Blue Springs Hunting Club - S.W., Georgia



Blue Springs Hunt Club

Blue Springs Hunt Club is located in southwest Georgia. This region produces some outstanding bucks, with a 175 class bucks taken from this property a few years ago and a 160 class buck taken in 2011. We are a family oriented club where the camaraderie and fellowship at the camp is as enjoyable as the time in the stand. We strive to practice quality deer management and good stewardship of the land. View the diverse habitat of this property by clicking on the above tabs. Enjoy the game camera videos and see some of the fine bucks taken from this area. If you are looking for the opportunity to harvest the buck of a lifetime, check out Blue Springs. We offers some of the best hunting in southwest Georgia.



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Blue Springs Hunting Club 2012-13 Rules

Membership: 

Dues: $2100.00 per membership.   Husband, wife and children 18 and under living in the same home are all considered members.  Memberships run from June 1, 2012 to May 31, 2013.   Dues for the following season are to be paid by January 31, 2013.  Paying memberships will be limited to 10.  Additionally, the property owner will be given a membership. 

A campsite will be available with non potable water and electricity.  Member must provide their own plumbing and electric fixtures.  By accepting a membership in this club, members agree not to hold property owner liable for damage to campers, vehicles or other property caused by falling trees or limbs.   

Some expenses such as utilities, seed, fertilizer and fuel are estimated in advance. Any expenses not covered buy the dues will be split equally among the members.  This will be limited to a maximum of $50 per membership.  All club financial information will be available to all members.    

 

Harvest Rules: 

Deer--- Each membership is allowed three (3) does per season and each member is allowed the number of bucks allowed per GA DNR..  

Bucks- Members are expected to shoot mature bucks.  Each buck harvested must have at least four (4) points on a side and a spread as wide as the outside of the ears.  A member's child may take one buck each season that has three points on a side.  A child second buck must have at least four (4) points on a side and a spread as wide as the outside of the ears. 

Does- Any does harvested should be a second year doe or older. No yearlings. 

Hogs- All hogs harvested must be in accordance with Georgia DNR regulations. 

Turkey- All turkeys harvested must be in accordance with Georgia DNR regulations. 

Small Game- All small game harvested must be in accordance with Georgia DNR regulations. 

All carcasses will be dumped in a designated dump site. 

All harvested game will be weighed,  photographed and recorded on a harvest record sheet.   

 

General Hunt Club Rules: 

This is a family oriented hunting club. There will be wives and children present on many occasions. Do not use profanity in the presence of women and children or individuals offended by such language.   

Alcohol intoxication will not be tolerated by members or guests on this club and will result in the immediate loss of membership without a refund of dues in whole or part.   

No littering. Take your trash with you and if you see someone else’s trash, pick it up.  

Keep all gates closed and locked at all times. 

All stands must be marked on the map and are open for all members to hunt.  Climbing stands are not subject to this rule.   

Tag in and out of the area that you will be hunting.  No tagging stands for other members not at the club.  Do not tag an area if you will not be hunting.  Tags may be placed the night before a morning hunt.   

There will be no does taken from a stand overlooking a food plot with the use of a firearm, except that a member's child may harvest one (1) doe in such a manner.  This rule may be waived for all or part of the last week of the season at the discretion of the club president. 

Do not drive on food plots unless retrieving game. 

No placing corn, peanuts or other feed on food plots.  

Do not walk on or around a food plot unless placing scent, cameras or decoys.  

No defacing or cutting any planted pine tree. 

No placing of nails or climbing spikes into any tree.  

Members may maintain feeders at their expense. 

Members must always possess their truck decal while on the property. 

No club rule will be changed without the unanimous approval of all members. 

 

Vehicle Rules: 

The use of gas powered ATV’s or carts are prohibited with the exception of transporting game from an area not accessible by vehicle, setting up stands or servicing feeders.  ATV’s may also be used during work days. 

Vehicles will travel only on designated roads.  No driving on agricultural fields.   

No unnecessary vehicle traffic at night.  

 

Guest Policy: 

Members will be allowed to bring a guest at no charge.  Any game harvested will be deducted from the member’s allotted number.  

Members will be responsible for any/all actions of their guest.  

Guests are not permitted to hunt without the inviting member being present at the club. 

There will be no guests from December 1st through December 16th.  Dates to be revised yearly.  

 

Work Days: 

There will be numerous club workdays scheduled throughout the year. These workdays are scheduled for planting/preparing food plots, clearing roadways, setting stands, and maintaining stands and feeders. 

All members are encouraged to participate in these activities.