1999-2000 Kentucky Hunting and Trapping Guide by xld14276

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									                                                                                         This guide is current
                                                                                        MARCH 1, 1999 through
                   1999-2000                                                             FEBRUARY 29, 2000

                   Kentucky
              Hunting and Trapping
                     Guide


                                                                                          Kentucky’s hunters,
                                                                                          anglers and boaters
                                                                                         pay for conservation.
This guide is an accurate SUMMARY of the laws regarding hunting and trapping
and is intended solely for informational use. It is not a reprint of any referenced
statute or regulation in its entirety and should not be used as such. Questions about
the information contained in this guide should be directed to the Kentucky De-
partment of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR) BEFORE engaging in the
activities referenced. Numbers following each section of this guide refer to the
pertinent Kentucky Revised Statute (KRS) or Kentucky Administrative Regula-
tion (KAR). Complete KAR and KRS can be referenced at http://
www.lrc.state.ky.us/home.htm. More information about Kentucky’s hunting and
fishing can be found at www.state.ky.us/agencies/fw/kdfwr.htm.



                                                                                        The Kentucky Department of Fish
NOTE: This guide provides information about fall hunting and trapping seasons                 and Wildlife Resources
for all game species except migratory birds. Information regarding the SPRING             is funded through the sale of
TURKEY SEASON and seasons and limits for MIGRATORY BIRDS (e.g., ducks,                  hunting and fishing licenses and
geese, doves) may be obtained by contacting: Kentucky Department of Fish and                   boat registration fees.
Wildlife Resources, Division of Information & Education, #1 Game Farm Road,                It receives no general fund
Frankfort, KY 40601; phone (800)858-1549.                                                           tax dollars.




            Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
                            #1 Game Farm Road
                         Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
             Telephone: (800)858-1549 (toll-free); (502)564-4336
                 Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Eastern
                       C. Tom Bennett, Commissioner
                  www.state.ky.us/agencies/fw/kdfwr.htm

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Quick Reference Guide                                                         Page          (Items in red in this guide are new for this year.)
Beaver Season ................................................................ 22
Bobcat Seasons .............................................................. 27
Bullfrog Season ............................................................. 22
                                                                                                       NEW THIS YEAR!!!
Buying and Selling Furs & Hides .................................. 21
Check Stations (see Telecheck Station List)                                                 Hunters are required to cut out information on the deer
Calling Devices ................................................................ 5          and turkey tags. The way hunters tag deer and turkeys
County Codes List ......................................................... 40              has been simplified. Now hunters must cut out the appro-
Coyote Season (see Year-Round Season)                                                       priate information on their tags, rather than mark it with
Crow Season .................................................................. 22
                                                                                            ink. See WHITE-TAILED DEER TAGGING & CHECKING,
Deer, White-tailed
  Archery/Crossbow Season ......................................... 10                      WILD TURKEY TAGGING & CHECKING and TAGGING -
  Bowhunter Wildlife Diary .......................................... 23                    - DEER & TURKEY (p. 19) for details.
  Modern Gun Season .................................................. 10
  Muzzle-Loading Season ............................................ 11                     Checking in deer and turkey is now easier than ever!
  Hunting ........................................................................ 7        Hunters must check their deer and turkey by calling a toll-
  Hunting Zones .............................................................. 9            free number and using the automated telecheck system —
  Permit Requirements .................................................... 7
                                                                                            see WHITE-TAILED DEER TAGGING & CHECKING and
  Deer Season Limit........................................................ 8
  Junior Hunting Requirements ...................................... 8                      WILD TURKEY TAGGING & CHECKING for information.
  Quota Hunt Information ............................................ 12
  Tagging & Checking .................................................... 8                 Tag usage for deer hunting zones 4, 5 & 6 has changed
  Trophy White-tailed Deer Program ........................... 17                           due to a revision in zone descriptions – see Tag Use sec-
  Youth Deer Hunting ..................................................... 8                tions in WHITE-TAILED DEER HUNTING.
  Youth Deer Hunt Weekend ........................................ 11
  Zone 1 Firearm Season .............................................. 11
Definitions ....................................................................... 3
                                                                                            Hunters now have another firearms deer season! In Zone
Disabled Hunter Exemptions ........................................... 4                    1 counties, hunters may use firearms to take one antlerless
Dog Training .................................................................... 7         deer Dec. 18-19, 1999. Hunters may use either their state-
Elk Restoration ................................................................ 6          wide antlered/antlerless or antlerless tag or Zone 1 bonus
Falconry Season ............................................................. 22            antlerless-only tag for this season. If a hunter has already
Fire Hazard Seasons ........................................................ 7              used all of these tags, he/she cannot participate in this sea-
Furbearer Season ........................................................... 22
                                                                                            son. Read WHITE-TAILED DEER HUNTING for details.
General Hunting Information .......................................... 4
Grouse Season ............................................................... 20
Hunter Cooperator Programs ......................................... 21                     Archery deer season has been extended. Archers may
Hunter Education Requirement ....................................... 4                      now deer hunt through the third Monday in January. This
Hunter Orange Requirements .......................................... 5                     year’s archery deer season is Sept. 18, 1999 - Jan. 17, 2000.
Hunter Equipment
  Small Game ................................................................ 20            The maximum party size for quota hunts has been increased
  White-Tailed Deer ........................................................ 7
                                                                                            to five hunters. Hunters may apply only once for a quota hunt.
  Wild Turkey ............................................................... 18
Landowner Permission .................................................... 5                 Also, if check-out is required for a quota hunt and a hunter
License/Permit Fees ......................................................... 4             fails to do so, he or she will be disqualified from quota hunts
License Requirements ..................................................... 4                for next year. See QUOTA DEER HUNTS for information.
New This Year .................................................................. 2
Possession of Wildlife ..................................................... 7              Hunters, help us track wildlife! The KDFWR has many
Prohibited Hunting Methods ........................................... 5                    ways for hunters to help gather important information about
Rabbit & Quail Seasons ................................................. 20
Raccoon & Opossum Seasons ....................................... 22                        the state’s wildlife — see HUNTER COOPERATOR PRO-
Shooting Hours ................................................................ 5           GRAMS to find out how you can help.
Squirrel Seasons ............................................................ 20
Tagging -- Deer & Turkey ............................................. 19                   Elk now roam in Eastern Kentucky. Make sure you don’t
Telecheck Station List ................................................... 40               mistake these animals for white-tailed deer. See ELK RES-
Trapping Equipment ...................................................... 21                TORATION for details.
Tree Stand Use ................................................................. 5
Wild Hog Hunting ......................................................... 22
Wildlife Management Areas .......................................... 29
Wild Turkey                                                                                              REPORT A POACHER
  Hunting ...................................................................... 18
  Permit Requirements .................................................. 18
                                                                                                          Call 1-800-25ALERT
  Tagging & Checking .................................................. 18                                 (1-800-252-5378)
Year-Round Season ......................................................... 7
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                                                                                                                                    Definitions
                                                    DEFINITIONS
1. Adult: a person at least 18 years        14. Firearm: a breech or muzzle-            26. Rimfire: a cartridge that fires
    of age.                                     loading rifle, shotgun or handgun.          when the firing pin strikes the outer
2. Antlered deer: a deer with ONE           15. Foot-hold trap: a commercially              edge of the cartridge casing.
    antler at least four inches long or         manufactured spring-loaded trap         27. Shotshell: multiple-projectile or
    longer is, for tagging purposes,            with smooth, metallic jaws designed         pelleted ammunition.
    considered an antlered deer. Mea-           to close upon an animal’s foot.         28. Slug: single-projectile ammunition.
    sure the antler length from the skin    16. Furbearers: mink, muskrat, beaver,      29. Small game: squirrels, rabbits,
    at the base of the antler to the            raccoon, opossum, gray fox, red             quail or grouse.
    furthermost tip of the antler.              fox, weasels or striped skunk.          30. Squirrels: gray squirrel or fox
3. Antlerless deer: a deer with no          17. Hunting: to take or attempt to              squirrel.
    antlers or with BOTH antlers less           take in any manner, whether or not      31. Take: includes pursue, shoot,
    than four inches long. Each antler          the hunter has game in possession.          hunt, wound, catch, kill, trap, snare
    should be measured individually         18. Junior: any hunter under the age            or capture wildlife in any way and
    from the skin at the base of the            of 16.                                      any lesser act designed to lure,
    antler to the furthermost tip.          19. Modern gun (breech-loading                  attract or entice for these purposes;
4. Any deer: antlered or antlerless             firearm): any rifle, handgun or             and to place, set, aim or use any
    deer; either sex deer.                      shotgun in which the cartridge or           device, animal, substance or agency
5. Archery equipment: a longbow,                shotshell is placed into the gun from       which may reasonably be expected
    recurve bow or compound bow                 the rear or stock end of the barrel.        to accomplish these acts; or to
    incapable of holding an arrow at        20. Muzzle-loading gun: any rifle,              attempt to do such acts or to assist
    full or partial draw without aid            shotgun or handgun in which the             any other person in the doing of or
    from the archer.                            bullet or projectile is placed in the       the attempt of such acts.
6. Arrow: the projectile fired from a           gun from the discharging (muzzle)       32. Tenant: any resident sharecropper,
    bow or crossbow.                            end of the barrel or cylinder.              lessee, or any other person actu-
7. Barbed broadhead: a point or             21. Non-locking snare: a wire, cable            ally engaged in work upon a farm
    portion of a blade projecting back-         or string loop without a device to          or lands AND residing in a dwell-
    ward from a broadhead designed to           keep the loop from loosening.               ing on the farm or lands including
    hold an arrow within an animal.         22. Padded trap: commercially                   noncontiguous lands, but does not
8. Centerfire rifle: any rifle that fires       manufactured foothold trap with             include any other employee or ten-
    a cartridge by the firing pin strik-        metal jaws padded with a soft,              ant unless actually residing on the
    ing a primer in the middle of the            nonmetallic substance.                     property and engaged or employed
    end of the cartridge casing.            23. Possession limit: the maximum               as described.
9. Conibear-type trap: a commer-                number of wildlife a person may         33. Water set: a trap set to drown an
    cially manufactured spring-loaded           hold in the field after two or more         animal upon capture.
    trap designed to kill the animal            days of hunting.                        34. Wildlife Management Area: a
    upon capture.                           24. Private inholding: any privately            tract of land controlled by the
10. Crossbow: a bow designed or                 owned property completely sur-              department through ownership,
    fitted to hold an arrow (or bolt) at        rounded by wildlife management              lease, license or cooperative agree-
    full or partial draw without aid            area lands owned or controlled by           ment, and containing the words
    from the archer.                            the department.                             “wildlife management area” or
11. Deer: a white-tailed deer               25. Resident: for licensing purposes            “WMA” as part of its name.
    (Odocoileus virginianus).                   a resident is: any person who has       35. Youth hunter: see Junior.
12. Deer control tags: those tags               established permanent domicile and      36. Youth quota hunter: a quota
    issued by the department to land-           legal residence and has resided in          hunt participant who has not
    owners for distribution to legal            Kentucky for 30 days immediately            reached his or her 16th birthday by
    deer hunters during the season to           prior to application for a license;         the date of the quota hunt.
    control deer numbers to prevent             full-time students enrolled in an       37. Zone: the grouping of counties or
    damage to private property or crops.        educational institution for at least        portions of counties.
13. Dry-land set: a trap not set to             a six-month term; and, military
    drown an animal upon capture.               service personnel on permanent             Always ask permission
                                                assignment in Kentucky.                    to hunt on private land.

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                                          GENERAL HUNTING INFORMATION
                    HUNTING LICENSE and                       All Kentucky residents 65 years of         resident hunter under 16 years old may
                   PERMIT REQUIREMENTS                      age and older and Kentucky residents         purchase a junior hunting license in-
               Hunters must carry a valid Kentucky          who are certified totally and perma-         stead of a regular license.
               hunting license on their person while        nently disabled by the Federal Social          Hunting licenses and permits must
Hunting Info




               in the field. The only exceptions are:       Security Administration, by a state          be signed and filled out completely
  General




               1) Kentucky residents, their spouses         Workers Compensation Board or by             before going afield. Tags must be cut
               and dependent children hunting upon          the United States Railroad Retirement        appropriately after an animal is taken
               their own farmlands; 2) tenants, their       Board, or Kentucky resident veterans         (see DEER TAGGING REQUIRE-
               spouses and dependent children hunt-         who have a permanent 50 percent dis-         MENTS, TURKEY TAGGING RE-
               ing upon farmlands where they reside         ability as the result of military-related    QUIREMENTS and TAGGING DEER
               and work; and 3) Kentucky residents          injuries are required to purchase the        & TURKEY for details).
               on military furlough of more than three      Senior/Disabled Combination                    Hunters who own land in Ken-
               days who carry identification and pa-        Hunting & Fishing license ($5) and           tucky, but reside outside the state,
               pers showing their furlough status.          carry it while hunting or fishing. The       must purchase nonresident licenses.
                  All hunters, except resident land-        senior/disabled license includes the         For deer and turkey hunting, nonresi-
               owners, tenants and their dependents         privilege to hunt small game, deer, tur-     dent hunters must purchase an annual
               hunting on their own land and those          key, migratory birds and waterfowl,          nonresident hunting license – a five-
               holding a senior/disabled combination        and fish for all species, including trout.   day nonresident hunting license is not
               license (see next column), are required        All hunters eligible to purchase the       valid for deer or turkey hunting. (301
               to buy deer, turkey, migratory bird and      senior/disabled license must make            KAR 3:028, KRS 150.170, KRS 150.175)
               waterfowl permits.                           their own tags to attach to harvested
                  Landowners, tenants and their de-         deer and turkeys (see DEER TAGGING                  HUNTER EDUCATION
               pendents are required to obtain the free     REQUIREMENTS and TURKEY TAG-                           REQUIREMENTS
               Resident Landowner/Tenant Deer Tag           GING REQUIREMENTS for details.)              All hunters required to carry a Ken-
               (see DEER PERMIT REQUIRE-                      Hunting licenses, permits and tags         tucky hunting license and born on or
               MENTS for information.)                      are nontransferable. A resident or non-      after January 1, 1975, must carry a
                                                                                                         valid hunter education course comple-
                                  LICENSE and PERMIT FEES                                                tion card while hunting. A bowhunter
                                                                                                         not in possession of a firearm while
                LICENSE/PERMIT                               RESIDENT NONRESIDENT                        hunting may carry a valid National
                Annual Hunting                                $12.50     $95.00                          Bowhunter Education Program course
                5-Day Hunting (not valid for turkey or deer)     *        27.50                          completion card instead of the hunter
                Annual Junior Hunting (under 16 years only)     6.25       6.25                          education course card.
                Annual Combination Hunting/Fishing             20.00        *                               Children under 10 years old may hunt
                Annual Senior/Disabled                                                                   without a hunter education card, but
                  Combination Hunting & Fishing                 5.00        *                            must be accompanied by an adult who
                Deer Permit                                    21.00      21.00                          shall be in position to take immediate
                Junior Deer Permit                             12.50      12.50                          control of the child’s bow or firearm
                Resident Landowner/Tenant Deer Permit          FREE         *                            at all times while the juvenile is hunt-
                Bonus Antlerless Deer Tag for Zone 1 only      10.00      10.00                          ing. One adult shall not accompany
                Bonus Archery Antlerless Deer Tag              10.00      10.00                          more than two children at one time.
                Bonus Quota Hunt Deer Tag                      10.00      10.00
                                                                                                            Youth drawn for quota hunts must
                Fall Archery Turkey Permit                     10.00      10.00
                                                                                                         to show a valid hunter education card
                Fall Gun Turkey Permit                         10.00      10.00
                Kentucky Waterfowl Permit                                                                when checking in for a hunt.
                  (see waterfowl guide)                         7.50       7.50                                               (301 KAR 2:185)
                Kentucky Waterfowl Stamp (collector’s only)     7.50       7.50
                Migratory Bird Permit (see Dove Guide)          4.00       4.00                                 DISABLED HUNTER
                Annual Trapping                                15.00     115.00                                     EXEMPTIONS
                Annual Landowner/Tenant Trapping                7.50        *                            Persons whose physical disabilities
                *Not available                                                                           make it impossible for them to hunt
                                                                                                         or fish by conventional methods may
                Annual licenses are valid through the last day of February. A five-day hunting license   apply to the department for a hunting
                is valid for the period shown on the license. (301 KAR 3:022)
                                                                                                         or fishing methods exemption.
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   The application must be accompa-          one another. Unless you are absolutely      all hunters to treat landowners and
nied by a signed physician’s statement,      sure where other members of your            their property with respect. If you want
which certifies that the exemption is        hunting party are, don’t shoot.             to view wildlife, do so at dusk or dawn
necessary for the applicant to hunt or                                                   and don’t disturb landowners by us-
fish. Forms are available from the de-               SHOOTING HOURS                      ing spotlights at night.
partment. Hunting methods exemp-             Shooting hours for species listed in this
tions do not grant the holder an ex-         guide, except raccoons, opossums and        • No person shall take a deer with the




                                                                                                                                    Hunting Info
emption from buying a license, per-          frogs, are from one-half hour before        aid of dogs; from any type of boat;




                                                                                                                                      General
mit or tag. Hunting methods exemp-           sunrise until one-half hour after sun-      while on horseback; or when the deer
tions do not grant the holder unlim-         set. Hunters may be in the field or         is swimming.        (301 KAR 2:172)
ited vehicular access. Vehicles may be       stands before and after shooting hours.
used only for a shooting platform --            Raccoons, opossums and frogs may         • No person shall take a turkey with
they cannot be used where vehicles are       be taken day or night, except during the    the aid of dogs; from any type boat;
normally prohibited. (301 KAR 3:027)         modern gun deer season when raccoon         or when the turkey is roosting. (A roost
                                             and opossum hunting is permitted only       is the tree where a turkey spends the
LANDOWNER PERMISSION                         at night. (KRS 150.010; 301 KAR 2:251)      night.)              (301 KAR 2:140)
A person shall not enter upon the lands
of another to shoot, hunt, trap or fish,                PROHIBITED                               CALLING DEVICES
or for other wildlife-related recre-               HUNTING METHODS                       Mechanical and electronic calls may be
ational purposes, without the oral or        • No person shall discharge any fire-       used to take groundhogs, coyotes, wild
written permission of the landowner,         arm, bow and arrow, crossbow or other       hogs, English sparrows and starlings
tenant or person who has authority to        similar device from, over or across any     during daylight hours. Mechanical and
grant permission. Those who fail to          public roadway.        (KRS 150.360)        electronic calls may be used to take
obtain permission are subject to arrest                                                  crows only during crow season. Hand-
and prosecution. Railroad tracks and         • No person shall take or attempt to        or mouth-operated calls may be used
rights-of-way are privately owned            take wildlife from an automobile, or        on all species. (301 KAR 2:251, 3:030)
property and permission must be ob-          other vehicle, unless prescribed by
tained prior to entry. (KRS 150.092)         regulation. Boats may be used except                   TREE STANDS
Landowners and farmers are very impor-       as prohibited by state or federal regu-     On private lands, tree stands may be
tant to wildlife and hunters. Please treat   lation.                (KRS 150.360)        used with the landowner’s consent.
them and their property with respect.                                                       On public lands, including
                                             • No person shall take wildlife with the    Westvaco Public Hunting Areas,
         HUNTER ORANGE                       aid of fire, smoke, explosives or gas.      Daniel Boone National Forest,
  CLOTHING REQUIREMENTS                                             (KRS 150.365)        Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge,
All hunters, and persons accompany-                                                      Clarks River National Wildlife Ref-
ing them, hunting during a period and        • No person may deliberately cast the       uge, Ohio River Islands National
in a location where firearms are per-        rays of a spotlight or other artificial     Wildlife Refuge, Land Between the
mitted for deer hunting, must wear           light, with the intent to poach, into any   Lakes, Big South Fork National River
solid, unbroken hunter orange color          field, pasture, woodlands or forest,        and Recreation Area, Fort Knox, Fort
visible from all sides on the head, back     whether public or private, where wild-      Campbell and Bluegrass Army Depot
and chest. Hunter orange garments            life or domestic livestock may reason-      and all state-owned or -operated wild-
must be worn as the outer coverings.         ably be expected to be located. This        life management areas, the use of
Camouflage-patterned hunter orange           does not apply to the rays of headlights    nails, spikes, screws, wire, tree climb-
garments do not meet these requirements.     of vehicles engaged in a normal course      ers or any device that injures trees is
   Garments can be of mesh type ma-          of travel, to those engaged in legiti-      not permitted. Portable stands and tree
terial, as long as openings in the mesh      mate agricultural activities or to any-     climbers which do not injure trees may
weave are no larger than ¼-inch by any       one involved in activities legitimate to    be used, but must be marked with the
measurement. Garments may display            his business, occupation or circum-         owner’s name and address. Portable
a small portion of another color.            stances including lawful hunting ac-        stands and tree climbers may be placed
   These hunter orange requirements          tivities, or any landowner, his imme-       in trees no earlier than two weeks be-
do not apply to persons hunting wa-          diate family or any paid employee           fore the opening of the season and
terfowl or those hunting at night.           while working on his land at that time.     must be removed within one week af-
                      (301 KAR 2:172)                                 (KRS 150.395)      ter the season closes. Existing perma-
It is also strongly recommended that         Spotlighting is one of the most com-        nent tree stands may not be used.
while hunting with a group, hunters          mon reasons private land is being                                 (301 KAR 2:178)
maintain direct communication with           closed to hunting. The KDFWR urges                            Continued on page 7
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                                                          ELK RESTORATION
                 Elk have been reintroduced to Kentucky, and they are protected by law. Always be sure of your target AND beyond.
                 Currently, there is no open hunting season on elk. The penalty for illegally taking an elk is a fine of up to $5,000,
                 replacement costs for the elk, imprisonment and loss of hunting privileges for up to three years.

                                          ELK CALF                                 WHITETAIL DOE
                                                        Tails:           Tails: long tail with
                                                       short tail         white underside
Identification




                                                                                                                                Coloring: white
                                                                                                                                  throat patch;
     Elk




                       Coloring:                                                                                                legs same color
                       black legs                                                                                                    as body
                     and black neck




                                                            DEER FAWNS vs. ELK CALVES
                 1. Deer often give birth to twins. Elk usually give birth to a single calf.
                 2. At birth, a whitetail deer fawn usually weights seven to eight pounds. An elk calf can weigh up to 45 pounds.
                 3. Both whitetail fawns and elk calves are spotted for the first few months of life, and are born in May and June.
                 4. Don’t always depend on size to differentiate between deer and elk. A five- to six-month-old elk calf is about the
                          same size as an adult whitetail doe.
                                                                                                                  DEER
                                                              Antlers: curve forward                                         Tails: long tail with
                                                                                                                              white underside

                                                                              Coloring: white
                                                                               throat patch
                                   ELK
                          Antlers: sweep back
                                                                                                 Size: 3-31/2
                                                                                                  feet at the
                   Rump: tan            Coloring:                                                 shoulders
                   rump patch         black legs and
                                        black neck
                                                                                                                Coloring: legs same color as body
                  Tails:
                 short tail
                                                                                                          Elk Restoration Zone
                                                                                                           (shaded 14-county area)




                                                          Size: 4-5 feet at
                                                           the shoulders




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          POSSESSION OF                      During a firearm deer season in             Dogs may not be used to chase or
     PROTECTED WILDLIFE                    counties open to deer hunting, only         molest deer or turkeys, or used in deer
Possession of protected wildlife except    legal deer hunters (those with an un-       or turkey hunting. Except during the
during an open season is illegal with-     used deer tag) may take coyotes, wild       season, raccoon and opossum hunters
out a permit. A person must not hold       hogs, groundhogs, English sparrows          must not carry firearms, tree climbers,
wildlife in captivity that was not le-     and starlings.                              squealers or devices capable of kill-
gally taken or possessed. For informa-       All birds of prey, songbirds, river ot-   ing, injuring or forcing raccoons or
tion call 1-800-858-1549.                  ters, spotted skunks and threatened or      opossums from trees or dens. Squeal-
                                           endangered species are strictly pro-        ers may be used during permitted
      YEAR-ROUND SEASON                    tected by state and federal laws. (KRS      field trials only.     (KRS 150.370)
Except during an open season for that      150.370; 301 KAR 3:030, 3:061)
species, no wildlife can be hunted,                                                        FIRE HAZARD SEASONS
taken, molested or possessed. All spe-                                                 October 1 - December 15 and Febru-
cies of mice, moles, rats, shrews,                  DOG TRAINING                       ary 15 - April 30 are fire hazard sea-
snakes (except the copperbelly water       Hunters may pursue small game and           sons in Kentucky. During these peri-
snake), lizards and terrestrial inverte-   furbearers with dogs year-round as          ods, it is illegal to start any fires within
brates (except threatened or endan-        long as game is taken only during an        150 feet of any woodland or brushland
gered species) may be taken                open hunting season, except on              except between the hours of 6:00 p.m.




