Di-Lane Wildlife Management Area
Di-Lane Plantation Wildlife Management Area (WMA) encompasses 8,100 acres of federally-owned property. Di-Lane is managed for early successional habitat (weeds and grasses) with a strong management emphasis on bobwhite quail. Di-Lane consists of approximately 2,100 acres of fallow fields, 1,600 acres of loblolly pine uplands, 4,100 acres of hardwoods, and 150 acres of dove field plantings. The main hunting opportunities are: deer, turkey, rabbit, squirrel, raccoon, and waterfowl. Quail and some dove and deer hunts are by quota only. (Check Popular Guide for specific dates and quota restrictions.) To access the Popular Guide for dates and quota restrictions, visit www.gohuntgeorgia.com and click "hunting" then "seasons and regulations." To apply for a quota hunt, visit www.gohuntgeorgia.com and click "quota hunts."