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    i had the same problem this year....i hunted in zone 50 and according to the F&G digest my area isn't on the public hunting land.....i checked with the county parks and rec they said it's fine i just needed to get a FREE county permit through them just so they can keep track of whose on the land
    That's what you do down there in australia, you drink, you fight, and you kill kangaroo's

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    Thats why you need to read the boundary descriptions.
    thanks guys the fg map doesnt help on boundaries much
    Who needs to read when you can look at pictures....

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    any body wanna hilight for me

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    I bought a Hagstrom road map and went by the zone boundaries and also marked the zone out that I hunt. Another neat thing to try is going on Google earth and outlining the areas in there and printing them out so u have a actual view of stuff.
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    who remembers the WMA book from the 80's
    The act of killing is visceral .......




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    who remembers the WMA book from the 80's
    I miss that book.

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    i still have that book but where can you find a map like they use when you check in your deer that have the location number they always ask for

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    bill nailed it. I have a nj map that I used a hi lighter to out line the zones I hunt. Makes it very easy.
    I second or third that!


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    I would like to try hunting at longpond and norvin state park on the list of state parks it gives a % of how much is hunt able are there maps to show these area's I look on the dcnr web site but could not find any maps that show a shaded or other detail of huntable woods

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