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Private Lands Hunting Opportunities
Weaver Creek Pond
Land Access Information
Hunt Type: Feel Free to Hunt
What's Huntable Here
Start: Two hours before hunting hours. End: One hour after hunting hours.
Access Acres: 11.00
Scouting is NOT allowed
More information/comments Also known as Hunter Creek, this site is just under two miles from HWY 101 and has varying amounts of water throughout the season. Park at the gate located at the SW corner of the old milking barn. Walk east along the barn and then north to the cattail pond or flooded fields. Leave all gates as you found them and hunt only in the area outlined. Provide your own blind and dig no pitblinds. Like all Waterfowl Quality Hunt sites, the first vehicle parked at the sign reserves the entire site.
Shell limit of 15.
Hunting Blinds Allowed Temporary blinds ok
No tree stands provided or allowed.
Region 6 Office
48 Devonshire Road Montesano, WA 98563
Comments: Depending on water level of the Skokomish River, this site can be very good for mallards, pintails, widgeon and green-winged teal.
Points and boundaries for this site are indicated by the number 385 on the map below.The map is intended for illustration purposes to orient hunters to the approximate location of the site’s features. Boundaries and other rules posted in the field must be observed.
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