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Quail hunting in Central/Eastern North Carolina

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Beach Nut, Sep 25, 2010.

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  1. Beach Nut

    Beach Nut Member

    Jun 25, 2010
    North Carolina
    My father loves to hunt quail and at seventy four he is still going strong.
    Quail are getting hard to find in the area where he lives (Wake County)
    because of overdevelopment and lack of open space. Do any of you have
    any suggestions as far as where he can find some quail? He's been hunting
    in his native county Wilson County and Nash County, its next door
    neighbor, but the quail have seemed to dry up there as well.
  2. NCGunDude

    NCGunDude Member

    Aug 24, 2010
    We had a decent hunt a couple of years back at Anderson Creek Hunting Preserve near Lillington. I grew up hunting quail with my granddad in Brunswick County. But, like one of my uncles said when I asked him if he was shooting any wild quail in rural SC, he replied, "Huh, what's that?"
  3. JimKirk

    JimKirk Member

    Nov 23, 2008
    Nicholls,GA South Georgia
    Bring him down to Georgia, there are Hunting Preserves and Plantations who specialize in Quail hunting. South West and South Central Georgia is loaded with places to hunt.

    I've been seeing lots of wild Quail this year, many more than past years.

    Jimmy K
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