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Quail Hunting

Bob White Quail Hunting

Dorchester Shooting Preserve offers more than 5,000 acres of pristine quail habitat. The property has been managed for more than 17 years, offering early released fast-flying birds. Dorchester supplements its own wild bird population seasonally, giving hunters the best flying birds possible.

As a wing-shooter, you know that a personable, skilled and safe guide can make all the difference in your day in the field. At Dorchester, our guides have years of hunting experience and possess the skills and know-how to ensure you have a quality experience. Our hunts are designed to accommodate two hunters per guide and hunt buggy to optimize your time in the field.

Well-trained retrievers and pointers are a source of pride at Dorchester. Young, healthy, enthusiastic dogs make the day even more enjoyable as you walk behind these agile hunters. Guests are welcome to bring their own well-trained, professional hunting dogs to their own hunts. Just let us know so we can plan accordingly.

Half-Day Hunt

$525 per hunter

Includes 8 quail per hunter.
Additional birds may be harvested for $12.05 each

Full-Day Hunt

$785 per hunter

Includes 15 quail per hunter.
Additional birds may be harvested for $12.05 each

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One piece of reflective blaze orange clothing is required. Ammunition and Beretta gun rentals are available through the Dorchester Pro Shop. 50% Deposit Due to Guarantee Reservations, Balance Due Upon Departure. It is our goal to exceed your expectations. Allow us to specialize an itinerary for you today! New Georgia hunting regulations now require you to have a license to hunt quail at Dorchester. You may purchase the required Commercial Preserve License at our Pro Shop for $12 (valid for 2 years). For more information and reservations contact Dorchester Sales & Operations at 912.884.6999 or

“I keep returning to Dorchester for the honest, traditional lowcountry hunting experience…the abundant, exhilarating, wild-flying quail, professional guides, well-trained pointing, flushing and retrieving dogs and peerless southern hospitality.”
Jeff Kennard
Amelia Island, Florida