Here you will find all the information you will need about Redbone Hunting Preserve, located in Barnesville, GA, just an hour south of Atlanta. Redbone Hunting Preserve is known for great hunts and good times. Feel free to browse around, and if you have any questions, give us a call at 770-358-0944.
Redbone Farms Hunting Preserve 2013 Dove Shoots
We are most optimistic regarding the 2013-2014 dove season, and our positive outlook is based on the fact that we have large sunflower fields and all three fields received a lot of rain this spring. Our excellent stands of sunflowers exceed 100 acres. This is in addition to our millet hay. We’ll combine corn, and we will be sowing wheat. Typically, we will shot over about 1500 acres during this season.
The other day I was observing a large wheat field that had not been harvested. Wind and rain had put much of the wheat on the ground and doves were feasting on it. Never have I seen the quantity of birds in the spring as I saw this week. Yes, I have reason to be very positive.
The start of dove season always starts with a delicious BBQ chicken dinner at the barn.
Scheduled Shoots at Redbone
- September 7th, 14th, and 21st
- October 12th and 19th
- November 30th
- December 7th and 21st
It is imperative that you review our basic gun safety rules and sign our release of liability each time prior to going to the dove fields. We do our best to enforce gun safety. Please report any unsafe shooting activity, especially any hunter shooting at low flying birds (under a 45 degree angle).
We sell a season pass only for our dove shoots. We do not take hunters on a daily basis or one day pass basis. A guest will require a season pass.
We will start signing hunters in at noon and will continue to sign-in up to 3:00 PM. Generally, we take people to our fields starting about 1:00 PM even though it is approximately 4:00 PM or later before birds start to fly on especially hot days.
On opening day we’ll feed our hunters barbecued chicken or barbecued pork starting about 11:30 AM.
Master cookers prepare the BBQ chicken for the hungry dove hunters.
On Saturday, October 19th, we celebrate the end of the early portion of our dove season. Hopefully, we’re celebrating a bountiful season. We’ll have a wild game supper with barbecued doves, quail, rabbit, squirrel, duck, venison, or whatever other hunters contribute. We solicit contributions of wild game, especially doves. Please, have your spouse, significant other and your children meet at the barn for an evening of delicious food, good fellowship, live music and a bonfire. We invite you to enjoy an evening of wholesome fun for the whole family.
Finally, Redbone Hunting Preserve has a sister company, Little Tobesofkee Creek Ranch, that markets 10 acre home sites. We even have one 49 acre tract. We have plenty of areas to hike, ride horses, and to fish. We also have a well-maintained airstrip. We’re trying to promote gracious country living that’s pretty convenient to the big city.
We love showing our property. Call to arrange a tour or ask us to provide you with information.
Now get ready for a big dove season!
Floyd & Fred Moye
And all the rest of
the gang at Redbone