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New Georgia Hunting Guide Published

August 2, 2012
A hunter sits in wait for his quarry.

The new Georgia Hunting Seasons & Regulations Guide is now available both online and in print. The magazine-style publication provides useful information on current laws, new hunting opportunities, discounts on gear from popular vendors and more. 

It's important to note that this year the Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division will not be accepting paper applications for quota hunts. You'll need to submit your applications through the new online system.

To learn about other changes during this hunting season, find the contents of the guide online or pick up your copy from license vendors around the state.

 

Last updated July 11, 2017.

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