Georgia Deer Hunting Archery or General Gun

1-4 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided


4-Day Georgia Deer Hunting

You May Harvest One Buck 8-Point or Better with a Minimum 16-inch Spread & One Doe

Full Day Semi-Guided Deer Hunts

  • Professional Guide

  • Lodging Included

  • Non-Hunters Welcome at a Reduced Fee

  • Meals can be Added for a Additional Fee Per Person Per Day

Hunting in Georgia is perfect for a successful deer hunting trip. The southeastern united states offer favorable hunting land due to its fertile soil and the numerous farming communities. Georgia offers some of the best whitetail deer hunting, as well as some of the finest hunting plantations in the country. Middle Georgia, in particular, produces many of the state’s top trophy whitetail deer. Deer hunting packages are four days in length and are semi-guided. In some cases, a less experienced hunter may want to seek a full-time hunting guide. We can easily arrange this for you at the time of booking.

Top Georgia Deer Hunting Plantation

While there are many hunting outfitters in Georgia, we offer a more one-on-one experience than other deer hunting plantations in Georgia. The deer hunting season in Georgia starts in Early September and runs through Early January for Bow hunting. On the other hand, Muzzleloader and Rifle seasons in Georgia run from Mid October – Early January. Dates may vary year to year, but we’ll help you arrange the perfect time when you contact us.

For bow hunters that want to get an early start on the Hunting season, we have great bow hunting opportunities early in the season. Bow hunting is a great way to do some early-season deer hunting in Georgia. We are a family-owned hunting outfitter in Georgia. Our deer hunting plantation in Georgia is 1200 acres composed of a mixture of hardwoods, planted pines, and cleared or thinned areas. All of our lands are in one section, and our property is owned, not leased.

We practice quality deer management paired with antler restrictions on all deer hunts. Our deer hunting rules state that you may harvest a buck with no less than 8 points and a minimum 16-inch spread.

Our Deer Hunting Process

We utilize deer hunting blinds for our fall Whitetail Deer Hunts, such as elevated shooting houses and metal ladder stands. Also, we allow you to bring your climbing stands if you prefer. We are very safety conscious and conduct a safety meeting before all of our Whitetail hunts in Georgia begin. All deer hunters must bring a hunter orange safety vest and a safety harness before hunting on the plantation.

Our food plots are of quality for the Whitetail deer that we hunt. The food plots are maintained year-round to be an optimal food source for the deer herd. Deer feeders are also utilized year-round within the guidelines of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. We use a high protein feed that allows for maximum antler growth. Deer food plots are planted with clover, wheat, rye, soybean, and corn. This mix ensures that deer take advantage of the food we provide for them.

When harvesting a whitetail deer, we assist in the retrieval process if necessary. We’ll bring it back to the lodge, fit with a cleaning station set up to process your deer – with or without our assistance. Furthermore, there’s a professional processor within 15 minutes of the lodge where your deer can be processed and packaged.

Our Deer Hunting Lodge In Georgia

Our lodge has all the modern comforts of home, including high-definition televisions, telephone, and wireless internet services. We custom tailor our Georgia Deer Hunts to accommodate first-time hunters, women, youth hunters, and corporate groups. There’s no limit to what your Georgia deer hunting experience can be.

Base price is per hunter for a 4-Day archery hunt. Make it a rifle hunt for an additional fee. Add meals, or non hunting guests for an additional fee per person per night.

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Rifle Hunt




Your Host

Troy's Trip

Troy A

Troy is a lifelong outdoorsman, with a passion for turkeys. He is a pro-staff at Mossy Oak, JEBS Choke Tubes and Board Member for the Georgia National Wild Turkey Federation.

from $1160/Experience

Base Price

$1160.01 Per Person Per Experience


$300.00 Per Person


$59.99 Per Person Per Day


$175.00 Per Night Per Item


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Experienced Local Guide
  • 1200 Acres of Land
  • Scouting
  • Elevated Shooting Houses & Metal Ladder Stands
  • Well Maintained Food Plots With High Protein Feed
  • Assist in the Retrieval Process if Necessary
  • Cleaning Station Set Up to Process your Deer
  • Professional Processor Within 15 Min. of the Lodge
  • Comfortable Lodge
  • HD Televisions
  • Telephone & Wireless Internet



Gear List

  • Hunting License & Tags
  • Shotgun & Ammo
  • Weather Appropriate Hunting Gear
  • Personal Items

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Rules & Guidelines


  • Our deer hunting rules state that you may harvest a buck with no less than 8 points and a minimum 16-inch spread. There is a Penalty for shooting Bucks under our prescribed standards, No exceptions.

  • There will be no refunds on deposits if you do not show up for your hunt, no exceptions. In case of emergency, you may substitute another hunter or hunt later within the same hunting season if there is room available. Deposits will not transfer to the following hunting season.

All hunters born on or after Jan. 1, 1961, must successfully complete a hunter education course before purchasing a hunting license. All hunter education courses certified or mandated by any state wildlife agency or Canadian province are accepted.

Hunters under the age of 16 are not required to complete a hunter's education course but must be under direct supervision during hunts if they opt not to take one.

A big game license is required to harvest big game. Alligator hunters must carry an alligator harvest permit. A Georgia Migratory Bird Stamp is required for any person who hunts migratory birds.

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