RegulationsOpen under statewide regulations for all hunting and trapping seasons, except some areas may be closed to public access as marked by signs Nov. 1 – March 15.
- Open to statewide regulations for hunting EXCEPT portions of the WMA as identified by signs which are closed from Nov. 1 to March 15.
- Blinds must be at least 200 yards apart.
- No more than 4 persons shall occupy a single blind at any time.
- Shooting hours are from one-half hour before sunrise to 2 p.m. Hunters may not enter the area until 4 a.m.
- On Forked Lake, Indian Camp Lake, Fish Lake, Number Four Lake, Black Lake and Upper Goose Pond Field and Town Creek Moist Soil Unit, all waterfowl hunting after Nov. 1 will be from Kentucky Fish and Wildlife-designated sites assigned by preseason drawing; even during periods of Mississippi River flooding:
- Hunters who want permanent hunt sites must register and be selected by random drawing the last Saturday in August;
- Individual must be 18 years of age and possess a valid Kentucky Hunting License, Kentucky Waterfowl Permit and Federal Migratory Bird (Duck) Stamp when applying for designated hunt sites;
- Blinds must remain within 10 yards of the designated numbered location;
- Permanent blinds, if constructed, must be in place by Nov. 20 and removed within 30 days of the close of the season. Persons who fail to remove their blind will forfeit the opportunity to obtain a blind site the following year;
- Persons drawn for a designated site (blind owners) may name one other person as a co-owner who may also claim the site each day;
- Blind owners and co-owners may not have more than one designated permanent blind site on the area;
- All selected sites must be marked with the blind owner’s name and permit number;
- Sites not claimed by blind owners by one hour before sunrise may be claimed by other hunters on a first-come, first-served basis.