Obtaining our Services
Suburban Whitetail Management of North Georgia
To obtain our services you must first: Contact SWMNGA and describe the problem. An SWMNGA
representative will discuss the situation with you to determine if our services are appropriate for your particular
property. Considerations include:
- The size of your property.
- Your proximity to neighbors and whether they are comfortable with the potential for hunting on or near
- The extent of damage caused by deer.
If your property qualifies, our representative will set up face to face meetings to look at the property. The
SWMNGA coordinator for your county, or member of the Board of Directors will visit with you at that time.
During this visit our representative will provide the paperwork needed to retain SWMNGA as your hunting
Agent. The paperwork grants SWMNGA authorization to harvest deer on your property, and designates certain
rules such as:
- Specific places for parking.
- Certain times you do or do not wish hunters to be on your property. · Special areas of concern.
- Specific hunting spots.
We will select the bowhunter or bowhunters for your property who will then be introduced to you by our District
Leader. In addition, you will be provided with an informational list to include:
- The bowhunter's name or names.
- Vehicle description.
- License plate number.
- Phone listings of all members on your property and our Board of Directors.
The hunter then begins the process of observing deer movements from an elevated position to determine what
strategy will work for harvesting the deer on your property. Periodically the hunter will contact his or her team
leader to give a progress report. The leader designated to supervise your property will be in regular contact
with you to update you on our progress and to answer any questions. They are also available by cell phone to
respond to any situations that require immediate attention.
|SWMNGA, Inc. is a fully insured not-for-profit organization specializing in providing a free
service to area property owners experiencing problems with expanding whitetail deer herds
by deploying highly qualified bowhunters using portable tree stands where hunting can be
performed from the safety of an elevated position.