                                                                                                                                      Hunting
                                                                                                                                       Deer
year-round without a hunting license.      WMAs. All members of the party              and 6:00 a.m., prevailing local time.
  Persons hunting coyotes, ground-         must have a valid hunting license.          Willful, malicious or wanton setting
hogs, wild hogs (see WILD HOG HUNT-          Unleashed dogs are not permitted          of forest fires at any time is a felony
ING for details), English sparrows or      on wildlife management areas dur-           punishable by fines from $1,000 to
starlings must have a hunting license      ing part of the year (see WILDLIFE          $10,000 and imprisonment of up to
and may take these species year-round.     MANAGEMENT AREAS for details).              five years.                (KRS 149.400)




                                WHITE-TAILED DEER HUNTING
Each Kentucky county open for deer         Muzzle-loading shotguns no larger           DEER PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
hunting is assigned a particular zone      than 10 gauge are permitted and must        All deer hunters, except 1) resident
number, 1 through 6. Each zone has a       be used with slugs only.                    landowners, tenants and their depen-
special set of guidelines that must be       Longbows, recurve and compound            dents hunting on their own property;
followed. County zones are shown on        bows may not have devices which hold        and 2) hunters holding a senior/dis-
page 9. Hunting guidelines are listed      an arrow at full or partial draw with-      abled combination hunting and fish-
with each deer season section.             out aid from the archer. Crossbows          ing license, must purchase a Ken-
                                           must have a working safety device.          tucky deer permit ($21) and carry it
LEGAL HUNTING EQUIPMENT                    Arrows and bolts (crossbow arrows)          while hunting.
Any centerfire rifle or centerfire hand-   must be fitted with broadhead points           Resident landowners, tenants and
gun may be used. Tracer-bullet and         at least 7/8-inch wide. Arrows must not     their dependents hunting on their
full-metal jacketed ammunition may         be fitted with barbed broadheads.           own property must obtain a free resi-
not be used. Fully automatic firearms      Chemically treated arrows or                dent landowner/tenant deer tag and
capable of firing more than one round      broadheads, or attachments (pods)           carry it while hunting. The resident
with one trigger pull may not be used.     containing chemicals, may not be used       landowner/tenant permit is available
Shotguns can be no larger than 10 gauge    or possessed. (301 KAR 2:172)               from any local hunting/fishing license
and must be used with slugs only.                                                      vendor and includes two state deer tags
  Buckshot or any other shotshell          SPECIAL NOTE: Muzzle-loading                (one ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag
may not be used to hunt deer.              firearms which can be fired more than       and one ANTLERLESS tag) in addi-
Semi-automatic and pump action rifles      once before reloading are permitted,        tion to two bonus tags (see next page)
or shotguns able to hold more than a       as long as the firearm meets the other      per person.
total of 11 rounds (10 in magazine and     requirements as described. Using tele-         Senior/Disabled hunters must
one in chamber) may not be used.           scopic sights (scopes) on muzzleloaders     make their own deer tags by writing
                                           is permitted.                               their name and address on cards cor-

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          responding to the number of deer they        A resident landowner, tenant and             remove the head from any harvested
          are allowed to take during the appro-        his/her dependent(s) must have in            deer until the carcass has been offi-
          priate season.                               his/her possession a free landowner/         cially checked.
                                                       tenant deer permit while hunting. Im-          Deer taken in Kentucky must be
          Bonus deer tags                              mediately after taking a deer, a land-       checked before being transported out-
          • Holders of a statewide deer permit         owner or tenant must cut and remove          side state boundaries. Proof of legal
          may purchase one bonus antlerless            the numbers on the appropriate tag           harvest is also required for any deer or
          Zone 1 deer tag ($10). This tag al-          portion of the permit to indicate the        parts of deer transported into Kentucky.
          lows the holder to take one additional       day and month the deer was taken. See          Many of the businesses that served
          antlerless deer in Zone 1 counties only.     tagging NOTE below.                          as check stations are now telecheck
          • Holders of a statewide deer permit                                                      stations. They offer use of their tele-
          may purchase one bonus antlerless            A senior/disabled combination li-            phones for hunters to make the toll-
          archery deer tag ($10). This tag al-         cense-holder must:                           free call. Telecheck stations are listed
          lows the holder to take one additional       a. before hunting, write his/her name        by county in the back of this guide.
          antlerless deer by archery only in           and address on cards corresponding to
          counties where antlerless deer may be        the number of deer he/she is allowed to
          taken (i.e., Zones 1 through 5).             take during the appropriate season; and
            Hunters using any bonus deer tag           b. immediately after taking a deer,          YOUTH DEER HUNTING
Hunting
 Deer




          must carry the top portion of their state    write on the card the date the deer was
          deer permit with them while hunting.         taken. See tagging NOTE below.                     JUNIOR DEER HUNTER
                                                                                                             REQUIREMENTS
                DEER SEASON LIMIT                      NOTE: All hunters must attach the            All persons under age 16 who hunt
          The season limit is four deer per            tag portion of the permit to the carcass:    deer with a firearm must be accompa-
          hunter per license year, only one of         a. while transporting the carcass by         nied by an adult who shall be in a po-
          which may be an antlered deer, pro-             vehicle, or                               sition and able to take immediate con-
          vided that the hunter has purchased ap-      b. whenever the carcass is not in the        trol of the junior hunter’s firearm at
          propriate bonus deer permits. Deer              hunter’s presence.                        all times while hunting. Adults accom-
          taken with a bonus quota deer hunt tag                                                    panying junior hunters are not required
          on WMA quota hunts or on some fed-                  DEER CHECKING                         to possess a hunting license or deer
          eral area hunts do not count against                REQUIREMENTS                          permit if the adult is not hunting. Also
          this limit. (See QUOTA HUNT IN-              All deer taken in Kentucky must be           see HUNTER EDUCATION RE-
          FORMATION for details.)                      reported to the Kentucky Department          QUIREMENTS. (301 KAR 2:172)
            The ANTLERLESS TAG included                of Fish and Wildlife Resources through
          with the statewide deer permit may only      the Telecheck Harvest Reporting Sys-              YOUTH QUOTA HUNTS
          be used for antlerless deer. When zone       tem. Deer must be checked no later than      See QUOTA HUNT INFORMATION
          regulations permit, hunters may take the     9 a.m. the day after the deer was taken.     for details.
          season limit during a one-day period.           Check a deer by calling toll-free
          Hunters using deer control tags may take     1-877-CHKGAME (1-877-245-                     DEER PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
          a maximum of four antlerless deer in         4263) and providing the information          A junior hunter (under age 16) may
          addition to the four-deer statewide limit.   requested by the automated check-in          purchase a maximum of two 1-tag
            The BONUS ANTLERLESS AR-                   system. (Refer to p. 40 for county code      junior deer permits ($12.50 each) or
          CHERY TAG may only be used in                list.) Write down the confirmation           one 2-tag deer permit ($21) per li-
          Zones 1-5 where antlerless deer may          number given by the system on the            cense year.
          be taken. The BONUS ANTLERLESS               appropriate carcass tag portion of your        The 1-tag junior deer permit may
          ZONE 1 TAG may only be used in               deer permit. You must keep the tele-         serve as either the ANTLERED/
          Zone 1.                                      check confirmation number with the           ANTLERLESS deer or ANTLERLESS
                                                       deer until the deer is processed. DO         deer tag but must be used appropri-
                  DEER TAGGING                         NOT LOSE THIS NUMBER. It’s                   ately based on deer zone and tag-
                  REQUIREMENTS                         suggested that you copy this number on       ging requirements.
          Immediately after taking a deer, a           a piece of paper and keep in a safe place,     Junior deer hunters must abide by
          hunter must cut and remove the num-          for example, in your wallet or billfold.     the statewide one-buck limit, as part
          bers on the appropriate tag portion of          If you plan to mount any part of the      of the two-deer limit. Hunters not eli-
          the permit to indicate the day and           deer, you must attach your valid             gible to purchase a junior hunting license
          month the deer was taken. See follow-        telecheck confirmation number to the         must purchase a two-tag deer permit.
          ing NOTE about tagging.                      portion to be mounted. You must NOT
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                                                                         1999-2000 DEER HUNTING ZONES
                                                                                (Counties in red have changed zones from last season.)

                                                         Note: Tag usage for zones 4, 5 & 6 has changed due to a revision in zone descriptions.



    Zone 1: Allen, Anderson, Ballard, Boone, Butler, Caldwell, Calloway,                                                        Zone 4: Clark, Fayette, Garrard, Jackson, Johnson, Laurel, Lincoln, Madison,
            Campbell, Carlisle, Carroll, Christian, Crittenden, Franklin, Fulton,                                                       Martin, Montgomery, Nicholas, Pulaski, Wayne, Whitley and Wolfe
            Gallatin, Graves, Grayson, Hancock, Hardin, Henry, Hickman,
            Hopkins, Jefferson, Kenton, Livingston, Logan, Lyon, Marshall,                                                      Zone 5: Bell, Bourbon, Breathitt, Clay, Estill, Floyd, Harlan, Knott, Knox,
            McCracken, McLean, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Oldham, Owen, Shelby,                                                                  Lee, Magoffin, Owsley, Powell and Rockcastle
            Spencer, Todd, Trigg, Trimble, Washington, Webster and Woodford
                                                                                                                                Zone 6: Leslie, Letcher, McCreary, Perry and Pike
    Zone 2: Adair, Barren, Boyd, Breckinridge, Bullitt, Carter, Daviess, Elliott,
            Grant, Green, Greenup, Harrison, Henderson, Larue, Marion, Meade,
            Mercer, Monroe, Nelson, Pendleton, Robertson, Scott, Simpson, Tay-




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                                                                                                                                                                 Hunting
                                                                                                                                                                  Deer
          Under each of the following headings is information regarding hunting dates, when antlerless deer may be taken and
          how to use the ANTLERLESS and ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS deer tags correctly for each zone during each of the
          deer seasons. Remember that zone and tag-use information given for the archery and crossbow season is different
          from the zone and tag-use information given for the modern gun season, muzzleloader season and youth hunt
          weekend. Make sure to read the section that pertains to the dates you plan to hunt. County zone numbers and tag
          restrictions may change each year.

                                                  MODERN GUN DEER SEASON
                                                                      MODERN GUN ZONES and TAG USE
          Zones 1-5: ten consecutive days,
           beginning the second Saturday in Zone 1              ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag               Nov. 13-22, for any deer
           November (Nov. 13-22, 1999)                          ANTLERLESS tag                        Nov. 13-22 for antlerless deer only
          Zone 6: five consecutive days,
           beginning the second Saturday in Zone 2              ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag               Nov. 13-17 for any deer
           November (Nov. 13-17, 1999)                                                                Nov. 18-22, for antlered deer only
                                                                ANTLERLESS tag                        Nov. 13-17, for antlerless deer only
          When the modern gun deer season is                                                          DO NOT USE Nov. 18-22
Hunting
 Deer




          open, any legal modern firearm,
          muzzle-loading firearm, archery or      Zone 3        ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag               November 13-14 for any deer
          crossbow equipment may be used to                                                           Nov. 15-22, for antlered deer only
          hunt deer. However, all persons hunt-                 ANTLERLESS tag                        Nov. 13-14, for antlerless deer only
          ing deer during the modern gun deer                                                         DO NOT USE Nov. 15-22
          season must abide by the zone and
          tag uses shown at right.                Zones 4-5     ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag               Nov. 13-22, for antlered deer only
            Wearing hunter orange is required                   ANTLERLESS tag                        DO NOT USE in these zones
          for anyone hunting any species, or
          accompanying a hunter, while this       Zone 6        ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag               Nov. 13-17, for antlered deer only
          season is open. See HUNTER EDU-                       ANTLERLESS tag                        DO NOT USE in this zone
          CATION REQUIREMENTS and
          HUNTER ORANGE CLOTHING RE-              Note: Tag usage for zones 4, 5 & 6 has changed due to a revision in zone descriptions.
          QUIREMENTS for complete details.

          The modern gun deer season is open only November 13-17 (five days) in Zone 6. Archery season requirements resume
          in Zone 6 on Nov. 18. Crossbows may be used only during crossbow, modern gun and muzzleloader seasons.



                                      ARCHERY and CROSSBOW DEER SEASONS
          Archery Season Dates:
           the third Saturday in September                               ARCHERY ZONES and TAG USE
           (Sept. 18, 1999) - January 17, 2000
          Crossbow Season Dates:               Zones 1-5         ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag                  for any deer
           ten consecutive days beginning the                    ANTLERLESS tag                           for antlerless deer only
           fourth Tuesday in November
           (Nov. 23 - Dec. 2, 1999)            Zone 6            ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag                  for antlered deer only
                                                                 ANTLERLESS tag                           DO NOT USE
          Note: During portions of the season                                                             IN THIS ZONE
          when only archery or crossbow
          equipment can be used, deer hunters Note: Tag usage for zone 6 has changed due to a revision in zone descriptions.
          must not carry firearms.

          Legal archery and crossbow equipment may also be used during the modern gun and muzzleloader deer seasons, as
          long as hunters follow the zone, tagging and hunter orange restrictions for these two firearms seasons.

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                                          MUZZLELOADER DEER SEASONS
Early Muzzleloader Season Dates:                                 MUZZLE-LOADING ZONES and TAG USE
  two consecutive days beginning the
 fourth Saturday in October (Oct. 23-            Zones 1-4      ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag                     for any deer
 24, 1999)                                                      ANTLERLESS tag                              for antlerless deer only
Late Muzzleloader Season Dates:
 seven days beginning the second                 Zone 5-6       ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag                     for antlered deer only
 Saturday in December (Dec. 11-17,                              ANTLERLESS tag                              DO NOT USE
 1999)                                                                                                      IN THESE ZONES

Note: Hunters using muzzleloaders                Note: Tag usage for zone 5 has changed due to a revision in zone descriptions.
during the modern gun season MUST
FOLLOW ALL MODERN GUN                            Hunter Orange Clothing and Hunter Education Card Requirements apply to
SEASON REGULATIONS includ-                       persons participating in this season. Please read those sections.
ing zone and tag use. Hunters must not
possess modern firearms while deer
hunting during muzzleloader seasons.




                                                                                                                                           Hunting
                                                                                                                                            Deer
                                             ZONE 1 FIREARM DEER SEASON

two consecutive days beginning the                                  ZONE 1 FIREARM SEASON TAG USE
  third Saturday in December
  (Dec. 18-19, 1999)                             Zone 1         ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag                     for antlerless deer only
                                                                ANTLERLESS tag                              for antlerless deer only
In Zone 1 counties only, hunters may
use firearms to take one antlerless deer         Zones 2-6      Season closed in these zones
during this special season. Hunters may
use either their statewide antlered/antlerless   If a hunter has already used both these tags, he/she cannot participate in this season.
or antlerless tag OR Zone 1 bonus                Archery hunters may take either antlerless or antlered deer during this season,
antlerless-only tag for this season.             depending on which tag(s) they have remaining.

                                                 Hunter Orange Clothing and Hunter Education Card Requirements apply to
                                                 persons participating in this season. Please read those sections.


                                                 YOUTH HUNT WEEKEND
two consecutive days beginning the
  third Saturday in October                                  YOUTH HUNT WEEKEND ZONES and TAG USE
  (Oct. 16-17, 1999)
                                                 Zones 1-4      ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag                     for any deer
Persons under the age of 16 may use                             ANTLERLESS tag                              for antlerless deer only
firearms or archery equipment (note
definition) for deer hunting during the          Zones 5-6      ANTLERED/ANTLERLESS tag               for antlered deer only
Youth Hunt Weekend. Junior hunters                              ANTLERLESS tag                        DO NOT USE
may take either sex deer in Zones 1-4                                                                 IN THESE ZONES
and antlered deer only in Zones 5-6.             Note: Tag usage for zone 5 has changed due to a revision in zone descriptions.

Persons eligible to hunt during this season:                                                  Adults accompanying junior hunters
a. Must comply with the hunter education and hunter orange clothing require-                  during this season:
  ments; and                                                                                  a. Must NOT carry firearms; and
b. Must be accompanied by an adult who shall be in a position and able to take                b. Must comply with the hunter orange
  immediate control of the junior hunter’s firearm at all times while hunting.                   clothing requirements.

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                               QUOTA DEER HUNT INFORMATION
        Quota hunts are applied for by TELEPHONE by call-                       mation number. Make sure you write down this num-
        ing toll-free 1-877-86U-HUNT. There are no paper appli-                 ber. DO NOT LOSE THIS NUMBER — you will need
        cations for quota hunts. Applications will be accepted                  it to find out whether you were selected to hunt. The
        during the month of August. A person may not apply                      Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources cannot re-
        more than once.                                                         place or look up your number if you lose it.

                 APPLYING FOR QUOTA HUNTS                                       Confirmation#:________________________________
        Those applying for quota hunts may list first and second
        hunt choices. Each hunter that applies correctly, but isn’t           3.YOUR CONFIRMATION NUMBER MUST BE
        selected, will receive a preference point that will increase            WRITTEN ON YOUR CHECK or MONEY ORDER
        the odds of being drawn next year.                                      if paying the application fee(s) in this manner. Mail
                                                                                the payment to the address given during the telephone
        BEFORE calling to apply,                                                application process. If the confirmation number is not
        1.Review the list of Hunt Choices (pp. 14-15) and note the              included with the check, applicant(s) will be removed
          identification numbers and names of your first and sec-               from the drawing. The handling fee will not be refunded.
          ond hunt choices.
                                                                              4.If you have any problems with the telephone application
        2.Have a pencil or pen and paper ready.                                 process, call 1-800-858-1549 or (502)564-4336.

        3.Have the following information available:                           TO FIND OUT IF YOU WERE DRAWN, call 1-877-
          a. Social Security number for each member of hunting                86U-HUNT (1-877-868-4868) Sept. 16 – Oct. 15 and pro-
             party (the maximum group size is five hunters)                   vide either your confirmation number or Social Security
Quota
Hunts




                                                                              number. Do not lose your confirmation number.
            Hunter #1___________________________________
                                                                                            General Information
            Hunter #2___________________________________                      Any legal deer hunting equipment is permitted for quota
                                                                              hunts — hunter’s choice — unless otherwise stated under
            Hunter #3___________________________________                      the area listing. All quota hunters must comply with the
                                                                              hunter orange clothing requirements.
            Hunter #4___________________________________                         All quota hunters must check in at the beginning and out
                                                                              at the completion of each hunt, unless otherwise noted in
            Hunter #5___________________________________                      the Special Instructions on pp. 13-17 and the WMA sec-
                                                                              tion of this guide.
          b. Hunt Choices (see pp.14-15)                                         Check-in and check-out times for WMA quota hunts (all
                                                                              times are local): Day before hunt: Noon – 8 p.m.
            First:______________________________________                                           Hunt days: 4:30 a.m. – 8 p.m.
                                                                              If check-out is required and a hunter fails to do so, he/she
            Second:____________________________________                       will be disqualified from quota hunts for next year.
                                                                                 Youths that will not have reached their 16th birthday by
          c. Method by which you will be paying the $3 applica-               the hunt date may apply for a Youth Quota Hunt or a regu-
             tion fee for each member of your party — money or-               lar quota hunt. An adult accompanying a youth on a Youth
             der, personal check, Visa or MasterCard. If paying by            Quota Hunt does not apply for that hunt, only the child is
             Visa or MasterCard, have credit card ready.                      to apply. Youth hunters (age 15 and under) may choose
                                                                              both a first choice and second choice quota hunt. Like adults,
        TO APPLY,                                                             youth hunters may be drawn for only one quota hunt.
        1.From a touch-tone telephone, call 1-877-86U-HUNT                       All youth hunters must show their hunter education card
          (1-877-868-4868). This is a toll-free call. This line will          when checking in for the hunt. Call 1-800-858-1549 or
          only be activated August 1-31 — calls will not be an-               (502)564-4336 for a schedule of classes.
          swered before or after the application period.
        2.Provide information requested by the automated appli-               Tagging deer taken in quota hunts
          cation system. It should take no longer than five minutes           To tag a deer harvested during a quota hunt, a hunter may
          to apply. At the end of the call you will be given a confir-        use either a(n):

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a. appropriate tag from the Kentucky deer permit;                    4. If you would like a map of the area before checking in
b. Bonus WMA Quota Hunt Tag;                                            to hunt, call 1-800-858-1549 or (502) 564-4336 to re-
c. Bonus Zone 1 Antlerless deer tag (if applicable); or                 quest it. Check station locations are shown on these maps.
d.Bonus Archery Antlerless deer tag (if applicable).                    Hunt maps will also be available at the areas when hunt-
Bonus tags are available for $10 each where hunting li-                 ers check in for quota hunts. Special instructions
censes and permits are sold. A bonus tag must be purchased              for these hunts appear on pp. 15-17.
in advance from any hunting/fishing license vendor – tags
are not available at WMAs. Landowner/tenant deer tags                5. Youths taking part in youth quota hunts must not have
may not be used on quota hunts.                                         reached their 16th birthday by the date of the hunt, and
   During all quota hunts, only persons drawn for the quota             must present their Hunter Education card at check-in.
hunt will be allowed to enter a WMA, except to use estab-               An adult shall not accompany more than two youth hunt-
lished public roads or areas designated open by signs. Wa-              ers at one time.
terfowl hunting may be posted open on some areas.
   Owners of private inholdings (private property com-               6. Any legal deer hunting method may be used during these
pletely surrounded by WMA lands) or their guests may                    hunts, and all laws that govern the regular statewide mod-
travel within the owner’s lands, but may not enter the WMA              ern gun deer hunting season will be in effect.
except as described above.
   Owners of private inholdings or their guests may hunt             7. Scouting and set-up of portable tree stands is permitted
on the owner’s lands during scheduled quota hunts with-                 prior to hunts any time these areas are open, except on
out following the standard application procedure, but must              West Kentucky National Guard Training Unit, where
follow all other quota hunt rules. Private inholdings are               pre-hunt scouting is not allowed. Portable tree stands
open only during the hunts and under the regulations for                and climbing devices that do not injure trees may be
the WMA in which they lie.                                              used. On state park lands, firearms or bows may not be
   Those drawn for the Peabody Hunt or West Kentucky                    carried afield while scouting or setting up tree stands.




                                                                                                                                      Quota
                                                                                                                                      Hunts
National Guard Training Unit Hunt must obtain an area
user permit ($10) and sign a waiver form before hunting.             8. Vehicles are only permitted on maintained roads. Parked
User permits and waiver forms are available wherever Ken-               vehicles must not block access through gates and must
tucky hunting and fishing licenses are sold.                            not interfere with normal traffic. Access beyond closed
   The KDFWR handles the application and random draw-                   gates is by foot travel only. Vehicles of any kind (includ-
ing selection only for the WMAs it owns or operates. Draw-              ing motorcycles and bicycles) are permitted only on
ings for quota hunts on areas not owned or operated by the              maintained roads. Vehicles used on public roads must
department are conducted by the governing agencies of                   be street-legal.
those lands. To apply for hunts on these areas, contact them
directly as noted on page 39.                                        9. Hunters are required to get permission from private land
                                                                        owners before crossing their property to access any of
       Instructions for Quota Hunts                                     these quota hunt areas, or to retrieve downed deer. Ob-
1. At check-in, hunters must show a valid Kentucky hunt-                tain and study a hunt map carefully to familiarize your-
   ing license (except those on military furlough-- see p. 4)           self with areas open to hunting. Respect the property
   and a valid Kentucky deer permit, or the signature/re-               rights of adjacent landowners and do not trespass.
   ceipt portion of the permit and an appropriate, valid bo-
   nus deer tag. Senior/Disabled combination license-hold-
   ers must show combination license and hand-printed deer             The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife
   tags. A youth quota hunter may use a junior deer permit,            Resources does not discriminate on the basis of race,
   but must follow tagging requirements of the hunt for which          color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in
   he or she was drawn. Refer to Hunting License and Permit            employment or the provision of services and provides,
   Requirements and Deer Permit Requirements for details.              upon request, reasonable accommodation including
                                                                       auxiliary aids and services necessary to afford
2. Hunters must also present proof of identification that              individuals with disabilities an equal opportunity to
   they provided when applying for the hunt. (Personal iden-           participate in all programs and activities.
   tification that includes your Social Security number is
   the best evidence.)                                                 If you feel you have been discriminated against by this
                                                                       department, contact the Kentucky Department of Fish
3. Only the person(s) successfully drawn for quota hunts               and Wildlife Resources Commissioner’s Office, #1
   may hunt — SUBSTITUTIONS ARE NOT ALLOWED.                           Game Farm Road, Frankfort, KY 40601.


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                                                           Hunt Choices
        Choose the numbers for your application corresponding to the hunts from the list below:

        Choice   Area                  Sex of Deer       Date                      1998 Season                  Remarks
                                                                         # of Openings    # That Applied
         #1      Beaver Creek          Buck only         Nov. 6-7             450             399
         #2      Ballard Youth         By permit*        Oct. 23-24           208             552
         #3      Ballard               By permit*        Nov. 6-7             208            2,301
         #4      Dale Hollow Lake      Either sex        Jan. 4-5             100             195
                 State Park
         #5      Dewey Lake            By permit*        Dec. 4-5             250             349
         #6      Grayson Youth 1       Either sex        Nov. 6-7             250             315
         #7      Grayson Youth 2**     Either sex        Dec. 4-5             350             380
         #8      Greenbo Lake          Either sex        Jan. 4-5             100             670
                 State Park
         #9      Higginson-Henry       By permit*        Dec. 4-5             200             512
        #10      Kleber & Rich         Either sex        Dec. 4-5             200             286
        #11      Lake Barkley          Either sex        Jan. 4-5             100
                 State Park
        #12      Lake Cumberland       Either sex        Dec. 21-22           100             925          Bow only --
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                 State Park                                                                                no crossbows
        #13      Paintsville Lake      Either sex        Nov. 6-7             350             733
        #14      White City 1          Either sex        Nov. 13-17           106             237
        #15      White City 2          Either sex        Nov. 18-22           106             260
        #16      Pennyrile-Tradewater By permit*         Nov. 6-7             300             255
        #17      Taylorsville Lake 1   Either sex        Nov. 6-7             300           1,380
        #18      Taylorsville Lake 2   Either sex        Dec. 4-5             200             426
        #19      Taylorsville Lake     Antlerless only   Dec. 4-5              25              75          Open only to those who
                 State Park                                                                                are movement-disabled
        #20      West KY Youth         Either sex        Nov. 6-7             400             146          Shotgun and
                                                                                                           Muzzleloader only
        #21      West KY 1             Either sex        Nov. 20-21           300             405          Shotgun and
                                                                                                           Muzzleloader only
        #22      West KY 2             Either sex        Dec. 11-12           300             695          Shotgun and
                                                                                                           Muzzleloader only
        #23      Mill Creek            Buck only         Nov. 6-7             400             410
        #24      Yellowbank Youth      By permit*        Nov. 6-7             300
        #25      Zilpo-Twin Knobs      Either sex        Dec. 11               30              52          Open only to those who
                                                                                                           are movement-disabled
        #26      Green River           Buck only         Nov. 6-7             500           1,025
        #27      Obion Creek 1         As per Zone 1     Nov. 13-17            65             121
        #28      Obion Creek 2         As per Zone 1     Nov. 18-22            65             121
        #29      Peabody               Either sex        Nov. 13-17          1,500          2,074
        #30      Fishtrap Lake         Buck only         Nov. 20-21           250             456




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#31       West KY National
          Guard Training Unit       Either sex        Nov. 6-7                100               252          Shotgun only
#32       Clay                      Either sex        Nov. 6-7                  75              242
#33       Lloyd & Mullins 1         As per Zone 2     Nov. 13-17               26                38
#34       Lloyd & Mullins 2         As per Zone 2     Nov. 18-22               26                42
#35       KY River 1                As per Zone 1     Nov. 13-17               10                15
#36       KY River 2                As per Zone 1     Nov. 18-22               10                27
#37       Lapland 1                 As per Zone 2     Nov. 13-17              100               175
#38       Lapland 2                 As per Zone 2     Nov. 18-22              100               114
#39       Mud Camp                  As per Zone 3     Nov. 13-17               15                 4
          Creek 1
#40       Mud Camp                  As per Zone 3     Nov. 18-22                15                1
          Creek 2
#41       Tarter 1                  As per Zone 3     Nov. 13-17                30               38
#42       Tarter 2                  As per Zone 3     Nov. 18-22                30               34

* In these hunts, only the sex of deer indicated on your permit may be harvested. Ten to 20 percent of the permits allow taking
  antlered deer. Permits will be assigned via random drawing (among those selected to hunt) at time of check-in.
**A randomly-selected, limited number of those drawn for this hunt will be eligible to hunt portions of the nearby state park.


