Martins Fork Lake WMA

WMA Overview

Size: 764 acres
Location: Harlan
Contact: (606) 654-2533
Elevation: minimum 1270 feet, maximum 1851 feet.
Entrance GPS coordinates: Latitude N 36.7363, Longitude W -83.2588
Area Habitat: open land 8.12%, forest 89.40%, wetland 0.00%, open water 2.49%.

Regulations

Turkey: Open under statewide regulations during the spring season.

Squirrel: Open under statewide regulations during the spring season.

Coyote: Open under statewide regulations.

Groundhog: Open under statewide regulations.

Bullfrog: Open under statewide regulations.

Turtles: Open under statewide regulations.

Fall Hunting dates/regulations are currently pending. 


Directions & Description

The WMA consists of shoreline surrounding Martins Fork Lake. From Harlan take US 421 to HWY 987, approximately 4 miles to the lake. Mountainous terrain, forested primarily in second growth hardwoods. No roads within area. Fishing, boating in 340-acre Martins Fork Lake.

Owned by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.