Doves – First Saturday in September, 2016
Deer Archery, either sex – Not set
Deer Primitive Weapons Nor set
Deer Firearms, Not set
Quail & Bird Season – October 1, 2015 – March 31, 2016
Turkey – March 19, 2016- April 30, 2016
Quail Hunting in Georgia
Georgia is famous for Quail, and at Burnt Pine you will experience Quail hunting at it’s finest! Since we have a large land base, and a wide variety of planted cover to hunt, there is plenty of Quail hunting action. Supplemental stocking ensures you several large covey flushes on every hunt. The major difference between hunting our cover, and what you might remember hunting, is the abundance of birds in ours!
Deer Hunting in Georgia
Deer hunting in Georgia’s Piedmont Region allows you the best chance to harvest that buck of a lifetime. You can’t harvest that special trophy unless you are in the woods! So, join us this season.
They may not all be this big, but they are there. Our management strategies have allowed us to consistently harvest large bucks. At the same time, the abundance of does is such that we are encouraging their harvest as well!
Pheasant Hunting in Georgia
Pheasants can be hunted exclusively, or added to other bird hunts. Or see the special Continental Pheasant hunt opportunities for dates. We are a lot closer than South Dakota, less expensive, but with the same great hunting.
Dove Hunting in Georgia
Doves are the migratory game bird hunted at Burnt Pine Plantation. The first Saturday in September marks the start for the annual Southern tradition, with plenty of shooting action, and delicious food.
Join us this season, as we celebrate our 39th year as the premier hunting destination in the Southeast. It is our sincere belief that we continue to set the standard by which all preserves can be measured.