Public hunting in Alabama
Last Post 26 Jun 2009 06:42 PM by ewhuff. 12 Replies.
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31 Dec 2007 01:36 AM  
I am thinking about hunting in Alabama 08' season. I live in Georgia and would love to give my 3 sons an oppurtunity for some good hunting. I,ve been told that there are alot of deer in Alabama, but what kind of public hunting is there? If anyone could share some info. on this it would be greatly appreciated.Thanks, and good hunting.
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02 Jan 2008 06:27 PM  
Try www.outdooralabama.com.My dad and I have hunted clubs every since I started hunting.What part of the state are you looking to hunt in?
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10 Jan 2008 01:22 AM  
Thanks Tubby! I am looking to stay maybe north or central Alabama, but some hunting south is not out of the question. I will give your suggestion a try, if you have any other suggestions iI would love to here them. Thanks again and God Bless.
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20 Jan 2008 03:43 AM  
I hope it helps you find what you was looking for.Good luck.
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22 Aug 2008 11:39 PM  
You got the Tuskegee National Forest about 20 minutes east of Montgomery
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30 Aug 2008 03:31 PM  
looking for a disabled hunt in fl. ga. or al. i can get into a stand ok but have c.o.p.d. real bad. any help would be fine. j foley
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30 Aug 2008 05:55 PM  
j foley i have booked a hunt with pa-ko plantation in midway ala for opening day of this years gun season i am physically challenged myself amputations heart attacks unable to walk j paul taylor is the owner and he assured me he would be able to get me into stands and ground blinds i will be sending a hunt report to buckmasters and north american hunting club hank      krawiech
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30 Aug 2008 08:24 PM  
The Tuskegee National Forest in Tuskegee,AL has reserved land just for disabled hunters. Ground blinds are already in place, easily accessable..... look into them. You can google the Tuskegee National Forest and contact the Ranger Station for any questions.
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31 Aug 2008 02:33 PM  
thanks hank will try to contact them this am.

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31 Aug 2008 02:36 PM  
thanks for info.      jack foley
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31 Aug 2008 02:47 PM  
contacted them real nice place but to rich for my blood. thanks anyway

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31 Aug 2008 02:51 PM  
do you have a web site that i can reach them with.


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26 Jun 2009 06:42 PM  
I do really well in the Wheeler Wildlife Refugee. I stay south of the Tenn River. In the 05 season I killed a buck that went 140. Pretty nice deer for public land.


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