Georgia Pheasant Hunting
Directory of 19 Georgia Pheasant hunting lodges, guides and outfitters in Georgia.
The tradition of the pheasant release continues at SpringBank Plantation in North Georgia, an 1,800-acre bird hunting preserve also offering quail hunts and turkey hunts in the spring. Pheasant releases, half day pheasant releases and group driven pheasant hunts available.
We have over 1,200 acres of pristine hunting property, with over 500 acres solely devoted to upland bird hunting. We have a 6 bedroom lodge capable of sleeping 16 and also overlooks a 5 acre lake.
These shoots have been very popular since we started them in the 2000 hunting season. Pheasants are released from a 25 foot metal tower, constructed from the top portion of an old water tower, atop a hill varying in elevation from 40 feet on the east side to 20 feet on the west side. Shooting stations are positions in a circle around the tower, which is concealed from view by small trees and bushes. Shooters rotate around the tower after ten pheasants are released making different shots at each position. Variable winds make shooting extremely challenging.
Are you looking for a fun afternoon for your office, church group or just yourself and a friend or customer? Then join us for one of our upcoming contenential pheasant shoots. These shoots are designed to allow plenty of shooting with challenging overhead shots. Pheasant shoots are some of the fastest, most exciting shooting action around.
We cater to everyone at Buckeyes Plantation, including corporate pheasant hunting guests. We utilize several different tracts of premium properties, which allow us the ability to hunt groups of 2 to 24, in several different locations daily. Our large groups from 10 to 24, we recommend a Georgia Traditional Tower Shoot, which includes a wonderful wing shooting experience. Tower Shoots are done September thru April.
The Southeast is famous for quail and at Burnt Pine you will experience the finest quail hunting in Georgia. But there is more then just quail, pheasants can be hunted on Continental shoots as part of a party, or done on a walk up pheasant hunt, or for real excitement do a clean-up hunt after a Continental shoot. There are also flushing Chukar hunts, or either bird can be added to a quail hunt. For real variety you can also do a full day Mixed Bag Hunt and hunt all three species on the same outing.
Pheasant shooting isn’t just for hunters in the mid-west! Throughout the hunting season, Dorchester organizes Continental Pheasant Shoots, an activity that offers high volume shooting that is perfect for a corporate outing or entertaining multiple guests.
Etowah Valley Game Preserve is a perfect location for hunting Pheasant, Chukar and Quail among rows of sorghum, millet, lespedeza, and Egyptian wheat and other cover crops as well as natural cover. Our Preserve currently hunts on over 600 acres in 10 distinct Hunting Areas ranging in size from 30 acres to 60 acres.
Flat Creek Lodge specializes in traditional hunts for bob white quail and pheasants using retrievers and pointers. Our resident outfitter leads exciting hunts for our native wild turkeys. There are strategically placed tree stands for white tailed deer, specifically designed for safety, offer easy access and swivel seats. You may choose to board your own dog in our clean and conveniently located guest kennels. Experience the thrill of hunting wild boar in our 75-acre swamp and bottomland habitat.
HRP is available for private pheasant shoots for any family or corporate event. We can also include lodging and pavilion rental for meetings. Hunters experience a european tower pheasant shoot, with 7-10 birds released per hunter with 12 stations.
The Pheasant Shoot is reserved for 10 hunters. Don't let a little weather interfere with your stay at Live Oak Plantation. Join us at the pheasant tower where hunters are challenged by these high flying and elusive birds. You remain dry; yet see plenty of opportunity to take game.
Traditional style pheasant hunts allow you and your friends to have pheasant put out along side the quail. This arrangement presents an element of sure surprise. Just when you expect a typical flush of a covey of quail you get surprised with a large, darting bird exiting the cover. If you’ve never tried it, you’re missing out; traditional pheasant hunts are a classic sporting event amongst nearly all of our guests. Not only do we have traditional pheasant hunting but we offer a different, more competitive form in our Continental Shoot, which most of our guests have never experienced. In the Continental Shoot, 10 of our guests surround a tower just outside of our lodge as our guides randomly release birds in all directions. What a great way for you and your friends to have some healthy competition! Keep in mind that McCranie Plantation is committed to see hunting passed down from one generation to the next. Any child 9 and under hunts with their parent(s) for free!
Noontootla Creek Farms is a special place to go Quail or Pheasant hunting. You will feel the thrill of this Southern Appalachian Mountain gem the first time you put your eyes on the landscape. This old – family farm has a warm appeal. The atmosphere is one that perfectly suits the hunter with a love of the outdoors. Crisp morning air and a bountiful landscape stir the soul. In autumn, the cool mornings fire the colors of the fall leaves, and Fall leaves mean quail hunting in the North Georgia Mountains.
Quail Country Plantation intensely manages over 3,500 acres of pristine plantation land to provide the best wildlife habitat. We have many native wild coveys and release birds periodically throughout the year to ensure an action packed hunt. We provide our hunters with hunting dogs and guides who are professional, knowledgeable and experienced which is sure to satisfy even the most seasoned wing shooters. After an exciting day of hunting the plantation on our well equipped and maintained jeeps, our guides can clean and process the day’s bounty, which are vacuum-packed and frozen for travel back home.
Pheasant Hunting in the deep south, now offered here at Red Fern Plantation Hunting Preserve. Whether looking for a European Style Pheasant Hunt or a Flush Hunt with Dogs we are able to provide you with a day of high volume exciting fun shooting.
Your Pheasant hunt will be conducted in towering Georgia pines in the midst of wiregrass, broom sedge, native grass savannahs, chukar and pheasant food plots, and fields of native grasses and forbs. All from our custom built bird buggies. You will be accompanied by our professional hunting guides and well-trained bird dogs. Food and drinks are always close at hand. Here at RoseAllen Plantation we do not use hunting courses we use the whole plantation. We let the dogs, birds and guides dictate the hunt not a preset course. You and your guest will experience fast flying Pheasants and Chukars in true Southern style.
Our Pheasant Tower Shoots start at 9 am with a safety meeting first. This is when we go over rules and operation procedures then everyone takes their positions and start shooting which continues until 12 pm. At this time, a great BBQ lunch is served in the clubhouse. By the time the hunters finish their lunch, all the pheasants will be cleaned and packed in ice in a cooler bag to take home. We release 10 pheasants per shooter. At the price per person, the tower shoot is the most economical hunt that we offer.
Nestled perfectly in the scenic foothills of the North Georgia mountains, South Fork Hunting Preserve is dedicated to providing hunters with a quality upland bird hunting experience. Located conveniently in Danielsville, Georgia, South Fork is just over an hour drive from both Atlanta and South Carolina. Come hunt some of the finest flying bobwhite quail, pheasants, and chukars in Georgia on a variety of different hunting courses set up to cater to your needs.
Just an hour from Atlanta in North Georgia, SpringBank Plantation encompasses 1800 acres which have been developed and managed for some of the finest upland quail and pheasant hunting in the world. The hunting courses are made up of twelve arge areas of rolling hills and flat lands which have been planted with an excellent quail habitat of broomsedge, lovegrass, partridge peas, milo, native grasses and tall Georgian plantation pines to make it challenging for bird hunters. As bobwhite coveys burst into the air, hunters are taken back to the days when wild birds were prominent in this part of the world. Quail hunting, pheasant releases, mixed bag hunts are offered in season, with turkey hunting in the spring.