Georgia Whitetail, Hog, and Turkey Hunting Outfitter Review
Georgia Hunting Outfitter Review
Woods-N-Water spans over 5,500 acres of trophy-managed private land in Georgia, providing an exceptional setting for outdoor enthusiasts. Offering diverse experiences, they specialize in trophy whitetail deer, wild turkey, and wild hog hunting, all within the natural beauty of Georgia's woods. Notably, their fair chase hunts have no high fence, and there are no additional trophy fees. In addition to hunting, Woods-N-Water provides fishing packages on their well-managed lakes for both seasoned and novice anglers. Accommodations are available at two locations – Woods-N-Water Lodge near Wrightsville, GA, and Woods-N-Water Plantation near Irwinton, GA – conveniently located approximately 2.5 hours south of Atlanta.
Deer Hunting in Georgia
Woods-N-Water offers exceptional whitetail deer hunting trips in Middle Georgia. The meticulously managed Whitetail Deer Hunting grounds feature a mix of farm and timberland, with creeks, drainages, and annual crops like peanuts, corn, soybeans, and cotton. The whitetail deer hunting season in Georgia spans from September to January for bow hunts and October to January for rifle hunts, with whitetail deer hunting trips lasting 2 to 5 days. Whitetail deer hunters can expect a unique experience with a limit of 1 trophy buck, 1 doe, and 1 wild hog per hunt. Their trophy whitetail deer hunts include lodging, they have no trophy fees, and provide semi-guided experiences, including pre-hunt scouting, transportation, and tracking assistance. Woods-N-Water ensures an unforgettable whitetail deer hunting adventure, with owner Blaine Burley's impressive 14-point, 270-pound buck setting the stage for potential trophy harvests.
Hog Hunting in Georgia
Woods-N-Water offers thrilling and action-packed wild hog hunting trips in Middle Georgia. With an abundance of wild boars, including those with Russian genetics exceeding 300 pounds, hog hunters can experience an adrenaline rush while enjoying a harvest opportunity rate of over 90%. Hog hunting trips are from mid-January to October 1st and last 2 to 5 days, providing an opportunity to bag a trophy hog or opt for harvesting meat. Their preferred method of hog hunting involves stand hunting, primarily in the evening and night, using bow, handgun, or rifle. Their wild hog hunting packages include lodging and feature semi-guided hunting experiences with pre-hunt scouting, transportation, and tracking assistance. Woods-N-Water ensures a memorable adventure, whether for trophy hunters seeking an elusive wild boar or those interested in meat hogs. Meals are not included in standard hog hunts, but catering options are available upon request.
Turkey Hunting in Georgia
Woods-N-Water offers exciting and challenging wild turkey hunting in Middle Georgia. Georgia boasts one of the largest wild turkey populations in the U.S., and Woods-N-Water provides an ideal location for turkey hunters seeking a memorable experience. With a substantial wild turkey population, including impressive "longbeards" weighing between 18-24 pounds and having 10–12-inch beards, turkey hunters can anticipate a 90-95% harvest opportunity rate. The turkey hunting season runs from April 1, 2023 to May 15, 2023, with turkey hunting trips lasting 2 to 5 days. Each turkey hunting package includes lodging, guided hunts, free cleaning of the harvest, and complimentary fishing in private lakes. While guide gratuities and meals are not included in standard turkey hunts, catering options are available upon request. Woods-N-Water ensures a rewarding turkey hunting experience with the chance to bag a mature gobbler and create lasting memories.
Georgia Hunting Lodges
Woods-N-Water has two Georgia Hunting Lodges to stay in while on your hunting adventure with them. The Woods-N-Water Lodge, accommodating up to 12 hunters in a cabin with three rooms, prioritizes individual bookings due to COVID concerns. Each bedroom features twin over double or twin over twin bunk beds. Additionally, a small trailer is available for couples, equipped with a twin over double bunk bed, a three-piece bathroom, and a kitchenette. The hunting lodge offers two full baths, a living room with satellite TV, dining room, full kitchen, and laundry/locker area. While lacking a landline phone, it provides Wi-Fi, and a cell booster enhances limited cell reception. Hunters can cook in the fully equipped kitchen, utilize grills, and fish in the on-site pond with trophy bass. The Woods-N-Water Plantation, reserved for 8 deer or 10 hog hunters, includes twin over twin bunk beds in various configurations. The cabin has amenities similar to the lodge, with the addition of a hot tub. Hunters can fish in the pond, and a clay target thrower is available. Hunting spans the 550-acre Wilkinson County property and nearby tracts based on hunting guide decisions influenced by hunter preferences, weather, and activity levels.