Small Game Hunting on Briar Creek
Briar Creek offers most all kinds of Small Game Hunting found in the state of Georgia. The list below shows some of the Small Game found on Briar Creek.
Rabbit Hunting is a big deal on Briar Creek with several members joining each year just to enjoy the sound of their beagles running those "cottontails". Woods and fields full of briar beds, fresh clear-cuts, small pines and other areas provide habitat ideally suited for rabbit hunting
• During deer season the same rules apply for rabbit hunting as for still hunting, the first person signed in at the area has the area. • Rabbit hunters who wish to hunt dog hunting land during deer season on Wednesday, Saturday or other designated dog hunting days must contact the Hunt Master or President for permission. • On Still Hunting Areas rabbit dogs cannot be used until after December 16th, after which hunts using dogs is permitted on Tuesdays and Thursday only.
Numerous hardwood creek bottoms provide great squirrel hunting opportunities for members.
Coon Hunting is allowed any time (even during deer season) on all tracts of land.
The pictures to the left and below are a few of Tim Fuller's dogs treeing on Briar Creek Sportsman's Club. Tim, a member of Briar Creek, has had a lot of luck with his dogs at the Club.