The hardest thing about duck hunting in Georgia is finding the ducks. We have taken care of that part. All you have to do is show up and shoot straight! Located in the heart of Georgia is the kaolin belt with its many ponds left over from the strip mining operation of years gone by. These ponds make an ideal environment for ducks and duck hunting. During the 2018-19 Georgia duck season we took mergansers, gadwall, ringnecks, mallards, bluebills, wood ducks, buffleheads and redheads with the vast majority being wood ducks and mallards. In addition we saw a pintail which is the first and only one I have ever seen in 20 years.
The experience begins an hour before daylight as everyone gathers for coffee and go over details of the hunt. For hunters not staying at The Lodge we ask that you arrive at least one hour prior to sunrise. Hunters will be taken to their blinds in time for the first flight. We encourage you to bring your duck call and retrievers but please remember to keep both under control. The duck hunting blinds are built to accommodate 4 hunters and limited gear. A decoy spread will have been set out. A boat/kayak will be available for your use. Take a look at the packages and find the one that fits your needs. If you have any questions please call, text or email us.
New this year we have substantially increased the size of duck hunting property. All hunt packages are sold by the blind vs by the individual hunts. In addition to wild ducks Black Creek will be free range between 1200-2000 released mallards. These ducks are released onto the ponds at approximately 4 weeks of age and raised up to adulthood. By the opening of the Georgia duck hunting season these mallards have been free range feeding through our property for 4 months or more. These ducks are fully colored birds. They look and act like wild birds.
The blinds will book up quickly. Reservations are on a first come basis. We look forward to having y’all come hunt with us!
Cost is $1150 per blind.
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