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I know its late but are any guides near North Georgi/ South Carolina open for a half day Sat morning hunt?
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I don't know that you are really going to find a "guide" in Georgia, because there aren't really enough ducks in most areas of the state to make a living guiding duck hunts. If you I was going to fork the money out to pay a guide I would drive west or at least up to the coast of NC. You should be able to find guides there on the internet. I guess the real question is what are you looking for? What kind of duck(s) are you looking for, do you have a group of people, etc..... If you provide that information I am sure someone can point you in the right direction.
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Check Skeeter Branch. They have an ad in the back of GON and I think in Georgia Sportsman. They are located in Lavonia in Hart County in North East GA near the SC line. I have hunted there before, its pretty good but no wild ducks, just barn raised ones. Guess it depends on what type of hunt your looking for, if your just wanting to kill ducks it will work.
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On our private spot we have some big days........pm me if interested we could work something out comfotable blind pretty good numbers on the average
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Chris Scally is an excellent and well equipped hunting and fishing guide in both North Georgia and North Alabama.
I have booked several trips with him over the years and all have been safe and successful for both geese and ducks.
I don't know if he does early season teal hunts but I look forward booking a hunt with him in December.
Chris is on the water year round as a fishing and hunting guide, and as a conservationist. He has been featured as a Field & Stream "Heroes of Conservation" and I heartily recommend his guide service: "River Through Atlanta" for both trout fishing and duck/goose hunting.
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