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Old 06-01-2006, 09:35 PM
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Can anyone suggest a few places on Forestry Land in the Helen/Dahlonega area?

I plan on getting up for a hunt or two during Modern Firearm Deer Season.
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I have never been bear hunting but would love to go.
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I'm thinking seriously about giving it a try during bow season. I will probably stick to WMA's though as I'm more familiar w/ them than National Forest land.
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You're best bet would be to hunt North of Helen, closer to Hiawassii.
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Depends on how far you want to travel, Cohutta WMA has a good bear population.
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Depends on how far you want to travel, Cohutta WMA has a good bear population.
I'll agree with that too.
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swallows creek and war woman have pretty good bear populations.
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Last year I was hunting on public land in Habersham county and saw a pretty good bear. I was hunting just outside of Batesville on Raper Mtn. rd. I have hunted there for years but this was the first bear that I have seen there. I did not hear of anyone killing it, so it may still be there. Good luck and good hunting!! Send me a PM and I will tell you exactly where the bear was!!!!!
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My cousin killed the georgia record a few years ago.
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im gonna put triz in ones living room this fall and see if he can stick it.
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You're best bet would be to hunt North of Helen, closer to Hiawassii.
Chattahoochee WMA right outside of Helen is full of em.
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There are bear in dawson forest. Can you eat bear?
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Anywhere in the north Ga mtns. all the mtn wmas have good bear populations. the chattahoochee wma is probably your best bet. on one four day hunt last year with two either sex days they killed 3 bucks and 16 bears. swallow creek is another good wma for bears,tray mtnhas a good population as well, all these areas are close to helen, the batesville area has bears as well the one in my avatar came from that area last year. your best bet for a bear is during bow or muzzle loader season, after alot of hunting pressure they move further back in the mtns. all these areas are very rough so be prepared to climb mtns.
Toridak, yes you can eat bear but it has to be cooked right.
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Can you take bear on private land? I was told only public
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Yes, you can eat bear. Its just like everything else, the older they are the tougher they are. I think there is no better jerky than bear jerky.

and yes, you can kill them on private land too.
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Yes, you can eat bear. Its just like everything else, the older they are the tougher they are. I think there is no better jerky than bear jerky.

and yes, you can kill them on private land too.
Cool. I might take one this year in my HC. See if my processor does em first.
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A bear is my goal this fall. My daughter want's one on the wall and I haven't had any bear sausage in years.
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OK Brothers, that settles it - With all the input I plan on hitting the woods at the Chattahoochee Ntl. Forest the week of Muzzle Loader Season.

Thanks for all of your input, I look to see you all in the woods this fall.

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Hey Brian - PM'd you!
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tell you what i have had a hankerin to try a bear this year too. did someone say swallow creek was a good place?
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Anyone out there that would allow a hog hunter to tag alone on a bear hunt I got a couple pretty hogs on my wall but a bear would finish it off!
Just send a IM I can carry my own weight in the woods can hunt muzzle loader rifle or bow doesn matter just want to hunt!
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Old 07-20-2006, 01:24 PM
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Hunt'n, Camp'n and Dragging some Bear out of the woods!!!

PM me and I'll help co-ordinate - Looks like Dana, Brian, Cooter (aka Marlin 444) and Dru from Oklahoma is set so far.

Send me your Cell and e-mail and we'll getcha on the Bear Hunt e-mail list.
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Hey All!

I am pumped, looking forward to this hunt; hope to get some backstraps for camp during bow season! Anybody know how to grill???

Dru, my buddy from Oklahoma is 50/50 at this point. We have to go to a convention in Chicago (works gets in the way of my hunting).

gabearhunter and darkhorse will be joining us on the hunt.

The plans (but plans are made to be changed) as they stand today are -

October 17, 18 and 19 (Tuesday - Thursday) during Black Powder Season... Chattahoochee National Forest near Helen. I am out all week on vacation, but gotta join Dru in Chicago for a convention.

Brian and Dana know some good spots, we'll just need to make sure we're ready to hike a bit... And with luck do some "Packing Out" then to do some tent Camping.

I'll be carrying my TC 209x45 with a Nikon 3-9 x 40 using 150 Grains of Triple 7 with a 295 Grain Power Belt - Sighting the new scope in this weekend. On my side will be my trusty 1851 Navy 44 Caliber as my backup...

What will you take in the woods for that BIG Bear???
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I'll most likely carry my handbuilt .54 Caliber Lancaster flintlock.
For a wet weather rifle I'll have along a .54 Caliber TC Renegade caplock.
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I'll just be carring ol betsy (rem model 700 ml .50 cal)
Oh by the way ya'll will be carring my bear out right ?
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Count Corndog in for the hunt Marlin 444 I just replied to your sent message . Just send Info to my e-mail address.
Thanks Corndogie
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Gotcha...

I'll pull a head count together this week.

Might be good to have a pre-hunt meeting.

I'll throw something out in my e-mail.

Hope everybody has started practicing with you stck and string...

Tuned up my Outback and I am steadily whack-n-em from 30 &40 yards...

Went out with my brother in law yesterday and set a tripod up.

