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Old 03-25-2017, 05:32 PM
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Default Altama Plantation WMA Part 1: The Old Hunting Camp

Over the past few weeks I've been exploring the new Altama Plantation WMA with my daughter, Lilah. We've had a great time and invite you to check it out as well!

Dabbler's Den #28--Altama Plantation Part 1
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I was thinking about hunting there but i also wanted to explore. Is everything pretty easy to explore? Also can you access any of the structures down there?
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Thanks for watching! We didn't have any problem at all getting around out there. I will say that since we filmed this the rules for Georgia WMAs have changed. It's not necessary open to the public to explore anymore, however all you need is a Georgia hunting/fishing licence ($15) or a Land Pass ($30) to gain access.

We didn't go into any of the structures out there, but I believe I remember seeing signs posted letting you know what you could use and couldn't.

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I see what you mean about "structures" from your other post. Here are two more trips my daughter and I took out to Altama...I think you would enjoy it out there.

Dabbler's Den #29 The Sugar Mill at Altama Plantation

Dabbler's Den #30 Fort Caroline at Altama Plantation
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I have my sportsman license which covers access there. I think it’ll be an interesting place to explore and it’s pretty close to town.
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