Stretching from the mountains to the sea, Georgia has nearly 100 Wildlife Management Areas with approximately 1 million acres of public hunting lands. Every Georgia resident has at least one WMA within one hour of home. For more information about hunting in Georgia, please use the navigation menu at the top or the quick links below.
Hunters Helping Farmers is a new private lands initiative opportunity that seeks to match up hog hunters in the same county with farmers that need assistance with hog removal. This initiative is a partnership effort between the Georgia Department of Agriculture and the Georgia Department of Natural Resources in order to help landowners manage the damaging impact of feral hogs. - Georgia Hunter Registration
Report poaching and wildlife violations. You can receive a cash reward if your tip leads to an arrest—even if you wish to remain anonymous.