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Permits will not be required to hunt in designated areas at Lake Allatoona for the 2021-22 season, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers announced Monday.

Hunting permits will not be issued. All state and federal regulations will still apply and will be strictly enforced. For hunting area maps and regulations, visit the Allatoona Lake website at https://www.sam.usace.army.mil/Missions/Civil-Works/Recreation/Allatoona-Lake/Hunting/.

For other questions, contact Park Ranger Dan Pingel at 678-721-6700 or daniel.j.pingel@usace.army.mil, and follow the USACE Allatoona Lake Facebook page for updated information.

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(2) comments

BobP

A poorly written headline. “Hunting permits not required at Lake Allatoona” is accurate.

Jimmy Nomayo

Well, this is the Cherokee Tribune & Ledger News we're talking about. Not a lot of journalistic skill in this organization.

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