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Ask the Game and Fish


Q. I want to hunt deer on public land, but am having a hard time finding out which lands are public and private. Can you help?

A. Probably the best method for determining public and private lands are the land status maps available from the Bureau of Land Management. These maps are color coded to show which lands are BLM, national forest, state and private. They also show roads, trails and topography. These maps are available from BLM offices. In addition, many sporting goods stores also sell the maps. You also might want to check out the walk-in atlas the G&F has produced. It contains a listing of walk-in areas on private lands that are available for hunting access.





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