Duck Hunting In Lake Seminole

Lake Seminole is a well known lake across the country for its top of the line bass fishing, but as most know local to the lake, it has great numbers of waterfowl that migrate to winter on the lake during the months of November, December, and January. Having a very stumpy landscape it is a lake that someone should spend a fair amount of time learning before traveling at night or in darkness hours. The lake is made up of the Flint and Chattahoochee Rivers backed up by the dam located in the southwest corner of the lake. The lake provides a great vacationing spot for families and with great weather some of the best sunsets to witness first hand.

When you enjoy fishing on this gorgeous lake you will encounter bass, crappie, brim, shellcraker, catfish, gar, and carp. Lake Seminole is more known for its top notch bass and shellcraker fishing amongst others. While waterfowl hunting you will encounter a number of different diver species with fair amounts of puddlers and wood ducks. Lake Seminole is very well known for its migration of Canvasbacks during the winter months which attract hunters from all voer the country chasing after the trophy duck. Other species you will find wintering on the lake include ringnecks, blue bills, redheads, ruddy ducks, buffleheads, wood ducks, gadwall, pintail, mallards, and teal.

Located at Spring Creek you will find a well known restaurant money vacationers and local enjoy great food at called Big Jim’s Oyster Bar. During the months of September through January, you can enjoy tasty fresh oysters straight from the Appalachicola Bay located a couple hours south of the lake in Florida. The menu also includes many popular meals such as shrimp, crab, steak, and your tradition burger and chicken dinners. The restaurant is made up of a large dinning area and a bar between it and the kitchen where the delicious meals are made fresh to order. Depending on the night, live bands and karaoke take places for vacationers enjoyment as well.

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No Limit Waterfowl


$250 per day/per gun (Lodging and meals included)

Hunting parties can be a total of 1-6 hunters.

Federal Duck Stamp, Georgia Waterfowl Permit, Small Game Hunting License and HIP Permit are required.

Non-Residents may purchase a 3-day hunting/fishing license or 3-day apprenticeship license in place of the small game hunting license.

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