Deer sign everywhere in Hancock County on our lease.

Marlin 444, but you can call me Cooter!
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Old 07-31-2006, 07:57 AM
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PM' yah Vermont...

As you can see we are still narrowing down the location of our Bear Hunt. Brian and Dana are scouting for us!!!
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Another option we have is that the Swallow creek wma will be open with modern firearms during the time of our planned hunt so you might want to bring your deer rifles as well as your muzzle loaders. Brian and I will be out scouting in the coming weeks as soon as the weather cools some. We'll keep you posted but remember guys there is nothing guaranteed except that we will be hunting some very mountainous land so please be prepared both mentally and physically.
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Also we will have to hunt on foot because you can't ride fourwheelers on this govt land.
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Keep me posted via pm about the hunt details.
We have a 4 month old and I have been a stranger to the woods.
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Hey All:

Sent e-mail, looks like Darkhorse may be out.

I am still looking for a e-mail address for ngabearhunter, I'll look to hear from yah!

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Hey you all, new to the forum and I am not trying to cut in or anything but I have been trying to find someone who knows something about north georgia bears. Man did i hit the right forum. I plan on scouting out chatt wma this weekend and next. Probally camp right there.

If anyone knows the spot or could send me in the right direction I need all the help i can get, I am a bow hunter. I hunt in south georgia swamps.

Thanks for help and tips and tricks of the mountains, i would hate to get lost in it. but they say you have to get in the back country. How do you walk that far in the dark????
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a good compass,, bunch of brite-eye tacks..
DO NOT depend on a GPS in the north ga mountains,, i know they have gps problems when in the Cohutta wma woods....
I will be bear hunting Cohutta WMA,, and I will have a compass,, and thermal undies....
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Thanks, I thought the GPS thing would be out of the question. That hurts.
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Cooter do we have any idea where we will base camp?
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Hey cooter forget the last part of my PM... Found it hehe
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Hey all:

So far the following will hunt with us. Black Powder October 17, 18 and 19. At this point we will Base Camp at the Chattahoochee National Forest, Dana and Brian are to do some scouting (Thanks Guys!) so we can nail this down.

The following are the folks who will be with us at this point -

* Dana Young
* Brian Chambers
* sr.corndog
* Vermont
* Marlin 444

NOTE: If you have an interest, send "Marlin_444" a PM with e-mail address and Cell Phone Number.

Sorry I have not updated everyone lately, works been getting in the way...

Interested Bear Hunters can shoot me a PM and I'll do my best to keep up.

Let 's plan a meeting a couple weeks ahead of the hunt. Any suggestions like the Smith House or a spot in Helen?

Hope you are all getting your Bow Practice in, looking forward to the Big One in my Buddies Apple Orchard in Velvet.

Momma says I can hang the next one (a 12 point) between the 9 and the 11... But I want a nice Bear Rug to go there!!!

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Is there a plan yet as to how we are going to be hunting?? I mean like just walking through the woods still hunting or hunting specific spots?
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Probably not a good idea to be walking through the woods during Deer / Bear Season on public land, But I am open to suggestions...
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I have always hunted near corn fields and such.......had bears come to the apple trees that I found up in a mtn. but that is how I have hunted besides with dogs.
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Thanks Brian, I may need an easy in and out too... My Back is giving me fits lately... I copied Darkhorse on my PM to yah!
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Guys,
The plan right now is for brian and myself to get ya'll into bear country, I don't know if we will be able to set you in specific spots or not due to the # of folks going we may just have to either get you in the general area or walk in dropping people off as we go along. I pretty much stalk and shoot bears, sometimes I take them from stands but usually I slip along and shoot them.
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List of things you might want to bring along.
1. scent control products
2. good piece of rope for dragging
3. muzzle loader and ammo
4. orange vest
5. water
6. snacks
7. appropiate clothing
8. extra socks
9 good lightweight boots
10. if anyone has a game hauler they might want to bring it
11. tree stand or lightweight seat
12. we might hunt Swallow creek Wma so bring a regular rifle and ammo.
13.camera and film
14. gps or compass
15.one of those roll up dragging sleds if you have one.
16. if you are interested in a rug or whole mount a good heavy weight tarp to wrap the bear in for dragging.
Feel free to add to this list if anyone can think of anything else.
17. good flashlight and extra batteries
18. first aid kit.
19. one of those family radio frequency radios if you have one or two.
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Thanks for the PM from Dana and Duane, I am going to get a buzz, i really thanks for your help and input.
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Since I joined the Air Force I have lost a lot my stuff moving from place to place and I ended up leavin my muzzleloader some where....maybe at my friends place in vermont.......Gonna have to buy a new one for the oct bear hunt. Oh well old one was a real pain in the but, Goin to try to find one under 200. Bass pro and cabelas have some.

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can you archery hunt during the muzzleloader dates????
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If we hunt swallow creek if we see a deer worth shootin do ya mind???
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I was thinkin of bring my bow also........I have shot 3 with the rifle so dont want to shoot another one.....would like to shoot one with the bow or black powder. Plus hate to do all that huntin and such to see one just outta bow range.
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