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Does anyone know if you can access I Love The Way You Love - Various - The Twisted Wheel areas prior to the season, or do Get Down And Double Check - Big Chief - Get Down And Double Check have to wait until the hunt start date?
I'll be getting to my unit to scout a couple of days before the hunt, and was hoping to check out one the WIAs. Big Chief J Member. Feb 25, 21 Texas. I'm sure they'll have them up again soon. You'll have to read the rules for the area to see if scouting is allowed. Aug 27, 4 Wyoming. From what i've read in the past and from my own experiences. There is no scouting on any of the walk-in areas prior to opening day for the species you are hunting on it.
You may want to double check, but im sure Camille - Chuck Pyle - Camel Rock is the rule. Nov 13, 6 51 Rochester, Washington. Access Coordinators are currently working on updating all Walk-In Hunting Area rules, boundaries, and any additional content that needs to be addressed.
Walk-In Hunting Areas will be back online before July Get Down And Double Check - Big Chief - Get Down And Double Check , Prerylyon Veteran member. Apr 25, 1, Cedar Rapids, IA. Thanks for the info guys. I'll check back on the website on June 10th Get Down And Double Check - Big Chief - Get Down And Double Check read specific rules on the WIA.
May 2, 63 SE Wyoming. Info is up for walk in and HMA'a now. Johnbud New Member. Jan 6, 49 14 Wisconsin. Reactions: LCH. Dec 3, 83 0. Thanks for the heads up. Feb 22, 39 Colorado. Are there designated parking areas for each WIA? Jan 12, 5 Wyoming. Reactions: DH DH56 Active Member. Jan 17, 26 Northern, Ohio. Has anyone used the walk in areas for Deer or other Big Game in the past and like to share their thoughts and experiences using them?
Some do, but not all. Bonecollector Veteran member. Mar 9, 4, Ohio. Late season deer hunt. Saw no one but it was a tough unit and weather was bad. But it was perfect on both accounts in my opinion as I cut my tag and had a blast. Reactions: Prerylyon. DH56 said:. Reactions: Johnbud and DH Jun 28, 90 Southern Indiana. I hunted an HMA last year for pronghorn, middle of the week, and saw no other hunters on it, and hundreds of pronghorn. BIL took his pick of several rutting bucks out of a group of about 30 pronghorn, in plain site of the road.
I've also had the opposite experience, where game was scarce and pressure was heavy. I'd say the good ones I've hunted have outnumbered the "bad" though.
LCH said:. PlainsHunter Active Member. Feb 29, 8 Central MN. If access is lousy in a unit, and you only have a couple of smaller walk in areas, they can get hit pretty hard. In other units where access is decent with a fair amount of BLM and other public land, the walk in areas sometimes get less pressure and hold good numbers of animals. It just depends. Thanks for the replies and good information.
The ones I am looking to possibly use are more surrounded by Private land by the look of what I see on my maps. I would assume if the pressure is pretty high on the WIA in this type of situation, then the Deer and Antelope will be pushed on adjacent Private property. But it can work in reverse if the private property is hunted hard or an outfitter is using it. Some are near roads with parking areas and some don't show any designated parking.
I have hunted in the area in the past, but haven't been there for a good dozen years. You must log in or register to reply here. Top Bottom.
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