                                      Special Instructions for Quota Hunts




                                                                                                                                       Quota
                                                                                                                                       Hunts
BALLARD YOUTH (Oct. 23-24), BALLARD (Nov. 6-7),                       KENTUCKY RIVER (Nov. 13-17 and Nov. 18-22),
DEWEY LAKE (Dec. 4-5), HIGGINSON-HENRY (Dec.                          LAPLAND (Nov. 13-17 and Nov. 18-22), LLOYD &
4-5), PENNYRILE-TRADEWATER (Nov. 6-7) and                             MULLINS (Nov. 13-17 and Nov. 18-22), MUD CAMP
YELLOWBANK YOUTH (Nov. 6-7), WMA QUOTA                                CREEK (Nov. 13-17 and Nov. 18-22), OBION CREEK
DEER HUNTS                                                            (Nov. 13-17 and Nov. 18-22), PEABODY (Nov. 13-17),
                                                                      TARTER (Nov. 13-17 and Nov. 18-22) and WHITE CITY
1.Those participating in the Ballard, Higginson-Henry and             (Nov. 13-17 and Nov. 18-22) WMA QUOTA DEER HUNTS
  Pennyrile-Tradewater quota hunts are required to check
  in and out each day.                                                1.All hunters selected for the Peabody hunt, except those
    Hunters taking part in the Yellowbank Youth and Dewey               under age 16, must purchase a user permit ($10) and sign
  Lake quota hunts are required to check in before they                 a waiver form before hunting. Permits and waiver forms
  begin hunting, and check out either upon completion of                are available where Kentucky hunting licenses and deer
  their hunt or by end of the two-day hunt period (which-               permits are sold. A map of the Peabody area is included
  ever comes first).                                                    with the user permit. Hunting is allowed only on areas
                                                                        shown on this map.
2.The limit for these hunts is one deer per hunter. At check-
  in, hunters will take part in a random drawing to deter-            2.There is no check-in or -out for these hunts, but hunters
  mine whether they can take either sex deer or are limited             must check harvested deer by calling toll-free 1-877-
  to antlerless deer only. Hunters drawn for the Ballard                CHK-GAME (1-877-245-4263) from a touch-tone phone.
  and Higginson-Henry quota hunts will be assigned an                   For the convenience of those hunting on Peabody WMA,
  area in which to hunt. These tracts are marked on the                 information trailers and check stations will be set up at
  hunt maps for these two sites. After September 15, those              the following locations:
  selected for these hunts can find out about their tract as-           a. Vogue and River Queen tracts – at the intersection of
  signment by calling the KDFWR and providing their con-                   River Queen Haul Road and KY 175;
  firmation number to the receptionist. Tract assignments               b. Ken and Homestead tracts – at the intersection of KY
  and the sex of deer that may be harvested are final —                    369 and the H1 Road to Island Lake;
  substitutions are not allowed.                                        c. Gibraltar and Sinclair tracts – along KY 176 at the
                                                                           intersection of Goose Lake and S1 roads.
3. On Ballard WMA, scouting must be completed before                    Trailers will be staffed: Friday, Nov. 12, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m.;
  the waterfowl refuge closes at noon on October 15.                    Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 13-14, 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.;
                                                                        Wednesday, Nov. 17, 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. (All times are local.)

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        3.The limit for these hunts is one deer per hunter. Quota             CLAY (Nov. 6-7), GRAYSON LAKE YOUTH (Nov. 6-7
          deer hunting on Kentucky River, Obion Creek, Peabody                and Dec. 4-5), KLEBER & RICH (Dec. 4-5),
          and White City areas is under Zone 1 harvest regulations.           PAINTSVILLE LAKE (Nov. 6-7), TAYLORSVILLE
          Zone 2 regulations apply to Lloyd & Mullins and Lapland             LAKE (Nov. 6-7 and Dec. 4-5), WEST KENTUCKY
          hunts. Zone 3 regulations apply to Mud Camp Creek and               WMA YOUTH (Nov. 6-7), WEST KENTUCKY WMA
          Tarter hunts. Consult MODERN GUN DEER HUNTING                       (Nov. 20-21 and Dec. 11-12), WEST KENTUCKY NA-
          for a description of deer zone rules.                               TIONAL GUARD TRAINING UNIT (Nov. 6-7) and
                                                                              ZILPO-TWIN KNOBS CAMPGROUNDS (Dec. 11)
                                                                              QUOTA DEER HUNTS
        STATE PARK QUOTA DEER HUNTS at DALE HOL-
        LOW LAKE (Jan. 4-5), GRAYSON LAKE YOUTH                               1.Hunters participating in the Grayson Lake Youth and West
        (Dec. 4-5), GREENBO LAKE (Jan. 4-5), LAKE                               Kentucky National Guard Training Unit quota hunts must
        BARKLEY (Jan. 4-5), LAKE CUMBERLAND (Dec. 21-                           check in and out each day. Those taking part in the Clay,
        22) and TAYLORSVILLE LAKE (Dec. 4-5) STATE PARKS                        Kleber & Rich, Paintsville Lake, Taylorsville Lake, West
                                                                                Kentucky WMA Youth, West Kentucky WMA and Zilpo-
        1.Those participating in the Dale Hollow Lake, Grayson                  Twin Knobs Campgrounds quota hunts must check in
          Lake Youth, Greenbo Lake, Lake Barkley and Lake                       before they begin hunting and check out either upon
          Cumberland state park quota hunts are required to check               completion of their hunt, or by the end of the quota hunt
          in and out each day. Hunters taking part in the Taylorsville          period (whichever comes first).
          Lake State Park hunt must check in before they begin
          hunting and check out either upon completion of their               2.For the Grayson Lake Youth hunts, scouting is permitted
          hunt, or by the end of the quota hunt period (whichever               prior to the hunts -- access is by walk-in or boat. In addi-
          comes first).                                                         tion, designated scouting days for the Grayson Lake Youth
                                                                                hunts will also be held Saturday, Oct. 30; Friday, Nov. 5;
Quota
Hunts




        2.The limit for these hunts is 1 deer per hunter, and any               Saturday, Nov. 27; and Friday, Dec. 3. On these dates,
          deer is legal game on all but Taylorsville. Only antlerless           vehicle access will be permitted within the hunt area be-
          deer may be taken at Taylorsville Lake SP.                            tween 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. for youths (and their accompa-
                                                                                nying adults) drawn for the hunt. Department personnel
        3.The Taylorsville Lake SP hunt is limited to persons who               will be available at the check station 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. to
          are movement-disabled (at check-in, hunters must be able              answer questions and provide additional information.
          to provide verification of disability). Each hunter may
          be accompanied by one individual who may not hunt.                  3.On Taylorsville Lake WMA, the waterfowl refuge will be
                                                                                open only to quota deer hunters on the dates of the hunts.
        4.At Lake Cumberland SRP, hunters may only use bow                      All scouting in the refuge must be completed before Nov. 1.
          and arrow to take deer. No crossbows allowed. Those
          drawn for this hunt will be assigned an area in which to            4.Portions of Grayson Lake State Park will be open to se-
          hunt. These tracts are marked on the area’s hunt map.                 lected hunters drawn for the December Grayson Lake
          After September 15, those drawn for the hunt can find                 Youth Hunt. Eligibility to hunt this park will be determined
          out about their tract assignment by calling the KDFWR                 by random drawing among those chosen for the Decem-
          and providing their confirmation number. Tract assign-                ber Grayson Lake hunt. Hunters will be notified of drawing
          ments are final -- NO SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED.                          results before the designated scouting days for that hunt.

        5.To spread hunting pressure, and to make getting harvested           5.The Zilpo-Twin Knobs Campgrounds quota hunt is lim-
          deer out of the woods easier, hunters are encouraged to use           ited to persons that are movement-disabled (at check-in,
          boats to access more remote portions of these areas. State            they must be able to provide verification of disability).
          park boat ramps will be open for use during quota hunts.              Each hunter may be accompanied by one individual who
                                                                                may not hunt. Hunters will be assigned randomly to one
        6.Areas within these parks that are off limits to hunting               of the campgrounds. After September 15, hunters can
          (such as lodges, campgrounds, employees’ residences,                  find out about their assignment by calling the KDFWR
          maintenance compounds, ranger stations, water treatment               and providing their confirmation number. Assignments
          plants, picnic areas and marinas/boat ramps) are marked               are final — NO SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED. Hunter
          with signs and/or flagging tape. Hunters may not dis-                 stand locations will be assigned by random drawing at
          charge firearms within 100 feet of maintained roads.                  check-in. Hunters will be escorted to designated stand
                                                                                locations. Hunting can only be done from these locations
                                                                                unless otherwise informed by hunt personnel.
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6.Only that portion of the Grayson Lake area west of Route          10. Pre-hunt scouting is not allowed on the West Kentucky
  1496, and east of a line formed by Bruin Creek, the Bruin             National Guard Training Site.
  Creek Fork of Grayson Lake and Grayson Lake north of the
  Bruin Creek Fork is open for the Youth Quota Deer Hunts.
                                                                    BEAVER CREEK (Nov. 6-7), FISHTRAP LAKE (Nov.
7.Tracts 1-6 are the only portions of West Kentucky WMA             20-21), GREEN RIVER LAKE (Nov. 6-7) and MILL
  open for deer hunting during quota hunts on this site.            CREEK (Nov. 6-7) WMA QUOTA DEER HUNTS

8.The limit for these hunts is one deer per hunter. Hunters         1. Hunters participating in these quota hunts are required
  may take either sex deer.                                           to check in before they begin hunting and check out ei-
                                                                      ther upon completion of their hunt or by end of the quota
9.Shotguns and slug ammunition are the only hunting                   hunt period — whichever comes first.
  methods allowed on the West Kentucky National Guard
  Training Site. On all West Kentucky WMA quota hunts,              2. The limit for these hunts is one deer per hunter. Hunters
  either shotguns and slugs or muzzleloaders may be used.             may take only antlered deer.


                                       Kentucky’s Trophy Deer Program
Thanks to an effective quality deer man-    if it meant they could harvest fewer deer.   system may qualify for Kentucky’s tro-
agement program, Kentucky has larger        Biologists determined that the quality of    phy deer list. Only legal deer taken in
and older deer. During the 1992-94 re-      the deer herd would improve if more          Kentucky are eligible.
porting period, Kentucky entered more       deer lived longer. The genetically supe-       Hunters who think their deer may
deer in Boone & Crockett per square         rior bucks would naturally out-compete       qualify for the state trophy list, or those
mile than every state and Canadian prov-    their lesser fit companions.                 who would like to know Kentucky’s list-




                                                                                                                                         Quota
                                                                                                                                         Hunts
ince besides Illinois.                         In 1990 Kentucky restricted rifle hunt-   ings in the Pope & Young (bow) or
  Three things are required to produce      ers to one buck. The following year,         Boone & Crockett (bow or gun) clubs,
quality deer: good food, proper genet-      bowhunters received the same restriction.    should contact the KDFWR at 1-800-
ics and age. Although food and genet-       The two-deer limit remained in place.        858-1549.
ics are very important factors in produc-   Kentucky hunters may buy a two-tag deer
ing a quality deer herd, age is the most    permit — one tag is for either sex deer             Kentucky’s Top Bucks
important component since it takes a        and one is for antlerless deer only. This              Taken in 1997
buck three years to reach his prime.        gives hunters fewer excuses not to take
  For years, Kentucky trailed many          a doe. This tagging system means a                         Non-typical
states in deer management. Most of          hunter can take one buck and one doe         Rank        County Taken B&C Score
Kentucky’s deer stocking occurred in        or two does, but not two bucks.                1           Lewis       243-3/8
the 1960s and 70s. Some stocking even          Almost immediate results were seen.         2           Ohio        207/1/8
continued until the late 1990s.             The percentage of deer two and older           3           Christian   195-2/8
  In 1976, the first year for mandatory     rose to 35 percent in 1991 and 45 per-         4           Todd        192-0/8
check-in, Kentucky recorded 3,476 har-      cent in 1992. This was a big jump from
vested deer. Herd growth accelerated in     22 percent in previous years. Since 1990                     Typical
                                                                                         Rank        County Taken B&C Score
the 80s. A two-deer limit began in 1987.    the older age percent in the harvest has
                                                                                           1           Muhlenberg 183-7/8
By 1989 the quality of the deer herd left   stayed at about 40 percent. Yet, over
                                                                                           2           Crittenden  175-2/8
much to be desired. Lots of deer were       time, the percent of three-year-old deer
                                                                                           3           Pulaski     174-2/8
being harvested, but they were small        has climbed to nearly 13. When the three-      4           Webster     173-7/8
with small racks.                           year-old buck percentage was at five per-      5           Christian   173-0/8
  Hunters blamed malnutrition, over-        cent, only one in every 20 had a chance        6           Hopkins     170-4/8
population, disease or poor genetics, but   of making record book age. That has now        7           Hart        170-1/8
the real reason was lack of age. Ken-       changed to one in every eight bucks.           8           Boyle       168-1/8
tucky had many healthy deer with good          Kentucky now has about 10 deer each         9           Christian   167-6/8
genetics, but they were young. The num-     year that qualify for Boone and                10          Hart        165-4/8
ber of deer living long enough to reach     Crockett, with more being added to past
their prime was very small. Less than       years as they are discovered. New            This list includes all non-typicals and the
one-fourth of the bucks were two years      records are being recorded, only to be       top 10 typicals based on deer scored and
and older, and less than six percent were   broken the next year.                        reported to Kentucky’s deer program as of
three years old.                               Any deer that scores 155 or above in      June 1, 1998. It is possible other unreported
  A survey showed that a majority of        the Boone and Crockett scoring system        bucks may equal or exceed these scores.
deer hunters wanted quality deer even       or 125 and above in the Pope and Young

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                                                FALL TURKEY HUNTING
            FALL ARCHERY-ONLY                         GENERAL TURKEY HUNTING INFORMATION
                 (open in all counties)               The daily limit for turkey hunting is one bird per day.
            third Saturday in September               Turkeys may NOT be taken over a baited area or by aid of baiting.
          (Sept. 18, 1999) - December 31, ex-         Crossbows are not legal for turkey hunting.
          cept closed during a county’s mod-
          ern gun deer season                         TURKEY PERMIT REQUIREMENTS
                                                      All turkey hunters must carry a turkey permit while hunting.
          Bag limit: 2 turkeys, either sex              All turkey hunters, except 1) resident landowners, tenants and their depen-
                                                      dents hunting on their own property; and 2) hunters holding a senior/disabled
          LEGAL HUNTING EQUIPMENT                     combination hunting and fishing license, must purchase and carry with them
          During the fall archery-only turkey         while hunting the appropriate Kentucky turkey permit(s) — either the fall
          season, only longbows, recurve and          archery turkey permit ($10) or the fall gun turkey permit ($10). Any tags left
          compound bows which do not have de-         over from the spring turkey season are not valid for the fall seasons.
          vices to hold an arrow at full or partial     Landowners, tenants and their dependents and Senior/Disabled combi-
          draw without human aid may be used.         nation license-holders must make their own turkey tag(s) by writing their name
          Only barbless arrows with broadhead         and address on a card.
          points at least 7/8-inch wide are per-
          mitted. No chemically treated arrows        TURKEY TAGGING REQUIREMENTS
          or chemical “pods” are allowed.             A hunter required to have a Kentucky turkey permit must immediately
                                                      after taking a turkey, cut and remove the numbers on the appropriate turkey
                      FALL GUN                        permit to indicate the day and month the turkey was taken. The hunter must
          (open only in 42 counties listed below)     attach the tag portion of the permit to the carcass:
            five consecutive days beginning           a. while transporting the carcass by vehicle, or
          on the Wednesday closest to                 b. whenever the hunter is not in physical possession of the carcass.
          December 1 (Dec. 1-5, 1999)                    A resident landowner, tenant and his/her dependents must tag a turkey
                                                      removed from his/her property by writing on a card his/her name, address, the
Hunting




          Bag limit: 1 bird, either sex               date when and the county where the turkey was taken.
Turkey




            The fall gun turkey season is open           A Senior/Disabled combination license-holder must:
          only in the following counties:             a. before hunting, write his/her name and address on cards corresponding to the
          Adair, Anderson, Allen, Barren,                number of turkeys he/she is allowed to take during the appropriate season;
          Boone, Bracken, Bullitt, Butler,            b. immediately after taking a turkey, write on the card the date the turkey was taken.
          Caldwell, Carroll, Christian,
          Crittenden, Cumberland, Edmonson,           TURKEY CHECKING REQUIREMENTS
          Franklin, Gallatin, Grant, Grayson,         All turkeys taken in Kentucky must be reported to the Kentucky Department
          Green, Hardin, Harrison, Hart, Henry,       of Fish and Wildlife Resources through the Telecheck Harvest Reporting Sys-
          Hopkins, Larue, Logan, Marion, Ma-          tem. Check a turkey by calling toll-free 1-877-CHKGAME (1-877-245-4263):
          son, Metcalfe, Muhlenberg, Nelson,          a. during the fall gun season, on the day the bird is taken, except as specified on
          Ohio, Owen, Pendleton, Robertson,              certain wildlife management areas;
          Shelby, Spencer, Taylor, Todd,              b. during the fall archery season, by 9 a.m. the day after the bird is taken.
          Trimble, Warren and Washington.             Turkeys must be checked before being transported out of Kentucky.

          LEGAL HUNTING EQUIPMENT                     To use the telecheck system, dial 1-877-CHKGAME (1-877-245-4263) and
          During the fall gun turkey season,          provide the information requested by the automated check-in system. Write
          shotguns no larger than 10 gauge or         down the confirmation number given by the system on the appropriate car-
          no smaller than 20 gauge may be used        cass tag portion of your turkey permit. You must keep the telecheck confir-
          or possessed. (Special firearms require-    mation number in your possession until the turkey is processed. DO NOT
          ments may apply to some WMAs.) Only         LOSE THIS NUMBER. It’s suggested that you copy this number on a piece of
          Number 4 shot or smaller is permit-         paper and keep in a safe place, for example, in your wallet or billfold.
          ted. Hunters may not possess shot
          larger than Number 4 or slugs while         Many of the businesses that served as check stations are now telecheck sta-
          turkey hunting. Guns must be plugged        tions. They offer use of their telephones for hunters to make the toll-free call.
          to hold no more than three shells.          Telecheck stations are listed by county in the back of this guide.

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       Attention
   Big Game Hunters
      License and Permit Requirements

1. All blanks on a hunting license or permit must be completed.
   Failure to complete all blanks may result in a violation of KRS
   150.170 and a fine of $25 to $200. Blanks include signature,
   address, city, state, zip, eye color, hair color, sex, height and
   weight. These must be completed before going afield.

2. When you harvest a deer or turkey you must immediately cut and
   remove the day and month of your harvest. This must be done
   before moving the game. Failure to do so could result in a viola-
   tion of KRS 150.390 and a fine of $100 to $1000, loss of hunting
   rights, loss of hunting equipment, imprisonment for 30 days to one
   year and game replacement costs.


Note: After cutting your tag, you must attach it to the deer or turkey before
      moving it with a vehicle or when the carcass is not in your presence.

 Complete all blanks before going afield.

     Cut and remove day and month
         before moving animal.




                                                                                How to Tag
Example: John Doe bought a combination hunting and fishing license
plus his statewide deer permit. Upon purchase, John filled in all blanks
and signed the carcass tags.
                  rd
On November 23 , John harvested a 125-pound antlerless deer. He
immediately marked his tag by cutting out “NOV” for the month and
“23” for the date of harvest. He then field dressed his deer and headed
to his vehicle with his harvest. Officer Jones, Wildlife and Boating
officer approached and asked to see John’s license and tag. John was in
complete compliance with the law.

      Remember: All harvested deer and turkeys
         must be checked in by calling toll-free
                   1-877-245-4263,
the Kentucky Department of Fish & Wildlife Resources’
              TELECHECK HARVEST
               REPORTING SYSTEM.

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                                     SMALL GAME & FURBEARER SEASONS
               Special regulations may apply to wildlife management areas (WMAs). See individual area listings in the WILDLIFE
               MANAGEMENT AREAS section of this guide for information.

               LEGAL HUNTING EQUIPMENT
               Hunters may use muzzle-loading or modern rifles or handguns of any caliber, shotguns no larger than 10 gauge, archery
               or crossbow equipment, falcons or dogs to take small game or furbearers. Hunting with slingshots is prohibited. Shot-
               guns used to hunt all game except deer must be plugged to hold a maximum of three shells (two in magazine and one in
               chamber). Small game or furbearer hunters may not use or carry slugs or buckshot. (KRS 150.360; 301 KAR 2:251)


               SQUIRREL SEASONS:                         RABBIT & QUAIL SEASON:
                                                           November 23 - January 31 in Allen, Ballard, Butler, Caldwell,
                 Spring Season Dates: 14 consecu-        Calloway, Carlisle, Christian, Crittenden, Daviess,
               tive days beginning the first Satur-      Fulton, Graves, Hancock, Henderson, Hickman,
               day in June (June 5-18, 1999)             Hopkins, Livingston, Logan, Lyon, Marshall,
                                                         McCracken, McLean, Muhlenberg, Ohio,
                 Fall Season Dates: the third Sat-       Simpson, Todd, Trigg, Union, Warren
               urday in August (Aug. 21, 1999) -         and Webster counties
               January 31, closed during a county’s
               modern gun deer season                    in the rest of the state,
                                                           November 1 - January 31, closed during a county’s modern gun deer season
               The daily limit is 6.
               The possession limit is 12.               The daily limit for rabbit is 4; possession limit is 8.

               Hunter orange is required during deer     The daily limit for quail is 8; possession limit is 16.
               firearm seasons.
                                                         Hunter orange is required during deer firearm seasons.




               GROUSE SEASON:
               November 18 through the end of February in the following counties only:
               Leslie, Letcher, McCreary, Perry and Pike counties.
& Furbearers
Small Game




               November 23 through the end of February in the following counties only:
               Adair, Bath, Bell, Boyd, Bracken, Breathitt, Campbell, Carter, Clark, Clay,
               Clinton, Cumberland, Elliott, Estill, Fleming, Floyd, Garrard, Greenup, Harlan,
               Harrison, Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Lewis, Lin-
               coln, Madison, Magoffin, Martin, Mason, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Nicho-
               las, Owsley, Pendleton, Powell, Pulaski, Robertson, Rockcastle, Rowan, Russell,
               Wayne, Whitley and Wolfe counties.

               Grouse hunting is also allowed on Pennyrile, Tradewater and Ft. Knox WMAs during the month of December, except
               during quota deer hunts.

               The daily limit for grouse is 4; possession limit is 8.

               Hunter orange is required during deer firearm seasons.



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                                                                 GENERAL TRAPPING INFORMATION
 HUNTERS: WE NEED YOUR HELP!
                                                            TRAPPING LICENSE REQUIREMENTS
To effectively manage Kentucky’s wildlife, the depart-      A trapping license is required of all trappers, regardless of
ment of fish and wildlife conducts a variety of studies.    age, residency or physical condition. Resident landowners,
As a hunter, you can greatly assist this effort by sub-     tenants and their dependents trapping on their own property
mitting parts of the animals you take. The samples and      must possess a valid trapping license. A landowner/tenant trap-
information you provide are essential for determining       ping license is available for $7.50, but may be used only by a
the size, trends and health of the wildlife populations     landowner, tenant or his/her dependents trapping on their own
you hunt. If asked to submit a sample or participate in a   property. Trapping licenses are available from hunting license
hunter survey, please do so.                                agents across the state. (KRS 150.170, 150.010, 301 KAR 3:028)

White-tailed Deer                                           BUYING AND SELLING FURS & HIDES
Hunters are asked to submit the lower                       The raw furs of furbearers may be held by a trapper or hunter
jawbone of their kill so biologists can de-                 for 20 days and by a fur buyer for 30 days after the season closes.
termine the age structure of the popula-                       Raw furs (including hides from legally harvested deer) may
tion. In return, hunters will learn the age                 be sold only to licensed taxidermists, licensed fur buyers or
of their harvested deer and receive a free                  licensed fur processors. Wildlife carcasses (except certain spe-
deer hunter patch.                                          cies produced by licensed propagators) may not be bought or
   Just mail in the lower left jaw of the deer to the de-   sold. Inedible parts of wildlife (including the feet or other
partment. Pre-addressed envelopes are available from        inedible parts of legally taken deer) and wildlife mounts may
check stations or law enforcement officers. Jaws need       be sold to or purchased from licensed taxidermists only.
to be mailed by February 1, 2000. Age information and          River otters and spotted skunks are protected year-round
patches will be sent after all jaws have been processed.    and may not be taken or possessed. (KRS 150.370, 150.180,
Patches will be mailed in mid-April.                        150.411; 301 KAR 2:080, 2:240, 2:251, 3:030, 4:090)

Small Game                                                  LEGAL TRAPPING EQUIPMENT &
Hunters can also help gather valuable data about the        RUNNING THE TRAP LINE
              state’s small game populations by keeping     The following dry-land sets are permitted:
                 a daily hunting diary. Information pro-    1) Deadfalls;
                 vided by hunters aids in making wild-      2) Wire cages or box traps;
                 life management decisions. Report          3) Number 2 and smaller smooth-jawed foothold traps;
                forms are available for rabbit, quail,      4) Padded traps with a jaw spread of 6 inches or less;
                 grouse and squirrel hunting.               5) Number 220 or smaller Conibear-type traps; and
                  Another way small                         6) Non-locking snares.
game hunters can help is by sending                         Any trap may be used for water sets, except during the ex-
in one wing from each bobwhite quail                        tended beaver season. Trappers may use lights from boats
and one wing and rump feathers from                         or vehicles.
each grouse they take.                                         All traps must bear a metal tag giving the name and address


                                                                                                                                  & Furbearers
                                                                                                                                  Small Game
  Forms and pre-addressed envelopes                         of the trapper. Any trap without a tag can be immediately con-
are available from state conservation                       fiscated without a court order.
officers or by calling the Depart-                             A person shall not enter upon the lands of another to shoot,
ment of Fish and Wildlife Resources at 1-800-858-1549.      hunt, trap or fish, or for other wildlife-related recreational
                                                            purposes, without the oral or written permission of the land-
Bowhunters                                                  owner, tenant or person who has authority to grant permis-
Archery hunters can help gather information about vari-     sion. Those who fail to obtain permission are subject to arrest
ous wildlife. In the centerfold of this guide is a report   and prosecution. Railroad tracks and rights-of-way are pri-
form for recording hours spent hunting and types and        vately owned property and permission must be obtained prior
numbers of animals seen. The information will be used       to entry.                                         (KRS 150.092)
to develop a county-by-county database. More than 400          All traps must be visited at least once a day (every 24 hours)
hunters participated in this survey last year.              and all animals removed. Traps set on land must be at least 10
                                                            feet apart and not be set in trails or paths commonly used by
         Thank you for your help!                           humans or domestic animals.
                                                                                (KRS 150.399, 150.410; 301 KAR 2:251)

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               RACCOON & OPOSSUM HUNTING-ONLY SEASON                                 WILD HOG HUNTING
               (NO TRAPPING ALLOWED):                                                Wild hogs may be taken year-round in all counties ex-
                 November 1 through noon on the day after a county’s                 cept McCreary County* by legal hunters. A wild hog
               modern gun deer season closes (Nov. 23*)                              hunter must have a valid hunting license, and a deer permit
               (*except in Leslie, Letcher, McCreary, Perry and Pike counties        if hunting with a firearm during deer season or at a WMA
               where raccoon & opossum hunting-only season closes Nov. 18)           hunt where firearms are allowed for deer hunting.

               During a county’s modern gun deer season, raccoon and                 *In McCreary County, wild hogs may be taken during an
               opossum hunters may not hunt during daylight hours or                 open deer season using legal deer hunting methods and
               carry firearms other than .22-caliber rimfire while hunting           from the end of archery deer season through the last day of
               at night. No trapping is allowed during this season.                  February (Jan. 18 - Feb. 29, 2000).

               The daily hunting limit is one raccoon per hunter, from               There is no bag limit on wild hogs. Wild hogs do not have
               noon to noon. There is no limit on opossums.                          to be tagged or checked.
                                                      (301 KAR 2:251)                                                        (301 KAR 3:030)


               FURBEARER HUNTING & TRAPPING SEASON                                   FALCONRY SEASON:
               (including raccoon and opossum):                                        September 1 - February 15
                 noon, the day after a county’s modern gun deer sea-
               son closes (Nov. 23*) through noon, February 1                        The limit for this hunting method is two of any small game
               (*except in Leslie, Letcher, McCreary, Perry & Pike counties          or furbearer species per falconer per day, except during the
               where the furbearer hunting & trapping season opens Nov. 18)          regular season when the limits are the same as for other
                                                                                     methods. Falconers must possess a falconry permit, as well
               The daily hunting limit is one raccoon per hunter, from               as a valid Kentucky hunting license, and obey all appli-
               noon to noon. There are no limits on trapping raccoons.               cable state and federal laws.      (301 KAR 2:195, 2:251)
               There are no limits on other furbearers.

