4 comments on “Review of Georgia DNR-WMA Rifle Range Near Richmond Hill / Savannah

  1. Attention Customers: License Requirements Changed July 1, 2017:

    The WMA License is no longer available or required. A basic hunting or fishing privilege that allows hunting or fishing on state lands is all that is needed to be present on designated state WMAs, state PFAs, and state shooting ranges. (Big game, waterfowl, trout, or other licenses may also be additionally needed, depending on activity).

    GORP Licenses are no longer available. A license that includes the privilege to hunt or fish on state lands is all that is needed to shoot on state shooting ranges, or be on state WRD lands. All persons 16 and older on designated state WRD lands must have an individual basic hunting or fishing privilege. An individual WRD Lands Pass is optionally available for those that have objections to purchasing hunting or fishing licenses, but the cost for the Lands Pass is higher to make up for loss of federal funds that come with hunting or fishing licenses. Most persons not hunting or not fishing will still want the basic hunting or fishing license; the least costly basic fishing or hunting license for short term or annual use will suffice for basic access.

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  2. To Whom It May Concern…the range RSO’s you were railing about no longer work at the Richmond Hill Range. There is a new group of RSO’s that mind the rules and are user friendly.

    v/r ed

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