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Beaverdam WMA Adult-Child Firearm Deer Hunting
September 19, 2020 - September 25, 2020
An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until September 19, 2020
Create memories with your child during deer hunting of either sex at Beaverdam Wildlife Management Area on September 19th through September 25th.
A Specialty Hunt is only for Youth (16 years and younger), Ladies, Disability License holders, Returning Georgia Veterans, Honorary License holders, and hunters over the age of 65.
One adult may supervise one child during this hunt.
This is a sign in hunt. You must sign in prior to hunting. You must sign-out your harvested game at the check station/kiosk on the day of harvest. Deer harvested on sign-in hunts must be recorded on your Deer Harvest Record and count toward your season limit.
Legal hours for deer hunting are 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sundown.
Hunters must wear as an outer garment at least 500 inches of visible hunter orange above the waist.
Licenses & Permits
Any person, age 16-64, entering any designated fee area on state-owned WMAs must possess a valid Georgia Outdoor Recreational Pass (GORP). Persons who possess a valid 3-day hunting & fishing, WMA, Lifetime Sportsman’s, Sportman’s, or Honorary License are exempt. A Wildlife Management Area (WMA) license is required for any person 16 years and older who does not possess a valid Honorary, Sportsman’s, or Lifetime Sportsman’s License when hunting on a WMA.
To purchase licenses, visit http://www.georgiawildlife.com/licenses-permits-passes
For all hunt days at Wildlife Management Areas in Georgia, visit http://www.eregulations.com/georgia/hunting/wma-qa/
Pitch your tent at Beaverdam WMA!
A Georgia Outdoor Recreational Pass is required for non hunting activities such as fishing, hiking, or camping at Beaverdam Wildlife Management Area. For more information or to purchase a pass, please visit http://www.georgiawildlife.org/licenses-permits-passes.
All camps shall be in designated campgrounds unless otherwise posted at the check station. Camping shall be limited to a period of time not to exceed 14 consecutive days. It is unlawful for any person to use any musical instruments, radios, televisions, generators or other noise making devices after 10:00 p.m. or before 7:00 a.m. in such a manner that such devices may be heard by other WMA visitors. Camping or driving motor vehicles on managed wildlife openings is prohibited. Carving, cutting, chopping or damaging of live trees is prohibited. Loaded firearms are prohibited in camping areas, except that any person possessing a Weapons Carry License that is valid in this state may carry such firearm except where prohibited by law. Campers are responsible for their own trash. No person shall unreasonably disturb or annoy others through abrasive, insulting, or threatening words or actions, or disobey any lawful order of a law enforcement official, or act in a manner resulting in a breach of the peace.
For all the WMA requirements, please review http://www.eregulations.com/georgia/hunting/wma-qa/