In mid-March friends and I traveled to South Georgia for a vintage southern quail hunt on a large extensively managed plantation. Morning and afternoons were spent watching pointers and setters cast through the pine forests and point bobwhites holding tight in the wiregrass. Hunting was done from a mule drawn wagon and horseback. Once the dogs went on point, we walked up and flushed one big explosive covey after another. The shooting was fast and intense. Fantastic! This Georgia hunt truly reflects the “Golden Days” of southern quail hunting.
Each group is provided with their private manor house including staff and chef. The houses are tastefully furnished and very comfortable. Our chef prepared delicious meals. Since my first trip to the plantation years ago, the owners and their staff continue to provide exceptional service to our friends and hunters.
This bird hunt receives high marks and is a superb destination for couples, families, corporate groups and hard-core upland hunters.