The 2015-2016 Georgia Whitetail Deer hunting season is the first time Live Oak Plantation has opened its doors to the public. The Adel, Georgia facility has 3,000-acres for the perfect stand position and location. The attention to detail when it comes to stand locations and hunting locations is vital when it comes to hunting Whitetail Deer. The management at Live Oak Plantation takes into consideration all of the factors including; wind, cover and noise levels, to insure complete camouflage.
The Plantation has many lush food plots planted, which attract deer during prime feeding times. Each food plot is placed in areas where deer cross to make them feel at home and unthreatened.
Not all stands are in proximity to food plots. We have many diverse areas that one can choose from to hunt; trail crossings, natural pinch points, and wide open flats. The range is from two person ladder stands, tower stands, and the occasional ground blind.
Live Oak Plantation has registered an official Pope and Young kill scoring 137 7/8th inches, but there have been multiple bucks taken from the property that score greater than that mark. We encourage all methods of hunting including; primitive weapons and rifles. We require each hunter to have a Georgia Big Game hunting license. The Rut for deer tends to start around Thanksgiving, but is all depending on the 11th full moon.