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Category » Hunting Areas and Maps
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- How can I find accurate maps to help locate game management unit (GMU) boundaries on the ground?
Refer to the WDFW Game Management Unit website or the GoHunt website. A listing of potential sources of GMU maps can be found in the Big Game Hunting Regulation Pamphlet.
- Where can I hunt in Washington?
Consult the appropriate Hunting Regulation Pamphlet for open seasons by species and area (Big Game Hunting Regulation pamphlet; Spring Wild Turkey pamphlet; Upland Bird and Waterfowl pamphlet). Contact your local WDFW Regional Office for tips on hunting areas, or the WDFW Wildlife Program at (3 ...
- How could I quickly obtain hunting information and tips from someone who works out in the field?
Hunting Prospects provides hunting forecasts from District Biologists based on surveys and field work. These summaries offer helpful advice to scout your next hunting opportunity.
- I heard that access to the area I hunt is closed, what can I do?
To find out more information about a location, including alternative access options, please contact a WDFW Regional Office. While portions of an area might be inaccessible, please call to verify if other sections are accessible.
- Is there a way to find out where people were successful to help scout a hunting location?
Game Harvest Reports provide annual harvest statistics based on hunter reporting that outlines information such as hunter numbers, hunter success percentages, and harvest totals for species. The data also breaks down statistical figures for categories such as weapon type or game gender, along w ...
- Where can I view and print a map displaying public and private lands hunting opportunities, as well as roads, topographical features, and game management unit (GMU) boundaries?
Check out GoHunt, WDFW’s interactive mapping tool. If you need assistance using GoHunt, an online tutorial outlines the various features and components. If you need additional assistance using GoHunt, please contact the Wildlife Program at email@example.com or (360) 902-2515.