Montgomery, AL -(AmmoLand.com)- The Alabama Black Belt is the perfect hunting destination this fall, with dove and wild hog seasons ongoing and deer season not too far away.
The Black Belt is home to some wonderful private lodges as well as a lot of public hunting lands. See the list of lodges at the website here and call for reservations to make some great outdoors memories. Several lodges cater to small groups, especially families, for two-day deer hunts and others can accommodate large groups with amenities that include Internet access in the lodge and fantastic meals.
If you’re looking for great hunting and you don’t have access to private lands, Alabama’s Black Belt has great hunting in Wildlife Management Areas. Visit the website to learn about the Barbour WMA near Clayton, the David K. Nelson WMA near Demopolis, the Fred T. Stimpson Community Hunting Area near Jackson, the Lowndes WMA near White Hall, Tuscaloosa County’s Mulberry Fork WMA near Tutwiler, the Oakmulgee WMA that spans 44,500 acres in Hale, Perry, Tuscaloosa and Bibb counties and Scotch WMA near Coffeeville.
Check out the Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association website for more information on hunting and fishing in the area at this link and watch the video above to get you in the spirit for hitting the woods and waters of the great Alabama Black Belt.
About Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association:
The Alabama Black Belt Adventures Association is committed to promoting and enhancing outdoor recreation and tourism opportunities in the Black Belt in a manner that provides economic and ecological benefits to the region and its citizens.
For information, go to www.alabamablackbeltadvantures.org.