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Old 01-13-2018, 02:13 PM
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I hunt in Redlands WMA which is part of Oconee national forest.

Is there enough forest land down there to hunt in ONF (outside Redlands WMA)?

I would like to buy a map Oconee national forest map from US Forest Service, does this map show the lands which are public property and which are not part of WMA?

Thanks in advance.
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You can get a map at check station. BB
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Hwy 441 South toward Eatonton is Natl Forest HQ and u can get
a good map....About 6-7 miles and on the right side of the road..
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I hunt in Redlands WMA which is part of Oconee national forest.

Is there enough forest land down there to hunt in ONF (outside Redlands WMA)?

I would like to buy a map Oconee national forest map from US Forest Service, does this map show the lands which are public property and which are not part of WMA?

Thanks in advance.
Most of the USFS land outside WMAs is in Jasper county and there's thousands of acres you can hunt that's not part of Redlands or Cedar Creek. The forest service map shows all the national forest land and shows which parts are included in Cedar Creek and Redlands.
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Most of the USFS land outside WMAs is in Jasper county and there's thousands of acres you can hunt that's not part of Redlands or Cedar Creek. The forest service map shows all the national forest land and shows which parts are included in Cedar Creek and Redlands.
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Check it out during muzzle loader week. There's no one down there..
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