RH Group Hunting Access Area

WMA Overview

Size: 20188 acres
Location: Floyd, Letcher, Magoffin, McCreary, and Pike counties
Contact: Floyd, Magoffin, and Pike Counties, Scott Freidhof 606-783-8634. McCreary County portion Becky Littleton 606-877-8409. Letcher County portion, please contact Wes Hodges 606-654-2533. Contact Joe McDermott 502-892-4432 for elk hunting questions
Elevation: minimum 600 feet, maximum 2200 feet.
Entrance GPS coordinates: Latitude N 37.5048, Longitude W -82.3581
Area Habitat: open land 30.49%, forest 69.39%, wetland 0.00%, open water 0.09%.

Regulations

Open under statewide regulations for all species.

Exceptions: 


Elk - Portions open during quota elk hunts to persons who possess the appropriate elk hunting permit.

Bear - Letcher Zone (Letcher County); East Zone 2 (Floyd, Pike, Magoffin counties)

*Commercial guiding, camping, ATV use, horseback riding, fishing, night hunting, baiting, livestock production and the use of screw-in steps or tree stands that have screws and spikes which may injure trees are not permitted on the property

Directions & Description

The property is comprised of reclaimed strip mine habitat of grasses and shrubs, with timbered ridges and drainages throughout. Strip mine habitat is of varying age and classification of reclamation. Use caution if active mining practices are underway, and give large trucks the right-of-way.

Hunters should email a completed waiver form to the RH Group office prior to entry at leagle@rossharrisgroup.com. The company will return a completed form, which the hunter should keep with them while on the property.

Owned by RH Group.

This property is managed as a several separate Regulated Areas for elk hunting and is located in Elk Hunting Units 6 and 7. Drawn elk hunters may apply to hunt these properties during the Elk Hunting Unit and Regulated Area drawing. Please refer to the elk hunting portion of our website

Firearms are allowed for all game species other than deer which is archery only. No commercial guiding, camping, ATV use, horseback riding, fishing, night hunting, baiting, livestock production, and the use of screw in steps or tree stands that have screws and spikes which may injure trees are not permitted on the property.