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WDFW Wildlife Program.
Phone: 360-902-2515
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Private Lands Hunting Access

Hunter Creek Pond  (385)

Land Access Information

Hunt Type: Feel Free to Hunt

What's Huntable Here
Waterfowl Huntable

Access Times

Start: Two hours before hunting hours.    End: One hour after hunting hours.

Access Acres: 11.00

Scouting is NOT allowed

More information/comments
This site is just under 2 miles from Hwy 101 and has varying amounts of water throughout the season. Park at the gate 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 in the aerial photo. Depending on the water level of the Skokomish River, this site can be very good for mallards, pintails, wigeon and green-winged teal. Provide your own blind and dig no pits. The first vehicle parked at the sign reserves the entire site. The opportunity to hunt is on a first come/first served basis. Only 3 hunters allowed in the party and no more than 15 shells per hunter. Pick up all litter, empty shells and dead birds.

Hunting Blinds Allowed
Temporary blinds ok

No tree stands provided or allowed.

Access Modes

Walk-In  

Weapon Info

Shotgun

Contact Information

Region 6 Office
48 Devonshire Road
Montesano, WA 98563

Office Hours: Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
excluding legal holidays

Phone: (360) 249-4628
Fax: (360) 249-1229
TeamMontesano@dfw.wa.gov
Location Information

Hunt Opportunities

Quality Hunt
Waterfowl season

Max Groups: 1    Max Number in Group: 3

Comments:
Depending on water level of the Skokomish River, this site can be very good for mallards, pintails, widgeon and green-winged teal. Provide your own blind and dig no pits.

Mapping Information

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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