               Raccoons and opossums may be taken with the aid of lights             CROW SEASON:
               from a boat only when taken by trapping.                                September 1 - November 7
                                                     (301 KAR 2:251)                   January 5 - February 28

                                                                                     There is no daily or possession limit on crows.
               EXTENDED BEAVER HUNTING &
               TRAPPING SEASON:                                                      Crows observed committing or about to commit acts of
                 February 1 through the end of February                              depredation may be taken year-round; however, persons
                                                                                     attempting to take depredating crows shall not use blinds,
               Trappers must use water sets.                                         decoys, calls or other lures to attract birds into shooting
                                                                                     range during the closed season.          (301 KAR 2:260)
& Furbearers
Small Game




               The following traps are permitted:
               1) No. 3 or larger smooth-jawed foothold traps;
               2) Padded foothold traps having a jaw spread of at least              BULLFROG SEASON:
                 5½ inches;                                                           noon on the third Friday in May (May 21, 1999) -
               3) Conibear-type traps having a jaw spread of at least 8              midnight, October 31
                 inches; or
               4) Snares.                                                            The daily limit (noon to noon) is 15; possession is 30.

               All other trapping regulations apply. There is no limit on            If frogs are taken by gun or bow and arrow, a hunting li-
               beavers.                                                              cense is required. If taken by pole and line, a fishing li-
                                                       (301 KAR 2:251)               cense is required. If frogs are taken by gig or by hand,
                                                                                     either a hunting or fishing license is valid. It is illegal to
                                                                                     possess a gig on a stream or lake, or in a boat from Novem-
               Safety is always in season.                                           ber 1 through January 31.                  (301 KAR 1:082)



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                              Bowhunter wildlife diary
Archery hunters can help the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources gather important
information about the state’s wildlife populations. Just use this form to keep track of the hours spent hunting and
the types and numbers of animals seen while hunting. The information will be used to develop a county-by-
county wildlife database.



Instructions
1. Carefully remove this observation record form from your hunting guide and post it in a convenient spot where
    you’ll see it when you return from hunting. For example, your refrigerator door, mud room, garage entrance, vehicle.

2. For the appropriate date, enter the NUMBER OF HOURS HUNTED in the morning (AM), afternoon (PM) or
   both if you hunted both morning and afternoon (see example).

3. List the COUNTY where you hunted. If you hunted in different locations in the morning and afternoon, record
   the counties you hunted each half of the day (see example).

4. If you saw no animals while hunting, simply check NONE SEEN (see example).

5. If you observed any of the species listed, enter the NUMBER OF ANIMALS SEEN under the animal’s name
   (see example). Do not record second or third sightings of the same animal on the same hunt as more than one
   animal sighted, but, if you see what you feel is the same animal on different hunts, record it for each hunt.

6. If you see other unlisted species, you may enter their names and number under the OTHER column (see
   example).

7. Use the NOTES section to record information such as weather, animal behavior, etc.

8. At the end of the survey period, mail the record form to: Deer Program, Kentucky Department of Fish and
   Wildlife Resources, #1 Game Farm Road, Frankfort, KY 40601. Simply fold this form on the dotted lines so the
   pre-printed address is on the outside and secure with tape. Don’t forget to put a postage stamp on it.

9. If you would like your record form returned to you for future reference, provide your name and address below.

    Name________________________________________________________________________________________

    Address_____________________________________________________________________________________

    City__________________________________________ State__________ Zip____________________________

10. All participants will receive a statewide summary of wildlife observations by county.


                                      THANKS FOR YOUR HELP!




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                              Bowhunter Observation Record
                     Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources




                                                                      WILD TURKEY
                                        NONE SEEN




                                                                                                                                           HOUSE CAT
                                                    SQUIRREL




                                                                                                       GRAY FOX


                                                                                                                           RACCOON
                                                                                             RED FOX
                                                                                    COYOTE




                                                                                                                  BOBCAT




                                                                                                                                                       OTHER

                                                                                                                                                               OTHER
                                                               DEER




                                                                                                                                     DOG
DATE        # HOURS HUNTED COUNTY                                                                                                                                      NOTES
            AM 3 hours     Grant                    5          3                    2                                                1     2           10               quail
EXAMPLE     PM   2 hours   Owen          X                                                                                                                              a late rain
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The survey period is September 18 - November 12.




                                                                                 WILD TURKEY
Observations recorded after Nov. 12 will not be




                                                   NONE SEEN




                                                                                                                                                      HOUSE CAT
                                                               SQUIRREL




                                                                                                                  GRAY FOX


                                                                                                                                      RACCOON
used in the database.




                                                                                                        RED FOX
                                                                                               COYOTE




                                                                                                                             BOBCAT




                                                                                                                                                                  OTHER

                                                                                                                                                                          OTHER
                                                                          DEER




                                                                                                                                                DOG
DATE        # HOURS HUNTED COUNTY                                                                                                                                                 NOTES
            AM
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                                                     Place
                                                     stamp
                                                      here




Deer Program
Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
#1 Game Farm Road
Frankfort, KY 40601




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                                            BOBCAT SEASONS
The season limit is two bobcats per person.

Bobcats may be taken by hunting during daylight hours or by trapping. Hunters may use hand- or mouth-operated calls
or attracting devices.

Should it be determined that the bobcat quotas of 400 in Eastern Kentucky and 300 in Western Kentucky will be filled
prior to January 31, the bobcat hunting and trapping season will be closed early in that zone. Notice will be given a
minimum of 24 hours in advance of the time and date of closing.

The hunter or trapper must make arrangements for tagging by contacting a department wildlife biologist or law enforce-
ment officer within the bobcat harvest zones. Call 1-800-858-1549 for a list of wildlife biologists and law enforcement
officers in the bobcat harvest zones.

A bobcat must be tagged within 48 hours of harvest. The appropriate license (hunting or trapping) for the method of
taking must be presented to the tagging agent. The taker must present the entire skinned bobcat carcass and the raw fur,
or the complete unskinned carcass if it is to be mounted or otherwise processed. The tag must be left attached to the pelt
until the raw fur is processed. A person shall not possess an unused bobcat tag, unless authorized by the department.
                                                                                                (301 KAR 2:081, 2:240)

Bobcat hunting and trapping are also permitted at Land Between the Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area; for specific
requirements contact: LBL, Golden Pond, KY 42231; phone (270)924-2065.

Western Bobcat Zone                                               Eastern Bobcat Zone
   November 23 - January 31, in the following coun-                  November 18 - January 31, in the following coun-
ties only: Ballard, Caldwell, Calloway, Carlisle, Chris-          ties only: Leslie, Letcher, McCreary, Perry and Pike.
tian, Crittenden, Daviess, Fulton, Graves, Hancock,
Henderson, Hickman, Hopkins, Livingston, Logan,                      November 23 - January 31, in the following coun-
Lyon, Marshall, McCracken, McLean, Muhlenberg,                    ties only: Bell, Boyd, Breathitt, Carter, Clay, Elliott,
Ohio, Todd, Trigg, Union and Webster.                             Estill, Floyd, Greenup, Harlan, Jackson, Johnson, Knott,
                                                                  Knox, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Lewis, Magoffin, Mar-
                                                                  tin, Menifee, Morgan, Owsley, Powell, Pulaski,
                                                                  Rockcastle, Rowan, Wayne, Whitley and Wolfe.

                                                                                             /Eastern Bobcat Zone



  /Western Bobcat Zone
                                                                                                                             Seasons
                                                                                                                             Bobcat




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                                                           Quick Reference Chart for WMAs

        The chart below should be used only for quick reference as to what hunting is allowed on which public lands. In
        this chart, a season is marked if it is open either during the statewide season or during special dates.
        Special regulations may apply to wildlife management areas (WMAs). See individual area listing (on the
        following pages) for regulations before hunting. Information on this page refers to the 1999-2000 hunting seasons.




                                   Deer -- Zone 1 Firearm




                                                                                                                       Deer -- Zone 1 Firearm
                                   Deer -- Youth Weekend




                                                                                                                       Deer -- Youth Weekend
                                   Turkey -- Fall Archery
                                   Turkey -- Fall Firearm




                                                                                                                       Turkey -- Fall Archery
                                                                                                                       Turkey -- Fall Firearm
                                   Deer -- Muzzleloader




                                                                                                                       Deer -- Muzzleloader
                                   Deer -- Modern Gun




                                                                                                                       Deer -- Modern Gun
                                   Deer -- Quota Hunt




                                                                                                                       Deer -- Quota Hunt
                                   Deer -- Crossbow




                                                                                                                       Deer -- Crossbow
                                   Squirrel -- Spring




                                                                                                                       Squirrel -- Spring
                                   Turkey -- Spring




                                                                                                                       Turkey -- Spring
                                   Deer -- Archery




                                                                                                                       Deer -- Archery
                                   Rabbit & Quail




                                                                                                                       Rabbit & Quail
                                   Squirrel -- Fall




                                                                                                                       Squirrel -- Fall
                                   Furbearers




                                                                                                                       Furbearers
                                   Grouse




                                                                                                                       Grouse
         WMA Name                                                                         WMA Name
       Adair WMA                           x x         x     x x     x x   x   x       x Lloyd WMA                     x       x   x x     x   x     x    x x    x       x
       Ballard WMA                 x                                   x   x             Martins Fork Lake WMA             x   x   x x     x    x     x   x x    x x     x
       Ballard Hunting Unit            x   x x x       x x x x         x   x   x       x Mill Creek WWA                x       x                x     x   x x    x x     x
       Barkley Lake WMA                x   x x x       x x x x         x   x   x x     x Mud Camp Creek WMA            x       x   x x     x    x     x x x x    x x     x
       Barlow Bottoms WMA                                                                Mullins WMA                   x       x   x x     x    x     x   x x    x       x
         Peal Tract                    x   x x x       x x x x         x   x   x       x Nolin Lake WMA                    x   x   x x     x x x      x x x x    x       x
         Swan Lake Tract                                               x   x             Obion Creek WMA               x       x                x     x   x x    x       x
       Barren River WMA                x   x   x x     x x x     x   x x   x   x       x Ohio River Islands WMA
       Beaver Creek WMA            x       x               x     x     x   x   x   x   x   Stewart/Birdsville Island           x       x         x x     x   x
       Beech Creek WMA                 x   x   x   x   x   x     x     x   x   x   x   x   Pryor, Rondeau &
       Beechy Creek WMA                x   x   x   x   x x x     x     x   x   x   x   x   Twin Sisters islands          x     x x x       x x   x   x   x   x   x       x
       Big South Fork NRRA             x   x   x   x   x   x     x     x   x   x   x   x Paintsville Lake WMA          x       x           x     x   x   x   x   x   x   x
       Buckhorn Lake WMA               x   x   x   x   x   x     x     x   x   x   x   x Peabody WMA                   x x     x   x       x     x   x x x   x   x       x
       Cane Creek WMA                  x   x               x     x     x   x   x   x   x Pennyrile State Forest        x       x                 x   x x x   x   x   x   x
       Carr Fork Lake WMA              x   x   x x     x   x     x     x   x   x   x   x Pine Mountain WMA               x     x x x       x     x   x   x   x   x   x   x
       Central Kentucky WMA                x                     x     x   x           x Pioneer Weapons WMA             x     x x x       x     x   x   x   x   x   x   x
       Clay WMA                    x       x           x         x     x   x   x   x   x Redbird WMA                     x     x                 x   x   x   x   x   x   x
       Cranks Creek WMA                x   x   x x     x     x   x     x   x   x   x   x Rich WMA                      x       x                 x   x x x   x   x       x
       Cyprus Amax WMA                     x     x     x     x   x     x   x   x   x   x Robinson Forest,
       Dale Hollow Lake WMA            x   x   x x     x     x   x   x x   x   x   x   x outlying areas only                   x       x   x             x   x   x   x   x
       Daniel Boone Nat’l Forest       x   x   x x     x     x   x     x   x   x   x   x Rough River Lake WMA              x   x   x   x   x x   x x   x x   x   x   x   x
       Daviess County WMA                                                                Shillalah Creek WMA               x   x   x   x   x     x x     x   x   x   x   x
       Davison WMA                     x   x   x x     x x x x       x x   x   x   x   x Sloughs WMA                       x   x   x   x   x     x x     x   x   x       x
       Dewey Lake WMA              x       x           x   x x         x   x   x   x   x Sullivan WMA                      x   x   x   x   x x   x x   x x   x   x       x
       Fishtrap Lake WMA           x       x           x   x x         x   x   x   x   x Tarter WMA                    x       x   x   x   x     x x   x x   x   x   x   x
       Fleming WMA                     x   x   x x     x   x x         x   x   x   x   x Taylorsville Lake WMA         x       x           x     x x   x x   x   x       x
       Grayson Lake WMA            x       x   x                       x   x   x   x   x Tradewater WMA                x       x                 x x   x x   x   x   x   x
       Green River Lake WMA        x       x               x     x   x x   x   x       x Twin Eagle WMA                    x   x   x x     x x   x x   x x   x   x       x
       Higginson-Henry WMA         x       x               x     x     x   x   x       x Tygarts State Forest              x   x   x x     x     x x     x   x   x   x   x
       Jefferson Nat’l Forest          x   x   x   x   x   x     x     x   x   x   x   x West Kentucky WMA             x       x   x               x     x   x   x       x
       Jones-Keeney WMA                x   x   x   x   x x x     x   x x   x   x   x   x Westvaco-Columbus S                   x                 x x     x   x
WMAs




       Kaler Bottoms WMA               x   x   x   x   x x x     x     x   x   x   x   x   Bottoms WMA*          N         x   x   x x     x x   x x     x   x   x       x
       Kentenia State Forest           x   x   x   x   x   x     x     x   x   x   x   x Westvaco Public
       Kentucky Lake WMA               x   x   x   x   x x x     x     x   x   x   x   x   Hunting Areas                   x   x x x       x x   x   x x x   x   x       x
       Ky. Ridge State Forest          x   x   x   x   x   x     x     x   x   x   x   x White City WMA                x       x                 x   x x x   x   x       x
       Kentucky River WMA          x       x   x   x   x   x     x   x x   x   x       x Winford WMA                       x   x x x       x x   x   x   x   x   x x     x
       Kleber WMA                  x       x               x     x   x x   x   x       x Yatesville WMA                    x   x x x       x     x   x   x   x   x       x
       Lake Cumberland WMA             x   x   x x     x   x     x     x   x   x   x   x Yellowbank WMA                x       x                 x   x   x   x   x       x
       Lapland WMA                 x       x   x x     x   x     x     x   x   x       x *This area is divided into two sections: South of Dillard Road, denoted by
                                                                                          S in this chart, and North of Dillard Road, denoted by N.


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                              WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREAS
KDFWR-owned or -managed Wildlife Manage-                               exist. If no parking area is designated, parking is gener-
ment Areas (WMAs) (listed alphabetically)                              ally permitted alongside of maintained roads in such a
On the following WMAs:                                                 manner that would not block traffic. Vehicles of any kind
1.For species listed in this guide, hunting is permitted only          (including motorcycles and bicycles) are permitted only
  as stated, except for crow, beaver, wild hog, falconry,              on maintained roads. Vehicles used on public roads must
  bullfrog and year-round seasons which are open under                 be street-legal. It is unlawful to cut trees or fences, dump
  statewide regulations unless otherwise stated in this sec-           trash or litter, or damage any property or habitat in
  tion. State parks are open only for the quota hunts as               any fashion.
  listed -- no other hunting is allowed on state park lands.         10. Trapping requires permission. Obtain permission from
  (If a season is open under statewide regulations, please               the department by calling the area directly.
  refer to the appropriate section of this guide for dates           11. Areas or portions of areas may be closed or otherwise
  and requirements.)                                                     restricted as marked by signs.
2.Hunters may take the statewide deer limit on the fol-
  lowing public areas: Adair WMA; Ballard Hunting Unit;
  Barlow Bottoms WMA Peal Tract; Barren River WMA                    Adair (Boone Co.)
  including the Peninsula Unit and Narrows, Goose and                Office: 800-858-1549 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
  Grass islands); Big South Fork National River & Recre-             Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
  ation Area; Dale Hollow Lake WMA; Fleming WMA;                     Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations
  Lake Cumberland WMA; Nolin Lake WMA; Ohio River                    Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations
  Islands WMA; Pioneer Weapons Area; Sloughs WMA;                    Deer              Open under statewide regulations, except
  Westvaco-Columbus Bottoms WMA; Westvaco Public                                       hunters may not use firearms
  Hunting Areas; and Yatesville WMA. Only two deer may               Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations
  be taken per hunter on the following WMAs: Dewey                   Turkey — Fall Gun         Open under statewide regulations
  Lake, Higginson-Henry, Taylorsville Lake, West Ken-
  tucky and Yellowbank. Only one deer may be taken per
  hunter on all other WMAs listed in this section.                   Ballard WMA (Ballard Co.)
3.Statewide crossbow deer season is closed, unless other-            Office: (270)224-2244 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
  wise stated in the area listing.                                   Squirrel          Aug. 21 - Oct. 14, 1999
4. No squirrel, rabbit, quail, grouse, furbearer or turkey           Rabbit & Quail Closed
  hunting or trapping is permitted on these WMAs when                Deer              Youth Quota Hunt, any deer/antlerless deer
  modern guns can be used for deer hunting.                                            only as determined by random drawing at
5.During a quota deer hunt on a WMA, only persons drawn                                check-in, Oct. 23-24, 1999
  for the quota deer hunt are allowed to be on that WMA,                               Quota Hunt, any deer/antlerless deer only as
  except waterfowl hunters hunting in some areas that are                              determined by random drawing at check-in,
  posted open. Hunters participating in a quota hunt may                               Nov. 6-7, 1999
  use a statewide deer tag or an appropriate bous deer tag.          Turkey — Fall Archery Closed
6.Quota hunts require advance application (see p.12). Ad-            Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed
  vance application is not required for hunts listed as Open
  Archery Hunts or Open Gun Hunts. During Open Gun                   All quota deer hunters must check in and out daily. Portions of
  Hunts, any legal deer hunting equipment is permitted.              the area are closed, as marked by signs, during Quota Hunts.
7.A person shall not allow a dog to be unleashed from                Entire WMA is closed to unauthorized public access annually
  March 1 until the opening of fall squirrel season, except          October 15 through March 15.
  when participating in a department-authorized field trial,
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  the June squirrel season or training a retriever or other
  water dog if the activity is authorized by a sign at the           Ballard Hunting Unit -- 400-acre tract -- (Ballard Co.)
  body of water and the dog remains leashed except while             Office: (270)224-2244 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
  training in or within 100 feet of the water; or as stated
  under the area listing or posted on the WMA.                       This area located south of Terrell Landing Road in Ballard
8.A person shall not discharge a firearm within 100 yards            County is open under statewide regulations for squirrel, rabbit,
  of a residence or occupied building.                               quail, furbearer, deer, deer crossbow and fall archery turkey sea-
9.Camping is permitted only in designated areas. Parking             sons. It is also open for the Zone 1 firearm deer season. This tract
  must be confined to designated parking areas if such areas         is not a part of Ballard WMA, listed above.

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       Barlow Bottoms WMA (Ballard Co.)                                  Deer             Quota Hunt, antlered deer only, Nov. 6-7, 1999
       Office: (270)224-2244 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                                 Open Archery Hunt, antlered deer only,
       Peal Tract                                                                         Sept. 18 - Jan. 17, 2000, except closed during
       Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations                                 Quota Hunt
       Rabbit & Quail Nov. 23 - Dec. 31, 1999                            Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
       Furbearers-Hunting        Nov. 23 - Dec. 12, 1999                                          cept closed during Quota Hunt
       Furbearers-Trapping*      Dec. 1-10 (water sets only)             Turkey — Fall Gun        Closed
       Deer              Open under statewide regulations; crossbow
                         hunting permitted during statewide season       All trappers must complete a harvest survey. All quota deer hunt-
       Deer – Zone 1 Firearm     Open                                    ers must check in at the beginning and out at the completion of
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations            the hunt.
       Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed
                                                                           Big South Fork National River & Recreation Area (McCreary Co.)
       *Trappers must be selected by a drawing conducted by the WMA Kentucky Ranger Station: (606)376-5073 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
       manager.                                                            Park Headquarters: (423)569-9778
                                                                           Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
       Swan Lake Tract                                                     Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during modern
       Squirrel           Aug. 21 - Oct. 14, 1999                                            gun deer season
       Rabbit & Quail Closed                                               Grouse            Oct. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during modern
       Furbearers         Closed                                                             gun deer season
       Deer               Closed                                           Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations
       Turkey — Fall Archery Closed                                        Deer              Open under statewide regulations; crossbow
       Turkey — Fall Gun           Closed                                                    hunting permitted during statewide season
                                                                           Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations
       Area closed to all public access October 15 through March 15. Turkey — Fall Gun                Closed
                                                                           Wild Hog          Jan. 18 - Feb. 29, 2000; dogs may not be used
       Barren River WMA (Allen & Barren cos.)                              Year-round season Open under statewide regulations for coyotes,
       Office: (270)646-5167 or (270)746-7130 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                   groundhogs, English sparrows & starlings —
       Squirrel*          Open under statewide regulations                                   no other species may be taken.
       Rabbit & Quail* Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during
                          modern gun deer season                           Birdsville Island Tract (Livingston Co.)
       Furbearers         Open under statewide regulations                 See Ohio River Islands WMA.
       Deer               Open under statewide regulations; crossbow
                          hunting permitted during statewide season        Buckhorn Lake WMA (Perry & Leslie cos.)
       Deer – Zone 1 Firearm       Open                                    Office: (606)886-9608 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations              Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
       Turkey — Fall Gun           Dec. 1- 5, 1999                         Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations
                                                                           Grouse            Open under statewide regulations
       To avoid overcrowding, gun deer hunters should consult a hunter Furbearers            Open under statewide regulations
       distribution/opportunities map at WMA office before hunting. On Deer                  Open under statewide regulations
       the Peninsula, including Narrows, Goose and Grass islands, hunt- Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations
       ers may not use breech-loading firearms.                            Turkey — Fall Gun          Closed

       *Persons hunting these game species on the Peninsula (including Cane Creek WMA (Laurel Co.)
       Narrows, Goose and Grass islands) must not use shot larger than Office: (606)878-9595 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
       Number 2.                                                           Squirrel       Open under statewide regulations, except
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                                                                                          closed during Open Gun Deer Hunt
       Beaver Creek WMA (McCreary & Pulaski cos.)                          Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Open
       Office: (606)376-8083 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                                 Gun Deer Hunt
       Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except          Grouse         Oct. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Open
                         closed during Quota Hunt                                         Gun Deer Hunt
       Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt Furbearers        Dec. 5-31
       Grouse            Oct. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt Deer           Open Gun Hunt, antlered deer only, Nov. 13-
       Furbearers        Dec. 5-31                                                        14, 1999


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                 Open Archery Hunt, Zone 4 harvest regulations,         Cyprus Amax WMA (Breathitt, Perry & Knott cos.)
                 Sept. 18 - Jan. 17, 2000                               Office: (606)886-9608 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-             Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
                         cept closed during Open Gun Deer Hunt          Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations
Turkey — Fall Gun        Closed                                         Grouse            Open under statewide regulations
                                                                        Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations
Trappers must complete a harvest survey.                                Deer              Open under Zone 5 regulations for youth hunt,
                                                                                          muzzleloader and archery seasons
Central Kentucky WMA (Madison Co.)                                                        No firearms may be used during the modern
Office: (606)986-4130 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                                        gun deer season.
Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations                      Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations
Rabbit & Quail Closed                                                   Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed
Furbearers — Hunting      Closed
Furbearers — Trapping Open under statewide regulations                  Any person age 16 and older entering the area for any purpose
Deer              Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Wednesdays only          must obtain and carry an area user permit ($10) and sign a waiver
                  (except closed during scheduled field trials as       form. Applications for permits may be obtained through local li-
                  posted on bulletin board at WMA office), Sept.        cense outlets, or by writing KDFWR, Cyprus Amax Permit, #1
                  22 - Dec. 15, 1999                                    Game Farm Road, Frankfort, KY 40601.
                  Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Dec. 18 - Jan.
                  17, 2000                                              All deer hunters must check in at the beginning and out at the
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations                  completion of each hunt. Deer hunters may use portable stands
Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed                                        only and must remove stands daily.

Unleashed dogs are prohibited from April 1 through the third Satur-     Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park (Cumberland & Clinton cos.)
day in August, except persons participating in department-authorized    Office: (606)878-9595 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
field trials or the June squirrel season. At other times of the year,   Deer              Quota Hunt, any deer, Jan. 4-5, 2000
unleashed dogs are permitted only on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Sat-
urdays and Sundays. All squirrel hunters and dog trainers must          Dale Hollow Lake WMA (Cumberland & Clinton cos.)
check in and out daily at the designated check station. All deer        Office: (606)878-9595 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
hunters must check in at the beginning and out at the completion        Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
of each hunt.                                                           Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations
                                                                        Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations
Clay WMA (Nicholas Co.)                                                 Grouse            Open under statewide regulations
Office: (606)289-2564 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                      Deer              Open under statewide regulations
Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except              Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations
                  closed during Quota Hunt                              Turkey — Fall Gun         Dec. 1-5, 1999
Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt
Grouse            Oct. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt     The area between the lake edge and the Corps/Dale Hollow Lake
Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations, except              State Resort Park boundary is closed to all hunting, except dur-
                  closed during Quota Hunt                              ing the state park Quota Hunt.
Deer              Open Youth Hunt, any deer, Oct. 16-17, 1999
                  Quota Hunt, any deer, Nov. 6-7, 1999                  Daviess County WMA (Daviess Co.)
                  Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Oct. 15 - Jan.           Closed to all hunting and trapping.
                  17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-      Dewey Lake WMA (Floyd Co.)
                            cept closed during Quota Hunt        Office: (606)886-9608 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
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Turkey — Fall Gun           Closed                               Squirrel         Open under statewide regulations, except
                                                                                  closed during Quota Hunt
All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt
check in and out daily at the designated check station. All deer Grouse           Open under statewide regulations, except
hunters must check in at the beginning and out at the completion                  closed during Quota Hunt
of each hunt.                                                    Furbearers       Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt
                                                                 Deer             Open Youth Hunt, any deer, Oct. 16-17, 1999
Curtis Gates Lloyd WMA (Grant Co.)                                                Quota Hunt, any deer/antlerless deer only as
See Lloyd WMA.                                                                                            Continued on page 32
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                        determined by a random drawing at check-in,          Grayson Lake WMA (Carter & Elliott cos.)
                        Dec. 4-5, 1999                                       Office: (606)474-8535 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                        Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.         Squirrel             Open under statewide regulations, except
                        17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt                                 closed during Quota Hunts within the Quota
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-                                Hunt portion
                                cept closed during Quota Hunt                Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota
       Turkey — Fall Gun        Closed                                                            Hunts within the Quota Hunt portion
                                                                             Grouse               Open under statewide regulations, except
       All quota deer hunters must check in at the beginning and out at                           closed during Quota Hunts within the Quota
       the completion of each hunt. Deer hunters may take two deer from                           Hunt portion
       this WMA, but may not take more than one during a quota hunt. Furbearers                   Open under statewide regulations, except
                                                                                                  closed during Quota Hunts within the Quota
       Dr. James R. Rich WMA (Owen Co.)                                                           Hunt portion
       See Rich WMA.                                                         Deer                 Youth Quota Hunts*, any deer, Nov. 6-7, Dec.
                                                                                                  4-5**, 1999
                                                                                                  Open Archery & Crossbow Hunt***, any deer,
       Fishtrap Lake WMA (Pike Co.)                                                               Sept. 18 - Jan. 17, 2000
       Office: (606)886-9608 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                    Turkey — Fall Archery Closed
       Squirrel           Open under statewide regulations, except           Turkey — Fall Gun             Closed
                          closed during Quota Hunt
       Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt All quota deer hunters must check in and out daily.
       Grouse             Open under statewide regulations, except
                          closed during Quota Hunt                           *Youth Quota Deer Hunts are only on that portion west of Rt. 1496, and
       Furbearers         Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt east of a line formed by the following: Bruin Creek, the Bruin Creek
       Deer               Open Youth Hunt, antlered deer only, Oct. 16- fork of Grayson Lake and Grayson Lake north of the Bruin Creek
                          17, 1999                                           fork. This is the only firearm deer hunting permitted on the area.
                          Quota Hunt, antlered deer only, Nov. 20-21, 1999
                          Open Archery Hunt, antlered deer only, Sept. ** A randomly-selected, limited number of applicants drawn for
                          18- Jan. 17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt this hunt will be eligible to hunt portions of the nearby Grayson
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex- Lake State Park.
                                    cept closed during Quota Hunt
       Turkey — Fall Gun            Closed                                   ***Archery and crossbow hunting is permitted on all sections ex-
                                                                             cept that portion, described above, open for youth hunts. All deer
       All quota deer hunters must check in at the beginning and out at hunters hunting during archery or crossbow season must check
       the completion of each hunt.                                          in at the beginning and out at the completion of each hunt.

