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Q: What is a QUOTA hunt?

A: A QUOTA hunt is a hunt that allows a predetermined number of hunters to participate. A QUOTA is used to conserve the natural resources (wildlife and their habitats) and to provide a high quality hunting experience.

Q: What number do I call for QUOTA hunt application assistance if I have problems with my online application?

A: 1-800-366-2661

Q: Where do I submit QUOTA applications?

A: gohuntgeorgia.com

Priority Points

A priority point is awarded if your application is not selected. Each person listed on a group application that is not selected is awarded a priority point.

Priority points may be used on an application to increase the likelihood of selection. Visit the quota hunt page at www.gohuntgeorgia.com to determine how many priority points are required to get selected for your favorite hunt.

Applications

Open Application Periods

Deadlines vary depending on hunt type. Review the Application Deadlines in the tables below.

APPLICATION RESTRICTIONS

See tables below.

APPLICATION DEADLINES

Deadlines for each hunt type do not change from year to year. The official application deadlines are 11:59 p.m. (EST) on the dates listed in the tables below. No applications will be accepted after the deadline.

General Quota Hunt Applications

Note: Children may participate in general quota hunts provided that adult supervision restrictions are followed (except that children under twelve may not participate in alligator hunts).

Application Deadlines

Quota Hunt

Application Restrictions

Feb. 15

Turkey

Application with up to three hunters allowed.

July 15

Early Season Dog-Feral Hog

No group applications. Selected hunters may bring up to four hunters.

July 31

Alligator

Application with up to three hunters allowed.

Aug. 15

Dove

Application with up to five hunters allowed.

Sept. 1

Deer

Application with up to five hunters allowed.

State Park Deer

Application with up to five hunters allowed.

Feral Hog

Application with up to five hunters allowed.

Dog-Feral Hog

No group applications. Selected hunters may bring up to four hunters.

Sept. 30

Dog-Deer

Applications with an administrator and assistant administrator only. Selected administrators may bring a hunting party totaling no more than twenty members including administrators.

Oct. 15

Waterfowl

No group applications. Selected hunters may bring up to two hunters.

Quail

No group applications. Selected hunter may bring up to two hunters.

Rabbit

No group applications. Selected hunters may bring up to two hunters.

Adult/Child Quota Hunt Applications

Adult = Eighteen years or older / Child = Seventeen years old and younger

Note: ONLY the child (or children when group applications are allowed) submit an application for any Adult/Child hunt.

NOTE: ONLY child can hunt on Adult/Child Big Game Quota hunts

See 2015-16 Adult/Child Hunts for list of hunts.

Application Deadlines

Quota Hunt

Application Restrictions

Feb. 15

Adult/Child Turkey

Group applications with up to three children allowed. Selected children MUST bring supervising adults (one adult may supervise one child).

Aug. 15

Adult/Child Dove

Group applications with up to three children allowed. Selected children MUST bring supervising adults (one adult may supervise up to two children).

Sept. 1

Adult/Child Deer

Group applications with up to five children allowed. Selected children MUST bring supervising adults (one adult may supervise one child).

Oct. 15

Adult/Child Waterfowl

Selected child may bring one other child and MUST bring only one supervising adult.

Adult/Child Quail

Selected child may bring one other child and MUST bring only one supervising adult.

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