Everyone at some point who is a quail Hunter eventually wants to quail hunt Georgia. Georgia offers some of the best Quail hunting plantations in the south and it is a true tradition to say the least.  Bobwhite quail hunting brings the dog and hunter together in a timeless connection. Quail hunters from all over the south come to Georgia to pursue what has always been a gentelmans sport. No other hunting has a richer tradition, nor more exciting to see a pointer locked on to its covey, on a cold December morning.

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2013 Georgia Deer HuntingThe 2017 deer hunting season to say the least was a good year at the gray Ghost Plantation. Pictured here is one of our guests Jeff Herron from Ft. Myers Florida who tagged out on a nice 10 point buck. The weather is a big factor for deer hunting and the 2014 deer hunting season in Georgia was cooler than normal bringing some frigid temperatures to middle Georgia along with some snow that is very rare for this area.

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Where Did The Whitetail Deer Go?, Early Season Thoughts..You have worked all spring and summer keeping your feeders filled, building new deer stands or fixing old ones, planting food plots and planning hunting strategies for your first fall hunt. Each time you checked your feeders, food plots or game trails, you were encouraged by new deer sign, fresh tracks, rubs, scrapes and other signs that deer continue to use the area. But, now that archery or early gun season opening day are here, you’re not seeing the deer you expected to see and now you may be asking yourself, “where are the deer?” or, “what did I do wrong?”When this happens, and believe me it happens to all of us, there are several factors to keep in mind. Let’s discuss a few.First, most of us observe deer patterns over the spring and summer and work to draw deer into our areas using any number of tactics including feeders, food plots, salt licks and other game getting techniques.

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