Georgia Fish and Wildlife Game Species

Big Game
Bear Deer Turkey
Small Game
Alligator Armadillos Beavers Bobcat Coyotes English Sparrows Fox Groundhogs Pigeons Rabbit Squirrel Starlings
Canada Goose Clapper Rails Common Wilson’s Snipe Coots Crows Dove Ducks Eiders Sea Duck Gallinules Grouse King Rails Long Tailed Sea Duck Mergansers Quail Rails Scoters Sea Duck Snipe Snow Goose Sora Teal Turkey Virginia Rails Woodcock Woodcock
Mink Muskrat Opossum Otter Raccoon Skunk Weasel
Fresh Water Fish
Black Crappie Blue Catfish Bluegill Brook Trout Brown Trout Chain Pickerel Channel Catfish Flathead Catfish Flier Hybrid Striped X White Bass Rainbow Trout Redbreast Sunfish Redear Sunfish Redfin Pickerel Smallmouth Bass Striped Bass Suwannee Bass Walleye Warmouth White Bass
Salt Water Fish
American Eel Atlantic Croaker Atlantic Sharpnose Shark Black Drum Black Sea Bass Blue Marlin Bluefish Bonnethead Shark Channel Bass Cobia Dolphin Flounder Gag Grouper Great Hammerhead Shark King Mackerel Red Drum Red Porgy Red Snapper Redfish Sailfish Scalloped Hammerhead Shark Sheepshead Smooth Hammerhead Shark Spanish Mackerel Spiny Dogfish Shark Spot Spottail Bass Spotted Seatrout Striped Bass Striped Bass (savannah River) Tarpon Tripletail Weakfish White Marlin

Check All Applicable Georgia State Regulations before heading out
Species may be missing, changed, or require additional Licensing and Permits - Check Official page links

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