Seasonal hunting on Lake Allatoona is permitted at the roughly 7,000 acre Allatoona Wildlife Management Area, at the northeastern part of the lake.
As you might expect, there are a number of regulations and requirements for licenses. You will find links to them here. Due to recent changes, fewer licenses are required, although you will pay more for the ones you need.
According to the State of Georgia:
- All hunters born on or after January 1, 1961 must successfully complete a hunter education course before purchasing a hunting license. Hunter education is not required if purchasing an Apprentice License or short-term license, if you are hunting on your own land, or if you are hunting pen-raised game birds on a licensed shooting preserve.
Hunting on Lake Allatoona License Regulations & Information
- Fish & Wildlife Phone App
- GA Hunting Regulations
- GA Hunting License Information
- GA Hunting Locations
- Lake Allatoona WMA Map & Info
- Primitive Weapons Safety Checklist
- Quail Hunting
- Rabbit Hunting
- Tree Stand Safety
- Turn In Poachers
- Waterfowl Regulations
Georgia’s hunting and fishing licenses have been restructured. Fees increased, but people need fewer licenses. To learn more about why the license structure changed and how the additional money will improve hunting and fishing in Georgia, click here.
Please stay safe when you go hunting on Lake Allatoona.