       Fleming WMA (Fleming Co.)                                             All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must
       Office: (606)289-2564 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                    check in and out daily at designated check station.
       Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
       Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during modern          Greenbo Lake State Resort Park (Greenup Co.)
                         gun deer season                                     Office: (606)686-3312 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
       Grouse            Oct. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during modern       Deer              Quota Hunt, any deer, Jan. 4-5, 2000
                         gun deer season
       Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations                    Green River Lake WMA (Taylor & Adair cos.)
       Deer              Open under statewide regulations; crossbow          Office: (270)465-5039 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                         hunting permitted during statewide season           Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except
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       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations                                  closed during Quota Hunt
       Turkey — Fall Gun          Closed                                     Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt
                                                                             Grouse            Closed
       Grayson Lake State Park (Carter Co.)                                  Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations, except
       Office: (606)474-8535 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                                      closed during Quota Hunt
       Deer              Youth Quota Hunt, any deer, Dec. 4-5, 1999          Deer              Quota Hunt, antlered deer only, Nov. 6-7, 1999
                                                                                               Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.
                                                                                               17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt


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Turkey — Fall Archery        Open under statewide regulations, ex- Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt
                             cept closed during Quota Hunt          Furbearers          Open under statewide regulations, except
Turkey — Fall Gun            Dec. 1-5, 1999                                             closed during Quota Hunt
                                                                    Deer                Quota Hunt, any deer, Dec. 4-5, 1999
All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must                              Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan
check in and out daily at a designated check station. All deer                          17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt
hunters must check in and out.                                      Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
                                                                                                 cept closed during Quota Hunt
Higginson-Henry WMA (Union Co.)                                     Turkey — Fall Gun            Dec. 1-3, 1999
Office: (270)389-3580 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Squirrel           Open under statewide regulations, except         All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must
                   closed during Quota Hunt                         check in and out daily at the designated check station. All deer
Rabbit & Quail Nov. 23 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt hunters must check in at the beginning and out at the completion
Furbearers         Open under statewide regulations, except         of each hunt.
                   closed during Quota Hunt
Deer               Quota Hunt, any deer/antlerless deer only as Lake Barkley State Resort Park (Trigg Co.)
                   determined by a random drawing at check-in, Office: (270)924-1131 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                   Dec. 4-5, 1999                                   Deer                Quota Hunt, any deer, Jan. 4-5, 2000
                   Open Archery Hunt, antlerless deer only, Sept.
                   18 - Oct. 15, 1999; any deer, Oct. 16 - Jan. 17, Lake Cumberland State Resort Park (Russell Co.)
                   2000, except closed during Quota Hunt            Office: (606)878-9595 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex- Deer                        Archery Quota Hunt, any deer, Dec. 21-22, 1999,
                             cept closed during Quota Hunt                              no crossbows allowed
Turkey — Fall Gun            Closed
                                                                    Lake Cumberland WMA (Clinton, Pulaski, Russell & Wayne cos.)
All small game, deer and turkey hunters and dog trainers must Office: (606)376-8083 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
check in and out daily at the designated check station. Deer hunt- Squirrel             Open under statewide regulations
ers may take two deer from this WMA, but may not take more Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except during modern gun
than one during a quota hunt.                                                           deer season
                                                                    Grouse              Oct. 1 - Dec. 31, except during modern gun
Kentucky River WMA (Henry Co.)                                                          deer season
Office: 800-858-1549 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                   Furbearers          Open under statewide regulations
Squirrel           Open under statewide regulations , except        Deer                Open under statewide regulations; crossbow
                   closed during Quota Hunts                                            hunting permitted during statewide season
Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations, except             Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations
                   closed during Quota Hunts                        Turkey — Fall Gun            Closed
Furbearers         Open under statewide regulations, except
                   closed during Quota Hunts                        The area between the lake edge and the Corps/Lake Cumberland
Deer               Open under statewide regulations for youth       State Resort Park boundary is closed to all hunting, except dur-
                   hunt, muzzleloader and crossbow seasons          ing the state park Quota Bow Hunt. Wesley Bend and Yellowhole
                   Quota Hunts, any deer, Nov. 13-17;               portions closed to public access October 15 - March 15.
                   Nov. 18-22, 1999
                   Open Archery hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan. Lapland WMA, including Indiana Hardwoods and Asarco tracts
                   17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts (Meade & Breckinridge cos.)
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex- Office: (270)547-6856 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                             cept closed during Quota Hunts         Squirrel            Open under statewide regulations, except
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Turkey — Fall Gun            Dec. 1-5, 1999                                             closed during Quota Hunts
                                                                    Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations, except
Quota deer hunters are not required to check in or out.                                 closed during Quota Hunts
                                                                    Furbearers          Open under statewide regulations, except
Kleber WMA (Owen & Franklin cos.)                                                       closed during Quota Hunts
Office: (502)535-6335 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                  Deer                Open under statewide regulations for youth
Squirrel           Open under statewide regulations, except                             hunt, muzzleloader and crossbow seasons
                   closed during Quota Hunt                                                                   Continued on page 34

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                        Quota Hunts, any deer, Nov. 13-17; antlered         Mud Camp Creek WMA (Cumberland Co.)
                        deer only, Nov. 18-22, 1999                         Office: (270)465-5039 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                        Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.        Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except
                        17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts                            closed during Quota Hunts
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-          Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations, except
                                cept closed during Quota Hunts                                closed during Quota Hunts
       Turkey — Fall Gun        Closed                                      Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations, except
                                                                                              closed during Quota Hunts
       Quota deer hunters are not required to check in or out.              Grouse            Open under statewide regulations, except
                                                                                              closed during Quota Hunts
                                                                            Deer              Open under statewide regulations for youth
       Lloyd WMA (Grant Co.)                                                                  hunt, muzzleloader and crossbow seasons
       Office: (606)428-2262 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                                     Quota Hunts, Zone 3 harvest regulations, Nov.
       Squirrel           Open under statewide regulations, except                            13-17; Nov 18-22, 1999
                          closed during Quota Hunts                                           Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.
       Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed when modern                             17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts
                          guns are permitted for deer hunting               Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
       Furbearers         Open under statewide regulations, except                                     cept closed during Quota Hunts
                          closed during Quota Hunts                         Turkey — Fall Gun          Dec. 1-5, 1999
       Deer               Open under statewide regulations for youth
                          hunt, muzzleloader and crossbow seasons           Quota deer hunters are not required to check in or out.
                          Quota Hunts, any deer, Nov. 13-17; antlered
                          deer only, Nov. 18-22, 1999                       Mullins WMA (Kenton Co.)
                          Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan. Office: (606)428-2262 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                          17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts Squirrel                 Open under statewide regulations, except
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-                            closed during Quota Hunts
                                    cept closed during Quota Hunts          Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunts
       Turkey — Fall Gun            Dec. 1-5, 1999                          Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations, except
                                                                                              closed during Quota Hunts
       All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must Deer                        Open under statewide regulations for youth
       check in and out daily at the designated check station. Unleashed                      hunt, muzzleloader and crossbow seasons
       dogs prohibited from April 1 until the third Saturday in August,                       Quota Hunts, any deer, Nov. 13-17; antlered
       except during department-authorized field trials. Quota deer hunt-                     deer only, Nov. 18-22, 1999
       ers are not required to check in or out.                                               Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.
                                                                                              17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts
                                                                            Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
       Mill Creek WMA (Jackson Co.)                                                                    cept closed during Quota Hunts
       Office: (606)986-0909 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                   Turkey — Fall Gun          Closed
       Squirrel           Open under statewide regulations, except
                          closed during Quota Hunt                          All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must
       Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt check in and out daily at the designated check station. Unleashed
       Grouse             Oct. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt dogs prohibited April 1 until the third Saturday in August, except
       Furbearers         Dec. 5-31                                         during department-authorized field trials or the early squirrel sea-
       Deer               Quota Hunt, antlered deer only, Nov. 6-7, 1999 son. Quota deer hunters are not required to check in or out.
                          Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.
                          17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt         Nolin Lake WMA (Edmonson, Grayson & Hart cos.)
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       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex- Office: (270)547-6856 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                                    cept closed during Quota Hunt           Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
       Turkey — Fall Gun            Closed                                  Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during modern
                                                                                              gun deer season
       All trappers must complete a harvest survey. All quota deer hunt- Furbearers           Open under statewide regulations
       ers must check in at the beginning and out at the completion of Deer                   Open under statewide regulations; crossbow
       each hunt.                                                                             hunting permitted during statewide season
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Turkey — Fall Archery        Open under statewide regulations            Quota deer hunters must check in at the beginning and out at
Turkey — Fall Gun            Dec. 1-5, 1999                              the completion of each hunt.

Obion Creek WMA (Hickman, Carlisle & Fulton cos.)                        Peabody WMA (Ohio & Muhlenberg cos.)
Office: (270)753-6913 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                       Office: (270)273-3569 or 273-3568 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except               Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except
                  closed during Quota Hunts                                                closed during Quota Hunt
Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations, except                  Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations, except
                  closed during Quota Hunts                                                closed during Quota Hunt
Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations                       Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations, except
Deer              Quota Hunts, any deer, Nov. 13-17;                                       closed during Quota Hunt
                  Nov. 18-22, 1999                                       Deer              Open Youth Hunt, any deer, Oct. 16-17, 1999
                  Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.                             Quota Hunt, any deer, Nov. 13-17, 1999
                  17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts                               Open Gun Hunt, any deer, Nov. 18-22, 1999
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-                                Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.
                          cept closed during Quota Hunts                                   17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt
Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed                                                           Open Muzzleloader Hunt, any deer, Dec. 11-
                                                                                           17, 1999
Quota deer hunters are not required to check in or out.                  Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
                                                                                                   cept closed during Quota Hunt
Ohio River Islands WMA (Livingston Co.)                                  Turkey — Fall Gun         Dec. 1-5, 1999
Office: (270)753-6913 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Stewart Island (also known as Birdsville Island) Tract                   Portions marked by signs are closed to public access October 15
Squirrel          Aug. 17 - Oct. 14, 1999                                - March 15. Any person age 16 and older entering the area for any
Rabbit & Quail Closed                                                    purpose must obtain and carry a Peabody WMA user permit ($10)
Furbearers        Closed                                                 and sign a waiver form. Applications for permits may be obtained
Deer              Open Muzzleloader Hunt, any deer, Oct. 23-24, 1999     through local license vendors, or by writing KDFWR, Peabody
                  Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Oct.           Permit, #1 Game Farm Road, Frankfort, KY 40601.
                  14, 1999
Turkey — Fall Archery Sept. 18 - Oct. 14, 1999                           Quota deer hunters are not required to check in or out.
Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed
                                                                         Pennyrile Forest WMA (Christian, Caldwell & Hopkins cos.)
Closed to public access October 15 - March 15, except for Open           Office: (270)753-6913 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Muzzleloader Hunt.                                                       Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except
                                                                                           closed during Quota Hunt
The remainder of this WMA is open under statewide regula-                Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations
tions for squirrel, rabbit & quail, furbearers, deer and fall turkey     Grouse            Dec. 1-31, daily limit 2
(archery) seasons. It is also open for the Zone 1 Firearm Deer season.   Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations
                                                                         Deer              Quota Hunt, any deer/antlerless deer only as
Paintsville Lake WMA (Johnson & Morgan cos.)                                               determined by a random drawing at check-in,
Office: (606)886-9608 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                                         Nov. 6-7, 1999
Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except                                 Open Archery Hunt, antlerless deer only, Sept.
                  closed during Quota Hunt                                                 18 - Oct. 15; any deer, Oct. 16 - Jan. 17, 2000,
Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt                           except closed during Quota Hunt
Grouse            Open under statewide regulations, except               Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
                  closed during Quota Hunt                                                          cept closed during Quota Hunt
                                                                                                                                              WMAs



Furbearers        Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunt      Turkey — Fall Gun          Dec. 1-5, 1999
Deer              Open Youth Hunt, any deer, Oct. 16-17, 1999
                  Quota Hunt, any deer, Nov. 6-7, 1999                   Grouse hunters are requested to check in and out. All deer hunt-
                  Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.           ers must check in and out daily at the nursery building.
                  17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-              Pioneer Weapons Area (Bath & Menifee cos.)
                           cept closed during Quota Hunt                 Office: (606)784-6428 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Turkey — Fall Gun          Closed                                        Legal muzzle-loading firearms are the only firearms permitted
                                                                                                                 Continued on page 36
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       on area. Persons must not carry loaded modern firearms.              All quota deer hunters must check in at the beginning and out at
       Squirrel*         Open under statewide regulations                   the completion of each hunt.
       Rabbit & Quail* Open under statewide regulations
       Grouse*           Open under statewide regulations                Robinson Forest WMA (Breathitt, Knott & Perry cos.)
       Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations                Office: (606)886-9608 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
       Deer              Open under statewide regulations — crossbows    The main block of this area is closed to all hunting.
                         may be used during archery season, other huntingOUTLYING AREAS ONLY are open as follows:
                         permitted with muzzle-loading firearms only.    Squirrel           Open under statewide regulations
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations &          Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations
                                  turkey hunters may use crossbows       Grouse             Open under statewide regulations
       Turkey — Fall Gun          Closed                                 Furbearers         Open under statewide regulations
                                                                         Deer               Open under Zone 5 regulations for archery,
       *Persons hunting these game species must not use shot larger than                    youth hunt and muzzleloader seasons
       Number 2.                                                                            No firearms may be used during modern gun season.
                                                                         Turkey — Fall Archery Closed
       Redbird WMA (Clay & Leslie cos.)                                  Turkey — Fall Gun           Closed
       Office: (606)672-2726 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
       Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except        Any person age 16 and older entering the area for any purpose
                         closed during the Open Gun Deer Hunt            must obtain and carry an area user permit ($10) and sign a waiver
       Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during the Open form. Applications for permits may be obtained through local li-
                         Gun Deer Hunt                                   cense outlets, or by writing KDFWR, Cyprus Amax Permit, #1
       Grouse            Open under statewide regulations, except        Game Farm Road, Frankfort, KY 40601.
                         closed during the Open Gun Deer Hunt
       Furbearers        Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during the Open All deer hunters must check in at the beginning and out at the
                         Gun Deer Hunt                                   completion of each hunt. Deer hunters may use portable stands
       Deer              Open Gun Hunt, antlered deer only, Nov. 13- only, and must remove stands daily.
                         14, 1999
                         Open Archery Hunt, antlered deer only, Sept. Sloughs WMA (Henderson & Union cos.)
                         18- Jan. 17, 2000, except closed during the     Office: (270)827-2673 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                         Open Gun Deer Hunt                              This WMA consists of six separate land units: Ash Flats, Grassy
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex- Pond-Powells Lake, Jenny Hole, Highland Creek, Cape Hills and
                                  cept closed during Open Gun Deer Hunt Sauerheber. Some portions of the Sauerheber unit are closed
       Turkey — Fall Gun          Closed                                 to public access October 15 - March 15 annually as designated
                                                                         by signs. Otherwise, all units are open as follows:
       During Open Gun Deer Hunt, all deer hunters must check harvested
       deer at KDFWR check station at Redbird Ranger District Office. Squirrel              Open under statewide regulations
                                                                         Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations
       R.F. Tarter WMA (Adair & Russell cos.)                            Furbearers — Hunting        Open under statewide regulations
       See Tarter WMA.                                                   Deer               Open under statewide regulations & crossbow
                                                                                            hunting is permitted during the statewide season
       Rich WMA (Owen Co.)                                               Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations
       Office: (502)535-6335 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                Turkey — Fall Gun           Closed
       Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except
                         closed during Quota Hunt                        Crenshaw and Duncan tracts of Sauerheber unit are closed to all
       Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations, except           hunting but waterfowl Oct. 15 - March 15.
                         closed during Quota Hunt
WMAs




       Furbearers — Hunting       Open under statewide regulations, ex- Tarter WMA (Adair & Russell cos.)
                                  cept closed during Quota Hunt          Office: (270)465-5039 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
       Deer              Quota Hunt, any deer, Dec. 4-5, 1999            Squirrel           Open under statewide regulations, except
                         Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.                       closed during Quota Hunts
                         17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt       Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations, except
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-                          closed during Quota Hunts
                                  cept closed during Quota Hunt          Grouse             Open under statewide regulations, except
       Turkey — Fall Gun          Dec. 1-3, 1999                                            closed during Quota Hunts


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Furbearers       Open under statewide regulations, except                             18 - Oct. 15; any deer, Oct. 16 - Jan. 17, 2000,
                 closed during Quota Hunts                                            except closed during Quota Hunt
Deer             Open under statewide regulations for youth          Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
                 hunt, muzzleloader and crossbow seasons                                       cept closed during Quota Hunt
                 Quota Hunts, Zone 3 harvest regulations, Nov.       Turkey — Fall Gun         Dec. 1-5, 1999
                 13-17; Nov. 18-22, 1999
                 Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.        Grouse hunters are requested to check in and out. All deer hunters
                 17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts          must check in and out daily at the Pennyrile Forest nursery building.
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
                         cept closed during Quota Hunts         Twin Knobs Campground (Rowan Co.)
Turkey — Fall Gun        Dec. 1-5, 1999                         Office: (606)784-6428 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                                                                Squirrel          Closed
Quota deer hunters are not required to check in or out.         Rabbit & Quail Closed
                                                                Grouse            Closed
Taylorsville Lake State Park (Spencer Co.)                      Furbearer         Closed
Office: (502)477-8713 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)              Deer              Quota Hunt, any deer, Dec. 11, 1999, for persons
Deer              Quota Hunt, antlerless deer only, Dec. 4-5,                     with a disability which impairs their mobility
                  1999, for persons with a disability which im- Turkey — Fall Archery Closed
                  pairs their mobility                          Turkey — Fall Gun          Closed

Taylorsville Lake WMA (Spencer, Anderson & Nelson cos.)              West Kentucky National Guard Training Unit (Muhlenberg Co.)
Office: (502)477-9024 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                   Office: (270)273-3569 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except           Squirrel          Closed
                  closed during Quota Hunts                          Rabbit & Quail Closed
Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31, except closed during Quota Hunts    Furbearer         Closed
Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations, except           Deer              Shotgun Quota Hunt, any deer, Nov. 6-7, 1999
                  closed during Quota Hunts                          Turkey — Fall Archery Closed
Deer              Open Youth Hunt, any deer, Oct. 16-17, 1999        Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed
                  Quota Hunts, any deer , Nov. 6-7; Dec. 4-5, 1999
                  Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.       This area is closed to all unauthorized public access. Any per-
                  17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts         son age 16 and older entering the area for any purpose must ob-
Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-          tain and carry a Peabody user permit ($10) and sign a waiver
                          cept closed during Quota Hunts             form. Applications for permits may be obtained through local li-
Turkey — Fall Gun         Dec. 1-3, 1999                             cense vendors, or by writing KDFWR, Peabody Permit, #1 Game
                                                                     Farm Road, Frankfort, KY 40601.
All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must
check in and out daily. All deer hunters must check in at the    West Kentucky WMA (McCracken Co.)
beginning and out at the completion of each hunt Deer hunters    Office: (270)488-3233 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
may take two deer from this WMA, but may not take more than      Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except
one during a quota hunt. The area east of Van Buren Boat Ramp is                   closed during Quota Hunts
closed to all public access, except for Quota Hunts, November 1  Rabbit & Quail Nov. 23 - Dec. 31, (Tracts 2, 3, 6, 7), except
– February 29 as designated by signs.                                              closed during Quota Hunts
                                                                                   Jan. 1-10* (Tracts 1, 4, 5)
Tradewater WMA (Christian & Hopkins cos.)                                          *Subject to early closure based on hunting pressure.
Office: (270)753-6913 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)               Furbearer         Open under statewide regulations, except
Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except                         closed during Quota Hunts
                                                                                                                                             WMAs



                  closed during Quota Hunt                       Deer              Youth Quota Hunt, any deer, Nov. 6-7, 1999
Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations                                    Quota Hunts, any deer, Nov. 20-21;
Grouse            Dec. 1-31, daily limit 2                                         Dec. 11-12, 1999
Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations                                 Open Archery Hunt on Tracts 1-7 and
Deer              Quota Hunt, any deer/antlerless deer only as                     Designated Posted Zones, any deer, Sept. 18 -
                  determined by a random drawing at check-in,                      Nov. 4, Nov. 8-18, Nov. 22-26; Dec. 6-9;
                  Nov. 6-7, 1999                                                   Dec. 13 - Jan. 17, 2000
                  Open Archery Hunt, antlerless deer only, Sept.                   Open Crossbow Hunt, any deer, Nov. 8-18, 1999
                                                                                                               Continued on page 38
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       Turkey — Fall Archery         Open under statewide regulations, ex- Turkey — Fall Gun           Dec. 1-5, 1999 in Crittenden and
                                     cept closed during Quota Hunts                                    Caldwell counties only
       Turkey — Fall Gun             Closed
                                                                             Hunters must not hunt from or place a tree stand within 50 yards
       Deer hunters may take two deer from this WMA, but may not take of any property line. All hunters must possess a valid Westvaco
       more than one during a quota hunt. Bowhunters may no longer use Hunting Permit. For permit information, write Westvaco Corp.,
       a bonus WMA quota hunt tag during the Open Archery Hunt. All KY Hunting Permit, Box 458, Wickliffe, KY 42087; phone
       deer hunters must check in at the beginning and out at the comple- (270)335-3151.
       tion of each hunt. Gun deer hunters must not use modern rifles or
       handguns; only shotguns with slugs or muzzleloaders are allowed. White City WMA (Hopkins Co.)
       All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must Office: (270)273-3569 or 273-3568 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
       check in and out for all hunts at the designated check station. Small Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations, except
       game or furbearer hunters must not use rifles or ball or slug am-                       closed during Quota Hunts
       munition. Unleashed dogs are not allowed April 1 - Aug. 15, except Rabbit & Quail Nov. 23 - Dec. 31
       during department-authorized field trials and the early squirrel sea- Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations, except
       son. All vehicular traffic prohibited on Tract 6 Feb. 1 - April 16.                     closed during Quota Hunts
       No firearms are permitted on any posted zones at any time. Deer                         Quota Hunts, any deer, Nov. 13-17,
                                                                                               Nov. 18-22, 1999
       Westvaco-Columbus Bottoms WMA (Carlisle & Hickman cos.)                                 Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Jan.
       Office: (270)655-7004 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                                      17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunts
       SOUTH of DILLARD-WILSON ROAD:                                         Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations, ex-
       Squirrel             Aug. 17 - Oct. 31, 1999                                                    cept closed during Quota Hunts
       Rabbit & Quail Closed                                                 Turkey — Fall Gun         Dec. 1-5, 1999
       Furbearers           Closed
       Deer                 Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 - Oct. Quota deer hunters are not required to check in or out.
                            31, 1999
       Turkey — Fall Archery Sept. 18 - Oct. 31, 1999                        Yatesville WMA (Lawrence Co.)
       Turkey — Fall Gun             Closed                                  Office: (606)686-3312 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                                                                             Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
       Closed to all public access November 1 - March 15.                    Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations
                                                                             Grouse            Closed
       NORTH of DILLARD-WILSON ROAD:                                         Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations
       Squirrel             Open under statewide regulations                 Deer              Open under statewide regulations, EXCEPT
       Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations                                         a hunter may not take antlerless deer with a
       Furbearers           Open under statewide regulations                                   firearm during modern gun season & crossbows
       Deer                 Open under statewide regulations                                   permitted during statewide season
       Deer – Zone 1 Firearm         Open                                    Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations                Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed
       Turkey — Fall Gun             Closed
                                                                             All small game, fall turkey and furbearer hunters and dog
       All hunters using this WMA must possess a valid Westvaco Hunting trainers must check in and out daily at a designated check sta-
       Permit. For permit information, write Westvaco Corp., KY Hunting Per- tion. All deer hunters must check in at the beginning and out at
       mit, Box 458, Wickliffe, KY 42087, or call the Westvaco office. the completion of each hunt.

