Birmingham is best known for its Civil Rights sights and musical heritage, but between live jazz and historic attractions catch the Birmingham Museum of Art or enjoy a detour through the city's botanical gardens.
Hunt deer, wild hog, turkey, dove, or quail on Clay Hill Hunting Preserve. Clay Hill Hunting Preserve is located on the Watson Farm in Clay County, Georgia, on a clay hill nine miles north of Fort Gaines. With its small fields, pine woods, creek, and oak bottoms, the area has always been a prime location for wildlife. Though we are new to the hunting business we are certainly not new to hunting. Hunting and fishing has always been a long standing tradition here. Because of our farming practices there has always been an abundance of wildlife, so we have decided to devote more of our time to this plentiful resource. We are currently setting aside more acres specifically devoted to wildlife habitat and are planting numerous fields with wildlife in mind. We do not just plant food plots to attract deer, and turkey to shoot but we also plant spring crops such as Lab Lab, soybeans, and cow peas to ensure a healthy, bountiful, supply of wildlife. We have heard numerous people state that they have seen the most deer and the biggest deer in this area while passing by Clay Hill Hunting Preserve. Non-hunters may desire a stay at Clay Hill for some relaxing time in the country, fishing, or just checking out nature. We are also located very near Meadow Links Golf course, one of the best courses around in case you prefer not to spend all your time in the woods. We are also just a few miles from Lake Walter F. George if you desire we can set you up with a guided fishing trip on the Lake or you may prefer to do some fishing here at the catfish pond at Clay Hill. Families welcome!
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