In between your hunts out West, there is a world of affordable hunting to be enjoyed down South. There is so much Southern hunting available in fact, it would be impossible to tell you about it all. Rather than try, we asked several of our best correspondents in the Southeast to describe the overall deer situation in four Southern states and then pick a single hunting area in each state that nonresidents can access without great difficulty. Make no mistake - these areas are indeed easily hunted by someone just like you. So get on the phone and start planning a Southern Deer Safari this fall. Just be sure you file a Hunt Report when you get back so the rest of us will know how you did!
Overview: While it cannot be said that Georgia is the place to go for trophy-class deer, most hunters would be satisfied to know that, for the price of a nonresident hunting license, or about $120, visiting sportsmen can hunt from mid-September through early January, take a minimum of five deer (and even more on special, free, pre-application wildlife management area hunts) and camp almost anywhere they choose while they are doing it. Georgia's various deer........(continued)