       Westvaco Public Hunting Areas (Caldwell, Calloway, Crittenden,     Yellowbank WMA (Breckinridge Co.)
       Livingston, Lyon, Marshall & Trigg cos.)                           Office: (270)547-6856 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
WMAs




       Office: (270)335-6216 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)                 Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations
       Squirrel          Open under statewide regulations                 Rabbit & Quail Nov. 1 - Dec. 31
       Rabbit & Quail Open under statewide regulations                    Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations
       Furbearers        Open under statewide regulations                 Deer              Youth Quota Hunt, any deer/antlerless deer only
       Deer              Open under statewide regulations & crossbow                        as determined by a random drawing at check-
                         hunting is permitted during statewide season                       in, Nov. 6-7, 1999
       Deer – Zone 1 Firearm     Open                                                       Open Archery Hunt, any deer, Sept. 18 – Jan.
       Turkey — Fall Archery Open under statewide regulations                               17, 2000, except closed during Quota Hunt


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Turkey — Fall Archery     Open under statewide regulations         Zilpo Campground (Bath Co.)
Turkey — Fall Gun         Closed                                   Office: (606)784-6428 (8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Mon-Fri)
                                                                   Squirrel          Closed
All small game and furbearer hunters and dog trainers must         Rabbit & Quail Closed
check in and out daily at the designated check station. All deer   Grouse            Closed
hunters must check in at the beginning and out at the completion   Furbearers        Closed
of each hunt. Deer hunters may take two deer from this WMA,        Deer              Quota Hunt, any deer, Dec. 11, 1999, for persons
but may not take more than one during a quota hunt.                                  with a disability which impairs their mobility
                                                                   Turkey — Fall Archery Closed
Areas designated by signs are closed to all public access Octo-    Turkey — Fall Gun          Closed
ber 15 - March 15.
                                                              The following public lands are not owned or managed by the
                                                              KDFWR and have special seasons and/or regulations for
The following WMAs are open under statewide hunting all hunting. For complete information, please contact the in-
seasons and regulations for squirrel, rabbit, quail, grouse, dividual areas at the addresses and telephone numbers listed
furbearers, deer, fall archery turkey and the spring squirrel below. Quota hunts require advance registration.
season. WMAs denoted by an * are also open for the Fall
Gun Turkey Season. WMAs denoted by a + are also open Blue Grass Army Depot (Madison Co.)
for the Zone 1 Firearm Deer Season.                           2091 Kingston Hwy.
                                                              Richmond, KY 40475-5010
Barkley Lake WMA (Trigg, Livingston & Lyon cos.)+             Attn: Land Manager
Beech Creek WMA (Clay Co.)                                    (606)625-6669 or 625-6328
Beechy Creek WMA (Calloway Co.)+
Carr Fork Lake WMA (Knott Co.)                                Clarks River National Wildlife Refuge (Graves, Marshall
Cranks Creek WMA (Harlan Co.)                                 & McCracken cos.)
Daniel Boone National Forest (Bath, Bell, Clay, Estill,       PO Box 89
  Harlan, Jackson, Laurel, Lee, Leslie, McCreary, Menifee, Benton, KY 42025
  Morgan, Owsley, Perry, Powell, Pulaski, Rockcastle,         (270)527-5770
  Rowan, Wayne, Whitley & Wolfe cos.), except Beaver
                                                              Fort Campbell (Christian & Trigg cos.)
  Creek WMA, Cane Creek WMA, Mill Creek WMA, Pio-
                                                              Outdoor Recreation Branch
  neer Weapons Hunting Area, Redbird WMA, Twin Knobs
                                                              Hunting and Fishing Unit
  Campground and Zilpo Campground                             Fort Campbell, KY 42223-5000
Jefferson National Forest (Letcher & Pike cos.)               (270)798-2175
Jones-Keeney WMA (Caldwell Co.)*+
Kaler Bottoms WMA (Graves Co.)+                               Fort Knox (Bullitt, Meade & Hardin cos.)
Kentenia State Forest (Harlan Co.)                            Hunt Control Office
Kentucky Lake WMA (Calloway, Marshall & Lyon cos.)+ Fort Knox, KY 40121-5000
Kentucky Ridge State Forest (Bell Co.)                        (502)624-7311
L.B. Davison WMA (Ohio Co.)*+
Martins Fork Lake WMA (Harlan Co.)                            Land Between The Lakes (LBL) National Recreation Area
Pine Mountain WMA (Letcher Co.)                               (Trigg & Lyon cos.)
Rough River Lake WMA (Breckinridge & Grayson cos.)*+ 100 Van Morgan Drive
Shillalah Creek WMA (Bell & Harlan cos.)                      Golden Pond, KY 42211-9001
T.N. Sullivan (Franklin Co.)*+                                (270)924-2065
Twin Eagle WMA (Owen Co.)*+
Tygarts State Forest (Carter Co.)                             Ohio River Islands National Wildlife Refuge (Lewis Co.)
                                                                                                                                        WMAs




Winford WMA (Carlisle Co.)+                                   PO Box 1811
                                                              Parkersburg, WV 26102-1811
                                                              (304)422-0752

        Share the tradition --                                     Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge (Fulton Co.)
                                                                   4343 Hwy. 157
         take a kid hunting.                                       Union City, TN 38261
                                                                   (901)538-2481


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                                           Kentucky Wildlife Telecheck Stations
                  Hunters, check your harvested deer and turkey by calling 1-877-CHKGAME (1-877-245-4263).

            ADAIR COUNTY                                Buren Boat Ramp on Taylorsville Lake.           days except during gun deer season).
            Kessler’s Grocery, Old Portland SW Adair    Smith’s Grocery, Jct Hwys 127 & 512, 3 mi       Railton General Store, Hwy 1297, 12 mi S
            County. Baker Grocery, 100 yds E of Jct     N of Lawrenceburg. Bowen Grocery, Jct           of Glasgow at Railton. Perkins Grocery, Jct
            Hwys 551 & 76 on 76 Lemmons Grocery,        Searcy & Willisburg Rd, 4 mi from Hwy 62.       Hwy 249 & 921, 12 mi S of Glasgow. Lowe’s
            Hwy 206, 15 mi NE of Columbia. Green        Anderson Frozen Foods, 212 E Woodford,          of Glasgow, Jct 1297 & 31 E By-Pass, (501
            River Bait & Grocery, approx 7.5 mi from    on Hwy 62 (Woodford St) across from City        South L.R. Wells Blvd, Glasgow). M & M
            Columbia on Hwy 551 at Jct W/West Egypt     Hall next to railroad track. Beaver Lake Boat   General Store, Hwy 921, ½ mi E of Hwy
            Rd. Spoon’s Grocery, Hwy 704 at Fairplay    Dock, 7 mi W of Lawrenceburg on Hwy 62,         87, Tracy (3149 Thomerson Park Rd, Aus-
            Post Office. Grants Grocery, Hwy 206, 12    turn on Beaver Lake Rd next to Hickory Grove    tin). Haywood Country Store, 5.5 mi S of
            mi E of Columbia. Flatwoods Grocery &       Fire Station, down Beaver Lake Rd, 2 mi to      Glasgow on Hwy 31E.
            Gas, Hwy 61, 6 mi S of Columbia. Downey’s   boat dock. Parkway Shell, S 127 next to Blue-
            Kwik-Stop, .75 mi N of courtsquare on Hwy   grass Parkway, 3 mi S of Lawrenceburg.          BATH COUNTY
            55 N. J&J Grocery, Hwy 80, 5 mi W of        Glensboro Grocery, Glensboro Rd, 12 mi          Crouch’s Grocery, Hwy 211, 4 mi S of Salt
            Columbia. Rodgers Dinner Bell, 4.8 mi N     W on Hwy 44. Minit Mart Food Store, US          Lick. Crooks Grocery, at railroad track in
            of Columbia on Hwy 61. Green River Mar-     62E, beside Hill Top Plaza. M&M Grocery,        Olympia. HD Farm Supply, approx 2 mi S
            ket & Deli, 9 mi N of Columbia on Hwy 55.   Old 127S at corner of Wildcat Rd, 1 mi from     of Bethel at Jct 36 & Rt 11. Williams Food
            Crossroads Bait & Grocery, at Jct of 551    Lawrenceburg city limits.                       Mart, Jct of Hwy 111 & US 60, Owingsville.
            & 76, 14 mi NE of Columbia on Hwy 551.                                                      Corner Grocery, Jct of Hwy 36 & 11,
                                                        BALLARD COUNTY                                  Sharpsburg. Clear Creek Market, 1 mi S
            ALLEN COUNTY                                Ballard WMA, 13 mi NW of LaCenter,              Hwy 211 Clear Creek Rd. Midland Gro-
            Mo’s General Grocery, Jct Hwys 1332 &       Hwy 473. Kevil BP, 1112 KY Ave, Hwy 60,         cery, 2 mi E of Salt Lick US 60.
            1288 at Halifax. J.L. Market, Hwy 252, 1/   Kevil. Indian Hills Trading Post, Hwy 51,
            2 mi S of Jct Hwys 31 E & 252. Ranger       3 blocks W of caution light (Int Hwy 60/51).    BELL COUNTY
            Bob’s Bait & Tackle, Jct Hwys 1533 & 252    Lloyd Key, 127 Leasetown Rd, Holloway           Hilltop Taxidermy & Bait Shop, Hwy 25E
            at Barren River Dam. Circle T. Tack, 2200   Ldg Rd to King Rd, 1/2 mi to Leasetown          N end Middlesboro. Lester England Store,
            Shores Rd, just off Perrytown Rd.           Rd. Lovelaceville Food Mart, Hwy 62, E          Hwy 119, 9 mi NE of Pineville. Don &
            Anderson’s Market, 6513 Mount Union Rd,     of four-way stop. Viniard’s Market, Jct         John’s Grocery, Hwy 119, 1 mi from Hwy
            near the Tennessee Line. One Shot Hunt-     Hwys 473 & 286 at Gage. Olde Time Tire          72. Middlesboro Police, City Hall,
            ing Supply, East Man St., across from Old   Store, Hwy 60 at Kevil.                         Middlesboro. Lee’s Country Market, 2 mi
            Houchens.                                                                                   E on 987 past Cubbage School. Tim Brocks
                                                        BARREN COUNTY                                   Taxidermy, Hwy 1344, 3 mi from Hwy 119
            ANDERSON COUNTY                             Jr. Foods No 30, 31 East, S of Glasgow, 1/2     on Hanes Creek. Deer Ridge Bait Shop,
            Country Gun Shop, Harry Wise Rd off Hwy     mi S of the Cumberland Parkway Int. Rigdon      2427 US Hwy 25 E, N of Middlesboro.
            127, 1 mi from Old 127 Business Dist.       Taxidermy, 2 mi S of Cave City, 1/4 mi off      Theresa’s Market, Stoney Fork, Hwy 221.
            Sportsman’s View, Hwy 1579, 1 mi from Van   31 W on Herbert Turner Rd (closed on Sun-


                                                     Kentucky County Code Numbers
                            Below is a list of county codes for reference when checking in harvested deer or turkey.
            001   Adair           021   Carroll         041   Grant              061   Knox             081   Mason            101   Robertson
            002   Allen           022   Carter          042   Graves             062   Larue            082   Meade            102   Rockcastle
            003   Anderson        023   Casey           043   Grayson            063   Laurel           083   Menifee          103   Rowan
            004   Ballard         024   Christian       044   Green              064   Lawrence         084   Mercer           104   Russell
            005   Barren          025   Clark           045   Greenup            065   Lee              085   Metcalfe         105   Scott
            006   Bath            026   Clay            046   Hancock            066   Leslie           086   Monroe           106   Shelby
            007   Bell            027   Clinton         047   Hardin             067   Letcher          087   Montgomery       107   Simpson
            008   Boone           028   Crittenden      048   Harlan             068   Lewis            088   Morgan           108   Spencer
            009   Bourbon         029   Cumberland      049   Harrison           069   Lincoln          089   Muhlenberg       109   Taylor
            010   Boyd            030   Daviess         050   Hart               070   Livingston       090   Nelson           110   Todd
            011   Boyle           031   Edmonson        051   Henderson          071   Logan            091   Nicholas         111   Trigg
            012   Bracken         032   Elliott         052   Henry              072   Lyon             092   Ohio             112   Trimble
            013   Breathitt       033   Estill          053   Hickman            073   McCracken        093   Oldham           113   Union
            014   Breckinridge    034   Fayette         054   Hopkins            074   McCreary         094   Owen             114   Warren
            015   Bullitt         035   Fleming         055   Jackson            075   McLean           095   Owsley           115   Washington
            016   Butler          036   Floyd           056   Jefferson          076   Madison          096   Pendleton        116   Wayne
Telecheck
 Stations




            017   Caldwell        037   Franklin        057   Jessamine          077   Magoffin         097   Perry            117   Webster
            018   Calloway        038   Fulton          058   Johnson            078   Marion           098   Pike             118   Whitley
            019   Campbell        039   Gallatin        059   Kenton             079   Marshall         099   Powell           119   Wolfe
            020   Carlisle        040   Garrard         060   Knott              080   Martin           100   Pulaski          120   Woodford


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BOONE COUNTY                                   US 60 in Harned. Frank’s Food Mart, Hwy         Carlisle Co Courthouse, Bardwell, Hwy 51
Beaverlick Trading Post, Jct Hwys 42 &         60 in Harned. Outdoor Adventures, 6 mi E        S. Biggs Grocery, Jct Hwys 121 & 307, 3
338, 4 m S of Union. Hooks Live Bait &         of Hardinsburg on US 60, 1 block from post      mi SE of Cunningham. Grogran Taxidermy
Tackle, ¼ mi E of I-75 on Hwy 18, store is     office.                                         and Pay Lake, Hwy 80, 1.5 mi E of Arling-
on the right.                                                                                  ton. D&D’s Market, Hwy 80, Milburn,
                                               BULLITT COUNTY                                  across from Methodist Church.
BOURBON COUNTY                                 Cricket Cross’n Sporting Goods, 5 blocks
Bud’s Indoor Shooting Range, 4245 Lex-         W of Hwy 44 & Hwy 31 E interchange.             CARROLL COUNTY
ington Rd, Paris. Dee’s Live Bait/Johnson’s    Sturgeon’s, 11702 Blue Lick, Louisville at      Glauber’s Sporting Goods, 4th St, 1/2
Grocery, 400 W 2nd St, Paris. Little Rock      Int of Blue Lick & Maryville Dr, 1/2 mi S of    block N of Hwy 42. Fish Barn, 1 mi S of
Grocery, 3501 Cane Ridge Rd, Paris.            Jefferson county line. Knob Creek Gun           Carrollton on Hwy 55. Minit Mart, 1 mi W
Debbie’s Country Store, 2111 Levy Rd,          Range, 1 mi off 31W on E Hwy 44 or 12 mi        of I-71 across from National Guard Armory.
Carlisle.                                      W of Shepherdsville on Hwy 44. Walkers          Johnson Grocery, SE of Carrollton on Hwy
                                               Lebanon Jct Hardware, 191 S Popular,            227. Elllis Shell Food Mart, Hwy 227 at I-
BOYD COUNTY                                    downtown Lebanon Jct. Fischer’s Sporting        71, next door to McDonalds. Wilson Farms,
County Line Grocery, Jct of St Rt 3 & Bolts    Goods, Shepherdsville, Hwy 61 N about 3/        Jackson Ridge Rd, 1/2 mi off Buffalo Rd.
Fork Rd on Boyd-Lawrence county line.          4 mi N of KY 44 Jct. Country Pantry, 2967       Sanders Market, Hwy. 36, Sanders.
Border’s Market, 1/4 mi past State Police      Kings Church Road, Taylorsville, take KY
Post 14 on US 60 (towards Ashland) in          1319 Kings Church Rd to .0 mi to KY 1531        CARTER COUNTY
Summitt. Speedy K Food Mart, Jct of State      Dawson Hill Rd, 2 mi N of KY 44 E. Ameri-       Valley Citgo, 4 mi E of Olive Hill, Jct Hwy
Rt 180 & I-64 (exit 185). Siglers, US 60, 1/   can Outdoorsman, 6234 D, North Preston          60 & I-64. Sparks Sporting Goods, Hwy
2 mi E of Cedar Knoll Mall. Omer’s Exxon,      Hwy, Louisville, across from Bullets Sports,    60, Olive Hill. Chaffin’s Chevron, 850
next to Hardees on US 23, Catlettsburg.        Hwy 61 N just N of Summit Dr. Cedar             Carol Malone Blvd, Jct of KY 1 & 7 & I-64,
                                               Grove Country Store, KY 480 approx 5 mi         Grayson. Hitchin Post Fast Stop, Jct of KY
BOYLE COUNTY                                   E of Jct Int 65.                                Rt 1 & 773 at Hitchins. Gifford’s Outdoor Shop,
Mr. Miser Grocery, Hwy 127, 4 mi S of                                                          Hwy 7, 5 mi S of Grayson. Raider Mart,
Danville. Minors Branch Grocery, Minors        BUTLER COUNTY                                   corner of US 60 E & Rt 1. Smith’s Market,
Branch Rd, 1/4 mi off Hwy 37. Sinkhorn’s       Embrys Bait & Groc, Hwy 79, 2.5 mi N of         KY Rt. 2 approx 1/2 mi N of Olive Hill.
Grocery, Main St, Parksville. Jimmy Elliott    Morgantown. Aberdeen Groc, N of
Firearms Sales & Service, Poorhouse Rd         Morgantown at Jct Hwys 79 & 231. B&J            CASEY COUNTY
near Craintown Rd Int. North Fork Trad-        Market, Hwy 369 at Rochester. Huntsville        Hickory Hills Market, Jct Hwys 127 &
ing Post, 500 ft from Int of Hwy 1822 & 37.    General Store, 2 mi S of Hwy 70 on Hwy          1552, 4 mi N of Liberty. Casey’s Grocery,
Johnny Rebs, Merchants Row downtown            106 in Huntsville. Kuntry Corner, Hwy 231       Hwy 78, 2 mi W of Hwy 243. Attwood’s
Perryville, 406 S Brell St. Griffith General   at Jct Hwy 1083, 9 mi S of Morgantown.          Grocery, Hwy 49 at Int of Hwy 1547, approx
Store, Alum Springs, old railroad crossing.    Dunbar One Stop, Hwy 70 W of                    9 mi N of Liberty on Hwy 49. Perry’s Mar-
Curtsinger Sports Center, Int of Old           Morgantown.                                     ket, Hwy 837, 2.5 mi S of Hwy 501. King
Stanford & Goose Pike.                                                                         & Lane BP Station, Hwy 127 by-pass in
                                               CALDWELL COUNTY                                 Liberty. Crockett Trail General Store, Hwy
BRACKEN COUNTY                                 Parkview Market, Hwy 62 E in city limits        206 & Hwy 70 Int 7 W of Liberty. Dunnville
North Fork Grocery, Hwy 19, Milford.           of Princeton. The Store-Fredonia Food &         General Store, Hwy 127, Dunnville.
Meyers General Store & Locker, Hwy 10,         More, Int of Hwy 641 & 91 in Fredonia,
Lenoxburg. Needmore Grocery, Jct Dutch         Cassidy Ave. Jerry’s Market, Hwy 91 S, 8/       CHRISTIAN COUNTY
Ridge Rd & Hwy 435, Augusta. Willow            10 mi from courthouse in Princeton,             No Telecheck Stations.
Farm Center, Rt. 1, Brooksville, Int of Hwy    Hopkinsville Rd.
10 & 22, 4 mi from Neave & 3 mi from                                                           CLARK COUNTY
Powersville. B&H Grocery, Int of Hwy 10        CALLOWAY COUNTY                                 Fox’s Grocery, Trapp, 12 mi S of Winches-
& 19, Powersville, 3 mi W of Brooksville       New Concord Groc, Hwy 444 & 121 S in            ter on Hwy 89. PDQ Bait & Tackle, 1128
on 19. Figgins Market, Hwy 10 in Berlin,       New Concord. Stella Grocery, Hwy 121 &          W Lexington Ave, Winchester. Miller’s
about 3 mi E of Lenexburg. Chevron Mini        299 W of Murray. East Y Grocery, Hwy 94         Market, 12435 Ironworks Rd, take Hwy 15
Mart, Hwy 19, S-W edge of Brooksville.         E & Hwy 280, 4 mi E of Murray. Wisehart’s       S to Trapp-Goffs Corner Rd near Powell/
                                               Grocery Store, Hwy 641 S at Int of 641 S        Clark county line. Winchester Hunting,
BREATHITT COUNTY                               & Hwy 1828. 121 Food Mart, Hwy 121,             Inc, corner of Broadway & Highland.
Parkway Marathon, Hwy 15 at Vancleave.         Coldwater.
Jackson Police Dept, Main St, Jackson. Wil-                                                    CLAY COUNTY
liam Carpenter’s Grocery, 1.5 mi W of          CAMPBELL COUNTY                                 Redbird WMA, USFS Ranger Station,
Lambric Post Office on Rt 542. T&T Mar-        Kwik Shoppe, Melbourne. Kwik Shoppe,            Peabody on Hwy 66, 2 mi S of US 421 &
ket, 1.5 mi W of Buckhorn Dam on Hwy           Claryville. Anderson’s Taxidermy, 1 mi N        80. Quickie Market, Jct US 421, KY 80 &
28. Lynco Inc, Shoal Br Rd, first right off    of A.J. Jolly Park on US 27. Kwik Shop #4,      KY 11, 1 mi S of Manchester. Hooker’s
KY 541 from KY 15. Wal-Mart, S of Jack-        AA Hwy Pendleton-Campbell county line.          Grocery, Jct of US 421 & KY 11, 1 mi N of
son on KY 15.                                  Grant’s Lick Market, 4 mi N Butler off US 27.   Fall Rock Post Office. Russell House Gro-
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                                                                                               cery, 1 mi W of Foggertown Post Office, Rt
BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY                            CARLISLE COUNTY                                 472. Johnson’s Gulf, 1/2 mi N of Burning
Jakes Rough River Archery, Hwy 259, 1/2        Duff’s Market, Hwy 62, 1 mi E of stoplight      Springs on US 421.
mi E of McDaniels. Laslie’s Deer Shack,        in Cunningham. Carlisle Co Sheriff Dept,

