WCHC is 12,000 Continous Acres
The Washington County Hunting Club (WCHC) is 12,000 continuous acres of quality deer hunting in Georgia. We are conveniently located just northeast of Sandersville, GA. We are easy to get to from the major interstates I-16 and I-20, the state roads and highways from either interstate are well maintained, double and single paved roads that make for quick travel time. The WCHC grounds are triangular in shape and we are situated just inside the boarders of; on the northeast, by highway 102, the Ogeechee River is our northeastern boundary, and just north of the Sparta-Davisboro road is our southern boundary.
This area is known to locals as “The Roost”, for all the ducks that used to roost in the area. As the years have gone by the numbers of ducks have become limited, but one can still see Pintails, Wood ducks, Mergansers, and even some local geese on our club grounds.
Our club came into existence in the 1960’s and has been managed by a board of directors that are also members of the club since its conception. Our club is producing some fantastic trophy bucks for Georgia. The typical buck harvested on our club is 17 1/4" inside spread 8 point. Check our Buck Harvest Report under 2008 season report.
The 12,000 acres is privately owned, property that consists of planted pines, hardwood bottoms, and swamp territory, rolling hills and spacious views from hilltops, cutovers, beaver ponds, slews, small creeks and plenty of power lines. There is plenty of long distance shooting sites for those competent enough to reach out on those challenging shots and more than enough open area for those wishing to plant food plots. In addition to some fantastic deer hunting, our club offers wild hog, turkey, predator hunting, and even some great places for duck hunting. The WCHC boasts a magnificent 100 acre spring fed pond for pleasurable fishing activities as well, a $250 additional fee is required for lake activities.
Food Sources include red oaks, white oaks, swamp oaks, water oaks, browse and plenty of wild berries. The surrounding area includes many farms with soy beans, peanuts and corn. With generous bedding grounds, plentiful food sources, and water resources being so abundant the forests are teeming with wildlife. All we need now is you.
This site last updated on: January 20, 2010
All interested parties should contact the club president, Lewis Todd at 706-598-2554, or email our webmaster