Waterfowl Hunting & Management
Lake Seminole is a 37,500 acre reservoir owned and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Its relatively shallow water promotes the growth of aquatic vegetation that attracts the largest inland concentration of wintering waterfowl in the state. Ring-necked ducks, canvasbacks and scaup are the primary species. Call the GADNR at 912-430-4254 for more information.
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