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            CLINTON COUNTY                                 ESTILL COUNTY                                      FULTON COUNTY
            Bill’s Aamco, 1 block S of Courthouse on       Sonny’s Discount Firearms Knives Pawn-             Wal-Mart, by-pass Hwy 51 in Fulton at Carr
            Hwy 127, Albany.                               shop, River Dr just past Dr. Hill’s office. 82     Shopping Center. Gannon’s Hardware
                                                           Foodmart, 7 mi N of Irvine on Hwy 82 at Hargett.   Store, Hickman, on 94 by-pass, E Hickman.
            CRITTENDEN COUNTY
            Hodge Outdoor Sports, Hwy 60, N of city        FAYETTE COUNTY                                     GALLATIN COUNTY
            limits, Marion. Binkley Archery, 4 mi out      The Gun Shop, behind Eastland Shopping             Sparta Chevron, Jct Hwy 35 & I-71 at War-
            Ford’s Ferry Rd. Stinnetts Grocery, Hwy        Center across from Lexington International on      saw exit, 3 mi N of Sparta. Glencoe Ashland,
            70 front of Hill at Dycusburg. Hanor’s Gun     Industry Rd. S&N Market & Meat Process-            Jct. US 127 & I-71. Smithfield Sport Shop,
            Shop, Hwy 60, 3 mi N of Marion. Rockwall       ing, 1322 Bryant Ave, .3 mi inside New Circle      Dry Creek Rd, 2 mi E of Jct Hwy 35. S&M
            Groc, Hwy 297 W at Sheridan. Pilot House,      Rd on Bryant Ave on corner of Morgan Ave.          Truck Stop, Jct I-71 & US 127. Sparta
            91 N from Marion, 9 mi on right. Lafayette     Evans Firearms & Archery, 117 Southland            Quik Stop, in city limits of Sparta. Napolean
            Heights Club House, 173 Lafayette Hts,         Drive, near Hunan’s Chinese Restaurant.            Carry-Out, Jct Hwy 16 & Tapering Point
            Hwy 70 at Frances. Mattoon General Store,      Wilson’s Meat & Grocery, Inc., corner of           Rd in Napolean.
            6 mi E of Marion on US 60. Rack & Spur         Victory Cramer Ave off Richmond Rd.
            Taxidermy, 1920 State Rt 70, Marion.                                                              GARRARD COUNTY
                                                           FLEMING COUNTY                                     Joe’s E-Z Mart, Hwy 27, 6 mi N of
            CUMBERLAND COUNTY                              Conley’s Grocery, N of Rt 32 on 1013 about         Lancaster. East L.A. Chevron Food Mart,
            Strange Bait & Tackle, Jct of Hwy 90 &         4 mi on right. Judy’s Grocery, Hwy 32, E           3/4 mi E of Courthouse on Richmond Rd.
            Hwy 61, in front of Pizza Hut. Cumberland      Cowan. H.M.P. Lure Co, 2 blocks on E               Dairy Mart, Hwy 27, 1/4 mi N of Lancater
            Sportsman Supply, Hwy 61 S, next to            Water St across from Flemingsburg Chev-            Courthouse. Rick Davis Slaughter & Pro-
            Shell Station.                                 ron Station. Jones Grocery, Sherburn, at           cessing Plant, 7 mi W of Berea, Hwy 954.
                                                           Bath-Fleming county line on Rt 11. Timmy’s         Camp Dick Food Mart, 4.5 mi N of
            DAVIESS COUNTY                                 Gas & Grocery, 9 mi E of Flemingsburg on           Lancaster at Int of Hwy 27 & 34.
            Frank Miller Sporting Goods, 537               Hwy 32. Foxport General Store, corner of
            Grabtree Ave, Owensboro. Sportsman’s           Hwys 344 & 1902. Darren’s Get-N-Go, 6              GRANT COUNTY
            Head Quarters, 7th St & Crabtree,              mi E of Flemingsburg on Hwy 32.                    Henry’s Grocery, Jct Hwys 330 & 36 in
            Owensboro. Postlewaite’s Groc,                 Wallingford Grocery, Hwy 559, S of                 Cordova. Bruce’s General Store, Hwy 25, 3
            Knottsville, 1/4 mi E of water tower. Bob’s    Flemingsburg, 7 mi. Rocklick Market, 5 mi          mi S of Williamstown, Mason. The Country
            Market, Jct 764 & Stevens School Rd, 1 mi      E of Hillsboro on Hwy 158. Robert Gro-             Store, Valandingham Rd in Mt. Zion. Fair’s
            S of Whitesville. Whitakers Guns, Jct Hwy      cery, Hwy 32 near Rowan county line, SE            Meat Process, 1 mi E of Four Corners on KY
            56 & 815 at W Louisville. D&D Hardware,        Fleming Co. Sharkey Grill & Grocery, Jct           36. Brown’s Boat Dock, 2 mi W of Crittenden
            Jct of Hwy 144 & Hwy 405. Highway 81           Hwy 158 & 801 at Rowan county line.                on Violet Rd at Bullock Pen Lake. The Coach
            Bait Shop, Hwy 81 at Friendly Village.         Conley’s Service Station, Hwy 57,                  Stop, 1 mi S Crittenden on US 25. Corinth
                                                           Flemingsburg. Daves Chevron, corner of             BP Station, Jct 330 & I-75. Wilson’s Mar-
            EDMONSON COUNTY                                business 11 & 559 across from Lettor Ford.         ket, Jct Hwy 25 & Rt 330 in Corinth.
            Webb’s Country Store, Hwy 728, 4 mi E of       Jent’s Garage, turn left at Grange City on
            Nolin River Dam. Hilltop Restaurant, Jct       Rt #211, go 3 mi, first garage past W.H.           GRAVES COUNTY
            Hwys 70 & 259, 1 mi N of Brownsville.          Shelleys Store (on right). Big R Inc, Hwy          Youngblood Discount Center, Hwy 121 S
            Salings Grocery, 1891 Wingfield Church Rd,     3301 between Beechburg & Wallingford.              at the “Y” in Mayfield. Wilson’s Taxidermy,
            2 mi SW of 743 on Hwy 1749. Farmer’s Pro-                                                         KY 303 (Cuba Rd) at M.M. 14 S of Mayfield.
            cessing Market, Hwy 185 S. Davis Rod &         FLOYD COUNTY                                       Curry’s Groc, 1.5 mi E of Purchase Parkway
            Gun, Jct 259 & Hwy 70, Brownsville. Dairy      Criders Grocery & Bait, Jct Hwy 194 &              on Hwy 45, Wingo. Boondockers Taxidermy
            Queen, S 259 Brownsville. Sailings Grocery     3385, 1.5 mi S German Bridge. Merts Guns           Service, Hwy 1684 midway of Hardmoney
            & Bait, 2884 Nolin Dam Rd, Hwy 72. B&B         & Ammo, Jct of Old Hwy 80 & New US 23              & Dogwood off Boaz Cemetery Rd.
            Market, Hwy 185 Jct Hwy 258. Porky Pig         at Allen behind Shell Station. Jim’s Bait Shop,
            Dine, Jct Hwy 259 & 422. Windyville Gro-       Rt. 302 near Dewey Lake Dam. Cardinal              GRAYSON COUNTY
            cery, Jct Hwy 70 & 655. Rich’s Hill Top Res-   County Store #3, near Jct Hwys 23 & 80, 3          Parkway Chevron, Jct Hwy 79 & Western
            taurant, 2 mi N of Brownsville, Jct 259 &      mi S of Dewey Lake. Rogers Self Service #3/        Kentucky Parkway at Caneyville exit. Day’s
            70. Forks Country Store, Int of Mammoth        Eastern Autobahn, Hwy 80 at Eastern in front       Pro Bass Shop, Jct Hwys 88 & 479 at Wax
            Cave Ferry Rd No 1352 & Cherry Spring          of Allen Central High School. Jerry’s Mar-         on Nolin Lake. Robbie’s Quick Stop, Jct
            Rd 1827. Lonnie’s Midway, Hwy 259,             ket, Rt. 979 beside Mud Creek Clinic. The          Hwys 54 & 79 at Short Creek. Logsdon’s
            Lindseyville across from Post Office.          Sports Store, US 23 beside General Dollar          Quickstop, Hwy 224, Clarkson. The Trad-
                                                           Store near Blackburn’s Land Scaping.               ing Post Bait & Grocery, 5995 Peonics Rd,
            ELLIOTT COUNTY                                                                                    Clarkson. Buck Country Outfitters, Inc, Int
            Bruin Market, 12 mi N of Sandy Hook on         FRANKLIN COUNTY                                    of Hwy 479 & Hwy 224, Millerstown. Irving’s
            Hwy 7. Furguson Market, Hwy 32, 6 mi S         Mike’s Guns & Archery, 511 Pierce Lane,            Smoke House, Hwy 187 at S on county line.
            of Sandy Hook. L&P Grocery, 1/4 mi W of        Frankfort. Riggs Gun Inc, 761 E Main St,           B&J Market, on Hwy 62, 1 mi from
            Jct 556 & Rt 173. Robo’s, Rt 7 Sandy Hook      Frankfort. Hilltop Market, 421 N, Frank-           Grayson-Hardin county line. Stop & Shop,
            next door to car wash. B&B Market, 1/4 mi      fort. County Line Grocery, 13060 Hwy 421           Int of Hwy 62 & 187. Manco Grocery, Int
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            from Jct Hwy 32 & 486. Cliff’s Quick Stop,     N, Frankfort. Broken Arrow Taxidermy, 21           of Hwy 62 & 736 at Do Stop. Ralph’s Mar-
            Jct Rt 7 & 504, Green. Homer’s Citigo Sta-     Grandview Drive, Frankfort. Gilberts Gun           ket, Hwy 259, 1 mi S of Anneta. Smitty City,
            tion, Jct 7 & 32 at Newfoundland.              Shop, 2262 Louisville Rd.                          Int of Hwy 259 S & Hwy 226 at Meredith.
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GREEN COUNTY                                   Grocer, 3 mi above Martins Fork Lake, Hwy       Grocery #3, Hwy 62 beside St. Charles Post
M&N Grocery, Hwy 61, 9 mi N of                 987, Smith. J&W Sporting Goods, back            Office. J&T Grocery, Hwy 41-A, Manitou.
Greensburg at Allendale. Sam’s Dog House,      street beside fire station. Als Cash & Carry,   Nichols’ Archery, turn beside Bluegrass
Jct Hwys 68 & 218, 8 mi S of Greensburg.       Bledsoe. Turner Grocery, Int of 221 &           Cycles on Hwy 112, 4th house on left.
Jerry Arnett’s, Russell Creek & Oak Grove      2008, Big Laurel (Perry County Rd). Glenn’s     Nortonville Supermarket DBA Bestway,
Church Rd between Hwy 218 & 88 at Grab.        Taxidermy, US 421, 6 mi S, Cawood. Cross-       corner of Main St & Walnut St downtown
Sportsmans Corner, 1635 Buckner Hill Rd,       roads Market Citgo Gas, Putney exit off         Nortonville. Backs Sporting Goods, from 4-
Greensburg. Gold Post, Hwy. 569 W of           US 119 to 522 & 2010. Whitetail Outdoor         way stop at Nortonville, go S on 41 approx
Bloyd’s Crossing toward Hudgins. Block         Archery, Cornett Furniture & Carpet across      2.5 mi. to New Salem Circle Rd, go to second
City Hardware & Grocery, 1 mi W of             street from Joe’s Barber Shop.                  blacktop road on right, business on the right.
Pierce Elementary School on Hwy 218.
Marshel’s Market, 3575 Hwy 1464,               HARRISON COUNTY                                 JACKSON COUNTY
Greensburg, halfway between Pierce Hwy         River Rd Bait & Tackle Shop, Hwy 36, NW         House’s Market, KY Hwy 30, Bond.
218 & Hwy 88 & Green River Bridge on           Cynthiana on River Rd. Leesburg Grocery,        Turner’s General Store, off the Square in
Hwy 1464. Greensburg Gas, 219 S Main,          US 62 & Leesburg & Newtown Pike.                Sandgap. Jackson County Central Dis-
Greensburg, across from Dairy Queen.           Claysville General Store, Jct Hwy 62 &          patch, 1st Floor City Hall Bldg, Main St,
Crossroads General Store, 7638 Hwy 88          1284, Claysville. Fryman Taxidermy, 602         McKee. Corner Quick Stop, Jct of US 421
at Doramsburg, Greensburg.                     Broadway St, Cynthiana. Bell’s Bait &           & KY 30 E. Rock Store, Jct Hwy 1071 &
                                               Tackle, 331 S Church St, Cynthiana. Kelat       New Zion Ridge. Earl’s E/Z Mart, 4 mi
GREENUP COUNTY                                 General Store, Kelat, Jct Hwy 1032 & 1744.      from Hwy 290 on KY 2003. Wilder’s Gen-
Brown’s Grocery, 6 mi S of Greenup, Jct        Colemansville Grocery, corner of Hwy            eral Store, 1584 US 421 N, near Big Hill.
Hwy 207 & Cup Creek Rd on Hwy 1. Jerry         1054 & 1032 in Colemansville Community.         Mill Creek Gun & Pawn, 327 Lower
& Debbie’s Grocery, Jct Hwy 7 & Little         Dryen Sporting Goods Store, S Church            Adkins Town Road, McKee. In-Gray
White Oak Rd 10 mi SW of Greenup. Su-          Street, Cynthiana. Belle’s Grocery, Buena       Hawk, W off US 421 on Adkins Town Rd,
per Quick #4, 2 mi S of Flatwoods, Jct Hwy     Vista, Hwy 392, 8 mi from Cynthiana.            go 3 mi to end of blacktop.
207 & 503. Wolfe’s Grocery, 2 mi N of
Kehoe on Hwys 2 & 7. A&B Grocery, 10           HART COUNTY                                     JEFFERSON COUNTY
mi S of Greenup, Jct of Hwy Rt 2 & Hwy Rt      Hester’s Grocery, Jct Hwy 88 & 728, Cub         Biff’s Gun World, 12706 Dixie Hwy, Valley
7. D.B.L. River Fishing Supplies, Jct of Old   Run. Green River Hill Grocery, .3 mi N of       Station. Field & Stream Outfitters, Inc,
US 23 & Jesse Stuart Bridge, Lloyd. South      Green River on 31E. Hesters Super Saver,        Taylorsville Rd, 1/10 mi W of Watterson Trail.
Shore Sporting Goods, one block S of US        31W across from Raglands Ashland Station.
23 on KY Rt 7. Coonkucky Sportsman             Monroe Grocery, Hwy 88 downtown Monroe.         JESSAMINE COUNTY
Supply, 4 mi S of South Shore Jct of Siloam                                                    Pa’s County Store, Lexington Ave,
Lane & US 23.                                  HENDERSON COUNTY                                Wilmore. Woodies Market, Inc, corner of
                                               Carl Billings Taxidermist, Hwy 266, 1/8         Tates Creek & Newman Rd across Fayette
HANCOCK COUNTY                                 mi E of Corydon. Bryant’s Groc, 15694           county line. Miller Bait & Tackle, 102 1/2
Weberstown Market, Jct Hwy 69 & 144,           Bluff City Rd, Henderson, SW corner of 416      B Lake Street, beside barbershop.
Weberstown. Pit Stop Service Station, Hwy      & Hwy 351, Hebbardsville. The Store,
60, 1 mi E of Hawesville. Ace’s Guns, Jct      Smith-Mills, corner of Hwy 136 & Powell         JOHNSON COUNTY
Hwys 271 & 334 across from Southwire Alu-      St. Hyde’s Grocery, Hwy 416 across from         Johnson County Regional Jail, Jct of US
minum Plant. Geary’s Grocery, Roseville,       Robards fire station downtown. Rideout’s        23 & 460 N of Paintsville. B&J Market,
7 mi N of Fordsville at Int of Pelleville-     Service Center, 1705 S Green St.                Jct Hwys 172 & 689 near Flat Gap. Lee’s
Lyonix Rd & Hwy 69. Eli’s Market, Pell &                                                       Short Stop, Hwy 1107, 1/4 mi N of Van Lear
Morton St, W Lewisport on Rt 334 (old Hwy      HENRY COUNTY                                    Post Office. Hilltop Market, US 23 S, 4 mi
60) River Rd.                                  Ace’s Grocery, Hwy 389, Lockport.               N of Paintsville at Nippa. Jimmy’s Hunt-
                                               Westend Recreation, Eminence, Jct of Jack-      ing and Fishing, Jct. KY 321 & US 460.
HARDIN COUNTY                                  son Rd & Sulphur Ave.                           Food City, 1/4 mi N of Paintsville on US 23
Steck & Sons Firearms, 3 mi N of                                                               across from Mayo Plaza. Davis Produce, US
Elizabethtown on Hwy 31W. Pence Oil Com-       HICKMAN COUNTY                                  Rt 23, 1.5 mi N of Johnson-Floyd county line
pany, Int of Hwy 84 & 62. S&L Food Mart,       A&W Grocery, 7 mi E of Clinton, Jct Hwy         beside Porter Elementary School. Ramco
6 mi NE of Elizabethtown on Hwy 62. Double     58 & 307. Clinton Police Dept, Hwy 51 N         Fuel, Jct of US 23 & KY 3224 at
L Grocery, Int of Hwy 84 & 920. Uncle Dan’s    in Clinton. JR’s Mini Mart, Int Hwys 80,        Lowmansville. Preston’s Taxidermy,
Pawn Shop, 5147 N Dixie Hwy. Spencer’s         123 & 58.                                       Johnson Hollow Rd off KY 321 (Old US 23),
Valu Mart, Hwy 62, Stephensburg. Sam’s                                                         2 mi S of Paintsville. Castle’s Taxidermy,
Food Mart, Int of Hwy 84 & 62.                 HOPKINS COUNTY                                  Johnson-Lawrence county line on US 23, 10
                                               Short’s Grocery, Hwy 70, 2.5 mi E of            mi N of Paintsville. Poor Boy’s Gun &
HARLAN COUNTY                                  Madisonville. Bud & Jan’s Grocery, Jct          Pawn, adjacent to Paintsville Tourism Booth
Home Supply of Harlan, Int of US 421 &         Hwys 109 & 502. Poore Ole Freddies Mini         on Broadway in Paintsville. Sportsmans
Old Loyall Rd, Baxter. Fields Feed &           Market, Hwy 813 S, Mortons Gap. Dawson          Palace, 129 Justice Branch, Sitka, KY Rt
Grain, Back St, Cumberland. Cornett Lum-       Springs Meat Market, Hwy 62 next to Dairy       201, 1.5 mi S of Lawrence county line.
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ber & Hardware, Hwy 38 W, halfway be-          Queen Rest. On Target Hunting & Archery         Dale’s Taxidermy, KY 469, 1½ mile S of
tween Evarts & Jones Creek. Saylors Gro-       Supplies, Inc., next to Southern States         Johnson-Lawrence county line at Keaton.
cery, Hwy 38 Cloverfork. D&B Market, Jct       Feedstore on Pride Ave. Lantrip’s Grocery,      Estep’s Grocery, KY 689 on Joe’s Creek
US 421 & KY 987, Cawood. Middleton             corner of Hwy 502 & 41-A, Nebo. Short’s         Rd, 2 mi from Jct 172.

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            KENTON COUNTY                                 LAWRENCE COUNTY                                  tion, Jct Hwys 10 & 57 at Tollesboro.
            T&A Tackle & Trolling Motor Service,          Fallsburg Grocery, Hwy 3 at Fallsburg, 7         Taylors Grocery, Sand Hill, near Jct of W
            Hwy 16 across from Whites Tower. Korner       mi N of Louisa. Buckanan Grocery, Jct            Hwy 8 & Crooked Creek Rd, 8 mi W of
            Market, corner of 14 & 17 across from Piner   Hwys 707 & 23. Ralph’s Market, Jct 469           Concord. Vanceburg Supply, 204 Market St,
            Fire Dept. Visalia Market, corner of Rt 10    & 32 at Martha. Holts Market, Hwy 32, 4.5        Vanceburg. Tobacco Warehouse, Double A
            & 177, 10 mi S of Covington, 4 mi W of        mi W of Louisa. Westside Market, 1 mi W          Highway, Garrison. Orcutt Grocery, Rt 59
            Alexandria next to Licking Rt 10 Bridge.      of Louisa on Rt 32 near Jct 23 & Rt 32. B&C      near Jct of Rt 1068 (Laurel Rd). Vanceburg
            Ainsworth Taxidermy, 468 Independence         Market, Jct 201 & 32, Blaine. Young’s Gro-       City Police Dept, 615 Second St, Vanceburg
            Station Rd., approx 2 mi E of Independence    cery, 8 mi E of Webbville on Rt 1185.            City Building, one block from courthouse.
            city limits off Turkey Foot Rd (1303).        Clifford Grocery, Hwy 3 at Clifford, 9 mi S      Country Market, Hwy 9 E at Tollesboro.
                                                          of Louisa. Skaggs Trading Post, Hwy 469          C&J Grocery, Rt 984 on Little Cabin Creek
            KNOTT COUNTY                                  at Martha. Happy Mart Auto & Truck               Rd near Jct of Owl Hollow Rd. B&H Fam-
            BP Service Mart, Hwy 80, Ball Creek. Carr     Plaza, near Jct Hwy 23 & Meades Branch           ily General Store, corner of State Rt. 344 &
            Fork Marina Boat Dock, on Carr Fork           Rd, 10 mi S of Louisa. Hylton Taxidermy          559 in Petersville.
            Lake. Knott County Jail, downtown             Studio, 6 mi S of Louisa on Hwy 23.
            Hindman. Bearville Market, KY 80,             Pelfrey’s General Store, 1.5 mi N of Jct 3 &     LINCOLN COUNTY
            Bearville. Halls Big Y Market, Hwy 160        23 on Rt 3 at Five Forks. Ced Gap, Hwy 32,       Everetts Grocery & Bait, Hwy 27, 1/2 mi
            next to Litt Carr Post Office. Red Fox Mini   5.5 mi W of Louisa. Lyon & Lyon Gun Shop,        S of Stanford. Hank’s Taxidermy, Hwy 39,
            Mart, Hwy 15, Red Fox. Jot’em Down            US 23, 2 mi N of Louisa. Dev Mart, Jct Rt 3      2.5 mi N of Crab Orchard. Corman’s Sport-
            Store, 1 mi N of Carr Fork Lake on Rt 1231.   & 1185. Ralph & Reva’s General Store, Jct        ing Goods, US 150, 1/2 mi E of US 27.
            Bentley Market, General Delivery, Top-        of Rt 3 & 1496. Sam’s Bait Shop, Rt 32, 3 mi     Martin’s Market, Old Hwy 127 at
            most. P&S Tackle Shop, Hwy 15 across          W of Rich Creek Boat Dock. Hall’s Bait           Moreland. Crossroads Market, Hwy 127 &
            from Red Fox Post Office.                     Shop, Rt 32, 1 mi E of Rich Creek Boat Dock.     78. Grocery/Gas Station, Jct Hwy 198 &
                                                                                                           Depot 81 in McKinney. The Ark Taxi-
            KNOX COUNTY                                   LEE COUNTY                                       dermy, S Hwy 27 at Hall’s Gap. Cummins
            Flat Lick Food Mart, Old Hwy 25E behind       Standard Oil Station, opposite courthouse,       Pawn Shop, Main St, Hustonville. DJ Food
            Flat Lick School. Murphy’s Market, Hwy        Beattyville. Steel’s Grocery, Jct Hwy 399 &      Mart, Hwy 127, 10 mi from Danville. Bait
            930, Jct 225, Artemus. Blevin’s Market,       587, 5 mi W of Beattyville. Hardy’s BP, corner   and More, Hwy 643, Crab Orchard.
            Hwy 11 N at Heidrick across from Post Of-     of Hwy 52 & 11 at red light. Thorpe’s Grocery,
            fice. River Road Market, 5 mi S of            Hwy 52 & 708, Monica 8 mi E of Beattyville.      LIVINGSTON COUNTY
            Barbourville on Hwy 11 & Jct 1809.            Begley Taxidermy, 2.5 mi S of Beattyville        Don Tracy Taxidermy, Sheila Drive off
            Brother’s Market, 7 mi N or Barbourville      on Davidson Rd, second house on right.           Hwy 60 in Ledbetter, turn beside Paducah
            on Hwy 11 at Jct 1304 at Girlder.                                                              Livestock Barn. Gee Jays, Hwy 60, Burna.
            Downhome Market, Hwy 225 across from          LESLIE COUNTY                                    Salem Ashland Station, Hwy 60, Salem.
            Artmus Baptist Church.                        Hensley’s Grocery, KY 699 at Yeadiss Post        LBL-Amco Convienent Store, I-24 & 453.
                                                          Office. Farmer’s S&T Hardware, 100 Main
            LARUE COUNTY                                  St across from courthouse. Family Market,        LOGAN COUNTY
            Magnolia Market, Hwy 31 E, S Magnolia.        2 mi up KY 406 at mouth of Grassy Branch.        Dot Store, 13 mi SW of Russellville, Jct
            Jack’s Trading Post, Hwy 31 across from       Triple R Food Inc, Int of KY 421/80 E 1482,      Hwys 1041 & 96. Minit Mart, Hwy 431 in
            high school. E-Z Stop Market, Jct of Hwy      mouth of Bob Fork. Huff Grocery, KY 257          center of Lewisburg. Adairville Hardware,
            470 & 61. Roanoke Food Mart, from             at Confluence Boat Ramp on Buckhorn              on the square in Adairville. Minit Mart,
            Hodgenville, Hwy 1607 to Hwy 1832, left       Lake. Mac’s Hunting & Fishing, Hwy               Russellville, Hwy 68 W across from
            on Dan Dunn Rd, approx 4 mi on right.         1780, 4 mi up Middle Fork near War Branch.       Emerson Company. Minit Mart, Hwy 68 in
            Sccats General Store, 1/4 mi N of Lincoln     Ted’s Tradin Post, 1/4 mi W of Hyden on          center of Auburn. Deerlick Store, corner of
            Parkway on Hwy 31E.                           KY 421 in Appalachian Motel Mall.                Hwy 107 & Dunmor-Deerlick Rd W of
                                                                                                           Lewisburg. Hunter’s Den, Hwy 431, N of
            LAUREL COUNTY                                 LETCHER COUNTY                                   Russellville at Int of Cooper Town Rd.
            Arthur’s Grocery, Hwy 192 W of London         Linefork Grocery, Hwy 160 at Kingdom             Crossroads Grocery, Hwy 03 at Plainview
            at Cold Hill. BOTCO, 244 W Laurel Rd,         Come Elementary School. Whitaker Jiffy           Buxville Crossroads. Loan Git Go, N Main
            Hwy 192 about 200 yds W. Paul Ott Store,      Mart, Jct Hwy 119 & 15 at Whitesburg.            Street, N of railroad tracks in Russellville.
            Hwy 80, 6.5 mi W of London. Bait Bucket,      Ted’s Stop & Shop, Deane Jct on Hwy 7
            Hwy 312 approx 2 mi N of I-75 at Corbin.      across from Deane Post Office. Bob & Betty       LYON COUNTY
            Arnold’s Market, Hwy 1193, approx 1/2 mi      Grocery, 5 mi S of Scotia Mine on Hwy 119.       The Tackle Box, Hwy 62, Suwanee. Tom
            from Hwy 192 at Bald Rock. B&W Mar-           Fancy Fruit & Produce, Neon Jct at Int of        & Barb’s Bait & Groc, Hwy 93, 5.5 mi S
            ket, 300 yards W of Jct of Hwy 80 & I-75      Hwy 805 & 317. Maggards Cash Store, Int          of Eddyville. Akridge Farm Supply, cor-
            interchange on Hwy 80. Coffey’s Grocery,      of Hwy 119 & 806, 1 mi above Arlie Buggs         ner of W Main & Fairview Ave, Eddyville.
            approx 4 mi E of London on Old Hwy 80.        Elementary School. Caudills Service Cen-         TJ’s Junction, Jct Hwy 93 & 247, 9 mi S
            Tony’s Bait & Tackle, Hwy 192 approx 4        ter, Hwy 7, 1/2 mi below Blackey Bridge.         of Eddyville.
            mi W of London. Lakewoods Market,             Isom Quik Stop, Hwy 15 Jct, Hwy 7 beside
            approx 10 mi W of London on Hwy 192.          Isom Post Office & Stable Restaurant.            MADISON COUNTY
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            Jeff’s Sporting Goods & Archery Shop,                                                          Hamm’s BP Station, 1 mi E of I-75 on East-
            on Hwy 25 approximately 7/8 mi N or KY        LEWIS COUNTY                                     ern by-pass, Hwy 876. Union City Grocery,
            State Police Post in London.                  Malcom Roe Grocery, Jct Hwys 59 & 1306           5.5 mi NE of Richmond at Int of Union City
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Cain Pole, 1/2 mi E of US 25 on KY 876 in      Taylorsmill Rds. A&A Full Service, corner       MERCER COUNTY
Southern Hills Plaza, next to Gibson Bay       of Hwy 10 & Dravo Rd. Kirk’s Place, N off       Henninger’s Archery Shop, 5 mi W of
Golf Course main entrance. Foley’s Outdoor     AA on Hwy 435 in Minerva, behind old brick      Harrodsburg on Cornishville Rd. Carl’s Ar-
World, 230 Patsy Drive, Richmond, W on         store. True Sportsman, Inc, Hwy 68 behind       chery, one block E of Jct of Jackson Pike &
Hwy 52 turn left on Justin Dr, turn right on   Motel 8. Johnson’s Live Bait, 2064 Duke St,     Hopewell-Bohon Rd (1 mi North of Bohon).
Patsy Dr, across from Southern States.         Dover, turn on Market St, right on Lueretia,    Leesburg Grocery & Farm Supply, 2599
                                               left on Duke St. Whaley’s Limestone Gro-        Perryville Rd, 5 mi W of Harrodsburg on US
MAGOFFIN COUNTY                                cery, turn off Double AA Hwy onto Hwy 11        68. Curren’s Garage, at crossroads in
John T. Arnett Store, approx 18 mi S of        toward downtown about one mi on right.          Salvisa (not open on Sundays). Terry’s Cor-
Salyersville on Rt 7 & 1/4 mi N of Rt 404 &    Jolly’s Delicatessen, take Hwy 3170 off         ner, Int of Bellows Mill Rd & Beaumont Ave
John T. Arnett School. Sportsman’s Unlim-      Hwy 11 at Lewisburg, about 2 mi on right.       in Harrodsburg.
ited Store, approx 3/4 mi E of Salyersville
on Rt 40 in same bldg as Salyersville Loan     McCRACKEN COUNTY                                METCALFE COUNTY
Company. Jerry May Taxidermy Art, 3.5          Paducah Shooter’s Supply, Hwy 305, 1.5          Trapper’s Fur Shed, 2436 Wisdom Rd, Jct
mi W of Salyersville on US 460. T&J Coun-      mi W of Paducah. West Kentucky WMA, 2           Hwy 640 & Hwy 861 in Randolph.
try Grocery, approx 8 mi W of Salyersville     mi W of Grahamville on Hwy 358. Melber
on Rt 460 beside Millard Hensley Elemen-       Mart, Clinton Rd (KY 339) approx 2 city         MONROE COUNTY
tary School. Conley General Store, in cen-     blocks N of Int KY 339 & 1820, Melber.          Gamaliel Shooting Supply, 1 mi W of
ter of Royalton on right side of Hwy 7 S.      Mike’s Guns & Supply, 4 mi S of Lone Oak,       Gamaliel, on Hwy 100. Fountain Run Gro-
                                               Int of Hwy 45 & Contest Rd. Kenny Randel        cery, Jct Hwys 100 & 87 in Fountain Run.
MARION COUNTY                                  (D.B.A. Ross Packing Co), 1/2 mi S of Lone      Grandview Sports Shop, Hwy 163, 1 mi N
Blandford’s Store, Jct Hwys 84 & 527.          Oak on Starr Hill Rd.                           of Tompkinsville Square. Pitcock’s Food
Calvary General Store, Hwy 208 in Cal-                                                         Mart, Jct KY 100 & KY 63, Gamaliel.
vary. Brady’s Grocery, Jct Old Hwy 68 &        McCREARY COUNTY                                 Croppers Market, S KY 87 at Tenn state
Hwy 412. Bird’s Place, Jct Hwys 49 & 337,      Randell Kidds Grocery, Jct Hwys 92 & 701,       line, 6.5 mi from Gamaliel. B&P Grocery,
Bradfordsville. Benning Field Quik Stop,       W of Stearns. Hansford Grocery, Jct Hwys        Jct of Hwys 1520 & 1049. Tompkinsville
5 mi S of Lebanon on Hwy 55. Deep’s Farm       1651 & 700, Marshes Siding. Roger New           BP, Jct of KY 100 E & Capp Harlan Rd, 1/2
Supply, across from Southern States Feed       Grocery, Hwy 92, 4 mi W of Stearns. Big         mi E of Tompkinsville Courthouse. Hix’s
Store, next to Pickrell Motors. St. Joe Gro-   South Fork Outdoors, N Hwy 27, Whitley          Gun Shop, 1 mi N of Tenn state line at
cery, Hwy 412, St. Joe Rd, Raywick. Coun-      City. Goodins Grocery, Mill Creek Rd, 1/4       Redhill. Main Street Grocery & Hard-
try Convenient Food Mart, Jct E Main St        mi from Jct of Mill Creek Rd & Hwy 896.         ware, 1/8 mi W of Jct of Hwys 100 & 87.
& Sulphur Springs Rd. Hart Mart, Jct Hwy       Perkins Meat Processing, second rd on left
337 & Hwy 68. The Gun Broker & Pawn            of Hwy 1044 Pine Knot. Barnett’s Taxi-          MONTGOMERY COUNTY
Shop, 243 W Main St, Lebanon. Sportsman        dermy, Hwy 700 E, 3/4 mi from US 27 on right.   Backwood’s Gun & Archery, Hwy 11, 1/4
Center, 543 E Main Street, Lebanon, beside     Stephens Mini Mart & Deli, Hwy 592 E, 1 mi      mi S of Mt Sterling. Creech’s Grocery, Hwy
County Side Florist.                           from US 27, Pine Knot. Beaver Creek WMA,        460, 4 mi S of Mt Sterling, Camargo. Fast
                                               Hwy 27, Greenwood. County Line Market,          Track Food & Fuel Center, S of Mt Ster-
MARSHALL COUNTY                                Hwy 92 E Whitley-McCreary county line.          ling on Hwy 460 to Comargo on right if go-
Baits n Bullitts Sporting Goods, Hwy 68                                                        ing south, beside car wash. White’s Cash &
at Aurora.                                     McLEAN COUNTY                                   Carry, approx 3 mi N of Menifee-Montgom-
                                               Phillips Super Save Market, 12 mi NW of         ery county line on US 460. Tim’s Taxi-
MARTIN COUNTY                                  Calhoun, Hwy 136, Beech Grove. McLean           dermy, 2 mi E of Int of Rt 11 & Sawmill
Jude’s Grocery, Jct Hwys 1714 & 2032,          County Locker, Hwy 81, Calhoun. Smith’s         Rd. Barnes Food Mart, Hwy 11 S, 8 mi S
Pilgrim. Mooney’s Sporting Goods, 1.5 mi       Taxidermy, Jct Hwys 136 & 81, Calhoun.          of Mt Sterling. R&D Food & Fuel Center,
E of Courthouse on Hwy 40. Horns Shell         Two Rivers Supply, Inc., .5 mi N on Hwy         8 mi E of Mt Sterling on US 460 E. Daniel’s
Mart, Rt 645 & Jct 1884 Milo Rd.               431 from Green River on E side of hwy. Sam’s    Store, 8 mi E of Mt Sterling at Int of US 460
Outdoorsmen Gun & Archery Club, 1 mi           Y Market, Sacramento, Jct Hwys 81 & 85.         & Hwy 213 S.
S of Rt 645 on Milo Rd, 1/2 mi N of Rt 40 &
Tomahawk on Milo Rd. Pappy’s Country           MEADE COUNTY                                    MORGAN COUNTY
Store, 1/4 mi S of Jct 645 & New Rt 3 on       Webb’s Town & Country, Hwy 144, 2 mi            Davis Country Convenient, Hwy 519, 8 mi
New Rt 3 (4-lane). Lovely Mini Mart, Hwy       W of Payneville. Midway Kwik Stop, 4950         NW of West Liberty. Ison’s Store, Jct Hwys
292 S, Lovely. Sheps Sports World, 1.5 mi      Hwy 79 at Midway.                               172 & 437, 8 mi NE of West Liberty. Go Go
E of Inez on Rt 40 across from KY Fried                                                        Drive thru Grocery, Hwy 460 W of West
Chicken. River Front Store & Restaurant,       MENIFEE COUNTY                                  Liberty next to Licking River Bridge. C.R.
3.5 mi E of Warfield on Rt 292.                Bottoms Grocery, Hwy 1274, 2 mi E of            Country Corner, Rt 460 in Ezel across from
                                               Longbow Boat Dock. Frenchburg’s Sport-          WWW Chev beside of Ezel Banking Cen-
MASON COUNTY                                   ing Goods, on back street of Menifee County     ter. 519 Food Mart, approx 4 mi S of Poppin
Bess Grocery, New Rt 10, 4 mi W of             Courthouse. Carolyn’s Grocery, 4 mi N of        Rock Boat Ramp on KY 519. Betty’s Gro-
Maysville at Highland Heights. Holman’s        Hwy 468 on Rt 1693. Lawson’s Grocery, 3         cery, 1/4 mi E of the Jct of 1715 & Rt 172
General Store, Jct 324 & Old 68, Mayslick      mi S of Hwy 460 on Wellington-Pomeroyton        on Rt 172 at Moon. Conley’s General Store,
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at 4-way stop. Ryan’s Farm Supply, Inc, 8      Rd. Ross & Halsey’s Grocery, Rt 1274 at         8 mi on Hwy 437 from Hwy 172, on top of
mi E of Maysville on Hwy 10, Rectorville.      top of Bangor Hill. Wellington Food &           Smith Creek Hill (Smith Creek Community).
Miller’s Quick Mart, 5 mi E of Maysville       Fuel, 9 mi E of Frenchburg at Int of US 460     Stacy’s Quick Stop.
off AA Hwy on corner of Stonelick &            & Rt 3342.

