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Quick question; Which Waterfowl inpoundment is the non-quota hunt area. The one on the north side of HWY 16 or the south side?
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Believe it is the one on the South if I remember right, been a few years since I was over there. Might call DNR and ask to be sure.
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From the DNR website
Waterfowl hunting is allowed in impoundments one and two through quota hunts and in impoundment 3 (south of Hwy 16) on a first come - first served basis, Saturday mornings only during the state waterfowl season. Competition for quota slots is high, and it normally requires a rejection notice to be selected for impoundments one or two. All hunters are required to sign in at the sign in board on the north side of GA Hwy 16. Blinds are not provided, however there is a handicapped accessible blind available on impoundment one. Small boats without motors are allowed.
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Went and took a look at it today..... No water in any of the inpoundments. Funny note though, I've never scouted on my bike before.
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