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State of Georgia Announces Opening of the Alapaha River Wildlife Management Area

This almost 7,000-acre tract sits north and east of the Alapaha River in Irwin County and will provide opportunities for outdoor recreational activities such as hunting, hiking, and camping. This post State of Georgia Announces Opening of the Alapaha River Wildlife Management Area appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
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