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            MUHLENBERG COUNTY                              OLDHAM COUNTY                                 at mouth of Adams Branch. Phipp’s Ar-
            Lake Malone Country Store, Hwy 973 near        No Telecheck Stations.                        chery, 9/10 mi up Peyton Creek off US 460,
            Lake Malone State Park entrance. Uncle                                                       Justiceville. Tug Valley Food Land, KY
            Lee’s Discount, Hwy 62 N of Greenville.        OWEN COUNTY                                   1056 in mini-mall, Buskirk. Michael Hunt
            Arndell’s Handi Corner Bait Shop, 5            Hunters Grocery, Hwy 330, Lusby’s Mill,       Woodworking & Produce Sales, KY 366,
            blocks N of Central City Fire Dept on Hwy      8 mi E of Owenton. Gaines Taxidermy, 110      1 mi on left up Feds Creek. A&T’s Lower
            431. Dan’s Grocery, Hwy 175, 1 mi N of 62.     Sunset Drive, Owenton. Bill’s Place, at end   Johns Creek Pay Lake, KY 194 (Lower
                                                           of KY River Bridge, Gratz. Cammack’s          John’s Cr) approx 1 mi W of Jct of KY 194 &
            NELSON COUNTY                                  Sporting Arms, Hwy 36, 2 mi W of              2061. Stump’s Service Station and Dog Sup-
            Keenes Depot, Jct Hwys 150 & 62,               Jonesville at Jct Hwy 36 & Golds Valley Rd.   ply, KY 632 (Upper John’s Creek Road) 6/10
            Bardstown. Olde Botland Grocery, Jct           Woods & Water Supply, 3.5 mi S of             mi E of mouth of Longfork. Stopover Quick
            Hwys 150 & 605. High Grove Grocery, Jct        Owenton, Hwy 330. Ellis General Store, 1      Mart, Stopover, Jct of 2062 & Hwy 194.
            Hwys, 31E & 48, High Grove. Mattingly          mi S of Monterey on Hwy 127. Owenton
            Food Mart, Jct Hwys 52 & 457, New Hope.        Gas & Food Mart, 105 South Main, limits       POWELL COUNTY
            Howardstown Minit Mart, Jct Hwys 247           of Owenton between traffic lights.            John Doe’s Market, Jct of KY 1057 & Little
            & 84, Howardstown. New Haven Quik Stop                                                       Hardwick’s Creek Rd, S of Clay City. Daniel
            (Marathon Gas), S of Hwy 52 on Hwy 31E,        OWSLEY COUNTY                                 Boone Trading Post, Hwy 11, 7/10 mi S of
            New Haven. Boston Food Mart, Jct of Hwy        Bob Terry’s General Store, Jct Hwys 30 &      Jct Hwys 11 & 15 at Slade. Rick’s Grocery
            62 & Hwy 61 in Boston on Hwy 62. Down’s        399, Vincent. Long’s Union 76, 1 mi W of      & Video, 5869 Campton Rd, Stanton
            Greenbrier Grocery, Hwy 49, 6 mi S of          Booneville on Old KY Hwy 11. Ross Gro-        (Bowen) along KY 11 & 15, 4/10 mi N of
            Bardstown, Greenbrier. Nelsonville Depot,      cery, Jct Hwy 30 & 399, Vincent. Boonville    KY 613 Int.
            Int of Hwy 52 & Hwy 46, Nelsonville.           BP, 1/2 mi N on Hwy 11 from Booneville.
            Handy Food Mart, Hwy 245, 4.5 mi W of                                                        PULASKI COUNTY
            Hwy 31E. Beech Fork Trading Post, Hwy          PENDLETON COUNTY                              Gossett’s Grocery, Jct Hwys 837 & 80, 8
            62E, 9/10 mi from Hwy 245 & Hwy 62 Int.        Wells Market & Sporting Goods, corner         mi W of Nancy. Morgan’s Grocery, Hwy
            Howies Restaurant & Food Mart, 3 mi N          of Main & Second St next to Falmouth Fire     192, Mt Victory, 14 mi E of Somerset. Paul’s
            of New Haven on Hwy 31 E.                      Dept. Flour Creek Service, Jct Hwys 27 &      Discount, Hwy 27, 2 mi N of Somerset.
                                                           177, Butler. Mt. Auburn Handy Mart, Jct       Oran’s Truck Stop, S of 27-70, 3 mi or 11
            NICHOLAS COUNTY                                Hwys 159 & Hwy 10. Grassy Creek Gro-          mi N of Somerset on Hwy 27. Naomi Gro-
            Tally Ho Liquors, Hwy 36 next to post of-      cery, Jct Hwys 467 & 17. Pappy’s Armory,      cery, 1/10 mi SW of Jct Hwy 761 & 1664.
            fice, Carlisle. Bobby Bowles Grocery, Hwy      US 127 & Earle St, next to NAPA.              Farmer’s Taxidermy, 1 1/10 mi S of Hwy
            32, 5 mi NE of Carlisle, Myers. D&D Gro-                                                     761 on Branch Rd or 1mi W of Hwy 235.
            cery, Barterville, on Bald Hill Rd. Laytarts   PERRY COUNTY                                  Lake Cumberland Outdoors, W Hwy 90,
            Grocery, ½ mi E on Route 32. Martin’s          Rolane Appliance & Marine, 2108 N Main        Bronston. Burnside Tackle, S Hwy 27 next
            Hunting & Fishing, 2 mi W of Carlisle on       St, Hazard. Joe’s Lycinda True Value, Hwy     to Shell Food Mart. 461 Pit Stop, 2 mi S of
            Pleasant Springs Rd.                           7, Fusonia. Express Mart & Bait Shop,         Rockcastle-Pulaski county line on Hwy 461.
                                                           Hwy 15 at Perry-Knott county line. Chavies    Crossroads Market, Jct Hwy 39 & Old Bull
            OHIO COUNTY                                    Food Mart, Hwy 28, Chavies. Roark’s BP        Rd, 8 mi N of Somerset. S&M Grocery, 15
            Minit Mart #71, Jct Western KY Parkway         Mini Mart, Jct of Hwy 7 & 699. T&T Out-       mi N of Somerset on Hwy 39 or 10 mi S of
            & Hwy 231. Fast Way Foods, Hwy 231,            doors, 318 Morton Blvd, next door to ARH      Crab Orchard. Pulaski Meat Packing, Hw
            Hartford. Dundee Food Mart, Hwy 69 N.          Hospital, Hazard.                             790 at Bronston, 3 mi from W Hwy 90.
            B J Bunch and More, Hwy 54, Fordsville.                                                      Wilson’s Service Station, W Hwy 80, Nancy.
            Fast Ways Food N#8, Hwy 69, Centertown.        PIKE COUNTY
            Silver Beach Feed & Tack, 231 N of Hart-       Lowe’s Grocery, KY 194 (Lower John’s          ROBERTSON COUNTY
            ford, 2.5 mi. Horse Branch General Store,      Creek) at mouth of Sycamore Creek Rd.         Bee Lick Tannery, turn left on Bee Lick Road,
            Hwy 62E, Horse Branch. Mitchell’s Gro-         Robinette’s Sporting Goods/Army Sur-          S Mt. Olivet. Cedar Creek Gun Shop, Rt
            cery, 10 mi N of Hartford on Hwy 231 near      plus, US 119 at mouth of Winn’s Branch,       165 S of Mt. Olivet, 2 mi, at Jct Rt 165 &
            Daviess-Ohio county line. Geary’s Grocery,     Zebulon. Food City, Town & Country Shop-      Cedar Creek Rd. Piqua Grocery, from Mt.
            Hwy 62, Rockport. Coast to Coast Hard-         ping Center near Sears & Roebuck on           Olivet go S on Rt 165 for 5 mi to Piqua, turn
            ware, Beaver Dam off Hwy 231 in Midtown        Williamstown Rd, Pikeville. Food City, US     right on Rt 617. Abness Blue Lick’s Gro-
            Plaza. Cat Country, 3 mi N of Hartford on      119 at Goody. Stump’s Gulf/Sporting           cery, Jct Hwys 165 & 68, Blue Lick.
            231. Casey, Buy, Sale, Trade & Pawn, Hart-     Goods, Jct of KY 194 & 632, Phelps. T&J
            ford & Iron Mountain. Rosine General Mer-      Family Foods, KY 194 at Kimper near Jct       ROCKCASTLE COUNTY
            chandise, 8205 Hwy 62E, Rosine. Bishops        KY 194 & 632. Roger’s Ashland Station,        Wildie General Store, Hwy 1786, Wildie,
            Grocery, Hwy 69, Centertown. Wal-Mart,         KY 610 at Jct KY 610 & US 23, Dorton.         5 mi N of Mt. Vernon. Bentley’s Service
            Hwy 231, N of Beaver Dam. Haley Junc-          Food City, US 23 N of Pikeville in            Station, Hwy 150, Brodhead, 6 mi NW of
            tion Grocery, Jct Hwys 54 & 69 outside         Weddington Plaza Shopping Center. David       Mt. Vernon. Mahaffey Sporting & Fishing,
            Fordsville. Haley Foods, Jct Hwys 54 & 261,    Crigger Taxidermy, 1.5 mi up Stratton Fork    N limits of Mt. Vernon on US 25, 1 mi S of
            Fordsville. Fast Way, 3 mi N Hwy 231, Bea-     off Meathouse Fork of Big Creek, Sidney.      I-75 & US 25 interchange. Bishop’s
            ver Dam. Granny’s Grocery, Hwy 62, 2 mi        Community Market, approx 1/8 mi above         Sportsmen’s Store, Hwy 2549, 2 mi S of
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            E of Horse Branch. Doolin’s Grocery, Mor-      Phyllis Post Office on KY 194. Regina Mine    Mt. Vernon. Peg’s Food Mart, southern lim-
            gan. Marvins Market, McHenry, Hwy 62,          Supply/Sporting Goods, US 460 at Regina,      its of Mt. Vernon on Hwys 25 & 150, 1/10
            W of Beaver Dam. Cromwell Market, Hwy          1/8 mi W of US 460 & KY 195 Jct. Ramey’s      mi W of I-75 & Hwys 25 & 150 interchange.
            231, Cromwell.                                 Market, 4 mi S of Elkhorn City on KY 197      EJ’s Market, KY 1249, 12 mi out of Mount

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Vernon. Lake Linville Boat Dock, Hwy 25,         Jewelry & Pawn, 212 Main St, Shelbyville.          WARREN COUNTY
Renfro Valley.                                   B&N Grocery, KY Hwy 395 & 12, 5 mi N               Shirley’s Country Store, Hwy 263, 10 mi
                                                 on US 60.                                          NE of Bowling Green, Richardsville. J&M
ROWAN COUNTY                                                                                        Gun Shop, Hwy 68W across from Western
White’s Ready Food Mart, 1/10 mi W of            SPENCER COUNTY                                     Gateway Shopping Center. Richpond Hard-
Rt 60E & 32E. Caudill’s Market, 4 miles          Faulkner’s Meats, Hwy 55, 2 blocks N of            ware, 106 Glenmore Rd, Int Hwy 185 &
on Rt. 377. Poppin Rock Outfitters, 7 mi S       Main St. Elk Creek Sport, Bait & Tackle,           1749 next to Green River. Steff’s Hardware,
of Morehead on KY 519. B&C Sporting              4.5 mi N of Taylorsville on KY 155. Brier          Rich Pond, KY, S of Bowling Green. Hadley
Goods, 5 mi N of Morehead on KY 32.              Ridge Grocery, Jct Hwy 248 & Old Briar             One Stop, 10 mi NW of Bowling Green on
Hook, Line & Sinker, 4.3 mi S of US 60 on        Ridge Rd, 8 mi E of Taylorsville. Eagle Food       Hwy 231 at Hadley. 231 Market, 6 mi E of
KY 801 across from Scott’s Creek Boat            Mart, 2 mi E of Taylorsville on KY 44 on           Bowling Green on Hwy 231. Three Forks
Ramp. Cave Run Lake Mart/BP Station,             the right before Settler’s Trace Ramp. Pump-       Grocery, Smith Grove, 10604 Smith Grove
Jct I-64 & KY 801. Fin, Fur & Feather,           kin Patch General Store, 5 mi W of                 Rd, Int. 101 & 1402.
US 60 in Farmers beside post office. Crash’s     Taylorsville on KY 44, Waterford. Bounty
Landing, KY 801 below Minor Clark Fish           Hunter Lures, Hwy 155 just N of Dairy              WASHINGTON COUNTY
Hatchery. Nolen Market, 1 mi E of 377 &          Queen. Settler’s Trace Grocery, KY 248 &           Corner Market, Jct Hwys 53 & 433,
799 Jct. A&R Market, 5 mi E of Morehead          KY 2239, 3 mi E of Taylorsville. Crossroads        Willisburg. Mackville General Store, corner
on KY Rt 32. Roe Grocery, Jct 504 to Rt 32       Market & Deli, Int KY 155 & 55.                    of 152 & 438, Mackville. E-Z Stop, corner of
at Ellliottville. Buckskin Run, below Cave                                                          Blue Grass Parkway & Hwy 555. The Out
Run Dam on KY 801.                               TAYLOR COUNTY                                      Door Shop, corner of 55 & 150, Springfield.
                                                 The Ol’ Mule, 11528 Hodgenville Rd, 12
RUSSELL COUNTY                                   mi N of Campbellsville, Hwy 210. Parker            WAYNE COUNTY
Convenient Food Mart, Jct Hwys 80 & US           Marine, 2 mi S of Campbellsville on Hwy            E&E General Store, Hwy 167, 1 mi SW of
127, Russell Springs. Kracker Barrel Gen-        55 (Columbia Rd). South Fork Food & Deli,          Monticello. Branscum’s Grocery, Hwy 776,
eral Store, Jct Hwys 76 & 1611 in Eli. Lake      Hwy 55 South, 1 mi from Campbellsville.            1/4 mi from Clay Hill Church. Sue’s Handy
Cumberland Country Store, 7 mi S of              McMahan Taxidermy, Hwy 68 S, 1 mi turn             Mart, Jct Hwy 90 Bypass & Hwy 92. Susie’s
Jamestown on Hwy 127 on left 1.5 mi N of         right at light, second house past radio station.   Market, W Hwy 90, above Otter Creek, Susie.
Lake Cumberland State Park entrance. D&R                                                            Jerry’s Sporting Goods, Monticello, Hwy 90,
Grocery, Jct Hwy 379 & 55. Parkway               TRIGG COUNTY                                       Tradeway Shopping Center. Taxidermy
Chevron & Food Mart, on bypass Jct Hwy           Canton One Stop Market, 11 mi W of                 Shop, 1 mi W on Hwy 90 from Monticello.
127 & 619. Wades Discount, 2 mi E of             Cadiz Hwy 68, 1/4 mi E of Barkley Lake
Russell Springs on right on Hwy 80 (Hours:       Bridge Hwy 68. Handy Korner Market, Jct            WEBSTER COUNTY
Monday - Saturday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.). Sullivan      Hwy 274 & Rockcastle Rd, 8 mi NW of                E-Z Service Center, 1/2 mi N of stoplight
Produce, 1 mi S of Pulaski-Russell county        Cadiz. Hawk Eye Korner, 10271 S Rd, Int            on Hwy 41, Sebree. Turner’s Sporting
line on Hwy 196. G&H Grocery, 12 mi SW           of Hwy 139 & 164, 10 mi S of Cadiz. LBL            Goods, 2 mi W of Providence stoplight on
of Nancy on Hwy 196. Adams Bait &                Taxidermy, corner of 2nd & Glendale,               Hwy 120. Dixon Conoco, Int of Hwy 41-A
Tackle, North Main St, Jamestown at BP           Cadiz. Lakeview One Stop, 200 yds E of             & 132, Dixon. Central Auto Parts, SE cor-
Station. Hadley’s Grocery, approx 4 mi N         Barkley Bridge on Hwy 68. Roaring                  ner of Main & Elm, Clay. Zachary Gulf Sta-
of Russell Springs on right on Hwy 127.          Springs Market, approx 10 mi E of Hwy              tion, Hwy 41, Slaughters.
                                                 139 on Hwy 164.
SCOTT COUNTY                                                                                        WHITLEY COUNTY
Hiview Meats, Hwy 25, 1 mi S of Sadieville.      TODD COUNTY                                        Bacon Creek Gun Shop, S Corbin on Hwy
Stones Taxidermy, 418 N Broadway, US 25          Todd County (Emergency Opr Ctr),                   25-W. The Fishin Buddy, 10 mi S of Corbin
N at city limits & Elkhorn Creek. Hafley’s       Elkton, adjacent to jail. Wells Grocery, Hwy       on Bee Creek Rd. Bee Creek Market &
Sporting Shop, Great Crossing at Elkhorn         171 & 107, Kirkmansville, Elkton.                  Boat Storage, Hwy 1277-Bee Creek Rd, 11
Creek, corner of Lloyd Rd, Hwy 227.              Mansfield Grocery, Hwy 181, Clifty.                mi S of Corbin. Davenport’s Market, Hwy
Deepwoods Taxidermy, 336 Main St,                                                                   25, 2 mi N of Williamsburg. Martin’s Coun-
Stamping Ground. Stonewall Grocery               TRIMBLE COUNTY                                     try Place, Jct of Hwy 779 & Tye’s Ferry Rd.
Store, 3 mi N of US 32, between Frogtown         Teddy Bear Shop, Jct of Hwy 42 & 421 in
Rd & North Rays Fork on US 25. Jim’s Bait        Bedford across from courthouse. Kentucky           WOLFE COUNTY
& Tackle, 625 N Broadway, Georgetown.            Souvenir Shop, KY 421, downtown Milton.            Halsey’s True Value, across from library,
                                                 Ribman Smokehouse, 4 mi W of Bedford               Main St, Campton. Lockard’s Grocery &
SIMPSON COUNTY                                   on US 42.                                          Service Station, Main & State St, Hazel
Woods & Waters, Henson Rd, Hwy 622,                                                                 Green. Kenny’s Gas & Grocery, 1 mi N of
Franklin. Stella’s Lil Ol Store, US 31W, 3       UNION COUNTY                                       Bethany on Hwy 15, W side of the Rd.
mi N of Franklin.                                Higginson-Henry WMA, 5.5 mi SE of                  Lindon Grocery & Hardware, Jct of Hwy
                                                 Morganfield. Clevidence Ashland Station,           205 & 1094, 2 mi S Mt Parkway, Lee City.
SHELBY COUNTY                                    end of Hwy 130 at Floodwall in Uniontown.          Corner Marathon, Jct of Hwy 715 & 15,
Carriss Grocery, Jct Hwys 53 & 44,               Wright’s Taxidermist & Sporting Goods,             Pine Ridge. D&D Grocery, Jct of Hwys
Southville, 8 mi S of Shelbyville. J.T.’s Food   432 Mulberry, Uniontown. Moore’s Corner,           1010, 191 & 203, Hazel Green.
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Mart, Hwy 60, 1/2 mi E of Jct Hwys 1871          8 mi W on Hwy 56 from Morganfield at Jct
& 60. Country Time Market, Hwy 60, 1.5           Hwy 56 & Hwy 109. Gene’s Croppie                   WOODFORD COUNTY
mi W of Hwy 395 & Peytonia Garage. Barr’s        Shack, Old Providence Rd, 1/2 mi from Hwy          Gray’s Millville Market, on main rd in
Grocery, Main St, Simpsonville. Tinker’s         1508 on Trade Water River.                         Millville.

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                  1999-2000 Kentucky Hunting Seasons
DEER
                                                                                                         REPORT
 Modern Gun
   Zones 1-5
   Zone 6
                Nov. 13-22, 1999
                Nov. 13-17, 1999
                                                                                                       A POACHER
 Muzzleloader Oct. 23-24, 1999; Dec. 11-17, 1999
 Archery        Sept. 18, 1999 - Jan. 17, 2000
 Youth Hunt Weekend
 Zone 1 Firearm
                            Oct. 16-17, 1999
                    Dec. 18-19, 1999
                                                                                                           Call
FALL TURKEY
Fall (archery only)      Sept. 18 - Dec. 31, 1999, closed during a county’s modern gun deer season
                                                                                                     1-800-25ALERT
Fall (gun)          Dec. 1-5, 1999*
*Open in 42 Kentucky counties: Check hunting guide for list of counties.                                (1-800-252-5378)
SQUIRREL
  Spring            June 5-18, 1999
                                                                                                        to report wildlife
  Fall              Aug. 21, 1999 - Jan. 31, 2000, closed during a county’s modern gun deer season
                                                                                                          law violators.
RABBIT & QUAIL
  Nov. 23, 1999 - Jan. 31, 2000, in the following counties: Allen, Ballard, Butler, Caldwell,
Calloway, Carlisle, Christian, Crittenden, Daviess, Fulton, Graves, Hancock, Henderson,                   This number is for reporting
Hickman, Hopkins, Livingston, Logan, Lyon, Marshall, McLean, McCracken, Muhlenberg, Ohio,                      wildlife violations
Simpson, Todd, Trigg, Union, Warren and Webster.                                                          or similar emergencies only.
 Nov. 1, 1999 - Jan. 31, 2000, in the remainder of the state, except closed during a county’s
modern gun deer season.                                                                                Operators not equipped to handle
                                                                                                       routine requests for information
GROUSE                                                                                                        or to transfer calls.
   the day after a county’s modern gun deer season closes through the end of February in the
following counties only: Adair, Bath, Bell, Boyd, Bracken, Breathitt, Campbell, Carter, Clark,
Clay, Clinton, Cumberland, Elliott, Estill, Fleming, Floyd, Garrard, Greenup, Harlan, Harrison,
                                                                                                           For general information,
Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Lewis, Lincoln, Madison,                  call weekdays
Magoffin, Martin, Mason, McCreary, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, Nicholas, Owsley,                      1-800-858-1549 or (502)564-4336
Pendleton, Perry, Pike Powell, Pulaski, Robertson, Rockcastle, Rowan, Russell, Wayne, Whitley              8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Eastern.
and Wolfe counties.

RACCOON & OPOSSUM HUNTING (No trapping allowed)
  Nov. 1 - noon, the day after a county’s modern gun deer season closes

FURBEARER HUNTING & TRAPPING                                                                         FEDERAL WILDLIFE LAW
  Noon the day after a county’s modern gun deer season closes - noon, Feb. 1
(Includes raccoon, opossum, mink, muskrat, beaver, red fox, gray fox, weasel and striped skunk)      (Synopsis Only) Lacey Act Amendments
                                                                                                     of 1981, 16 USC 3371-3378
BOBCAT
Eastern Bobcat Zone
   the day after a county’s modern gun deer season closes through January 31, in the
                                                                                                     Prohibited Acts: It is unlawful for any
following counties only: Bell, Boyd, Breathitt, Carter, Clay, Elliott, Estill, Floyd, Greenup,       person to import, export, transport, sell,
Harlan, Jackson, Johnson, Knott, Knox, Laurel, Lawrence, Lee, Leslie, Letcher, Lewis, Magoffin,      receive, acquire or purchase in interstate
Martin, McCreary, Menifee, Morgan, Owsley, Perry, Pike, Powell, Pulaski, Rockcastle, Rowan,          or foreign commerce; any fish, wildlife
Wayne, Whitley and Wolfe.                                                                            or plant taken, possessed, transported, or
                                                                                                     sold in violation of any law or regulation
Western Bobcat Zone                                                                                  of any state, or in violation of any for-
   the day after a county’s modern gun deer season closes through January 31, in the                 eign law.
following counties only: Ballard, Caldwell, Calloway, Carlisle, Christian, Crittenden, Daviess,
Fulton, Graves, Hancock, Henderson, Hickman, Hopkins, Livingston, Logan, Lyon, Marshall,             Criminal penalties
McCracken, McLean, Muhlenberg, Ohio, Todd, Trigg, Union and Webster.
                                                                                                     Felony: $20,000 fine or up to 5 years
COYOTE
                                                                                                       imprisonment or both
 Open year-round.                                                                                    Misdemeanor: $10,000 fine or up to 1
When firearms are permitted for deer hunting, coyote may be taken only by a legal deer hunter.         year imprisonment or both

WILD HOG                                                                                             Rewards are furnished to individuals
  Open year-round in all counties except McCreary County*.                                           providing information that leads to an
*Refer to hunting guide for details.                                                                 arrest or criminal conviction for viola-
                                                                                                     tions of above.
                 Seasons on Public Wildlife Areas often differ from those above.
                      Refer to the Kentucky Hunting and Trapping Guide.
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