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Old 09-09-2005, 01:20 AM
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What are the rules for hikin on a WMA during deer season. My girlfriend wants to go the next sunday (the 18th), and the only place i know well enough to go hiking up is the blue ridge WMA, cuase ive spent time hunting on it and have scouted out some pretty areas. thanks for your help--Bubba
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Old 09-09-2005, 06:44 AM
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most of them dont allow hiking before 10am.
Also if its gun season , she should wear
safty orange. I would suggest some orange even
in bow season also.
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You can still hike anywhere on the AT....

hunters have to be off the trail a minimum distance...

during bow season I wouldn't worry , during rifle season make sure you wear a hunter orange vest...

git on out there and enjoy the hike....
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Stay on the AT, it's safest.
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