Photo of a nice buck taken on Cohutta WMA.

Cohutta WMA: Your Guide to Hunting, Fishing and Camping

Cohutta WMA is a 96,503-acre public hunting area located in the Chattahoochee National Forest in northwest Georgia, spanning across parts of Murray, Fannin, and Gilmer counties. The property is owned by the U.S. Forest Service, but managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources as a wildlife management area. The WMA consists of rugged forested terrain comprised …

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Nice Georgia buck shot on Cedar Creek WMA

Georgia Deer Hunting FAQs

If you have questions about Georgia deer hunting, you’ve come to the right place! In this article, we cover some of the most frequently asked questions in detail. These cover when you can deer hunting in Georgia, what you can deer hunt with, what licenses and permits you’ll need, how many deer you can kill, …

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Find a Georgia Deer Tracking Dog

Updated 6/14/2022 Shot a deer but having trouble locating it? There are dozens of blood-trailing dog handlers across the state willing and able to help. Don’t let your deer go to waste. Below is a partial list of handlers provided by the Georgia Blood Trailing Network Facebook group, listed by county of coverage with the …

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