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- How can I find accurate maps to help locate game management unit (GMU) boundaries on the ground?
There are several sources available that offer detailed maps of Game Management Unit boundaries in Washington State. The first place you can check is the GoHunt mapping tool, which is available on the WDFW website at http://apps.wdfw.wa.gov/gohunt/. You can even search by species to help you na ...
- Where can I hunt in Washington?
Start your search with one or all of these three sources: 1. Contact a WDFW Regional Office for tips. 2. Send an email to the Wildlife Program or call them at (360) 902-2515. 3. Check out one of our Hunting Pamphlets.
- I heard access to the area I hunt is closed, what can I do?
To find out other access options, contact a WDFW Regional Office. Contact information can be found on the WDFW website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/about/regions/.
- Where can I see harvest data?
You can see the most recent harvest data by looking through WDFW's game harvest reports. These reports provide hunter numbers, hunter success, harvest totals, and more for several game species. Game harvest reports can be found on the WDFW website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/harvest/.
- How can I get hunting tips online from someone who works out in the field?
Hunting prospects provide hunting forecasts from district biologists based on their field work and surveys. The prospects offer helpful advice to scout your next hunting trip. Hunting prospects can be found on the WDFW website at http://wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/prospects/. They are updated every yea ...
- Where can I view and print a map with public and private land info? What else does it provide?
Check out the GoHunt mapping tool. GoHunt also shows roads, game management unit (GMU) boundaries and more. If you need help using GoHunt, check out the GoHunt YouTube tutorial. If you need more help using GoHunt, contact the Wildlife Program in one of two ways: 1. Online at wildthing@dfw ...