All of these pictures are separate hunts this year IN GEORGIA. All of them were full limits of birds for the amount of hunters with the exception of the 4 teal.
I love hunting divers we used to hunt them in texas on a big reservior. I love how they pile into the decoys.