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Description: Waterfowl hunting typically is around the first weekend of October and continues into the middle of January. Pheasant hunting is typically around the first weekend in November and runs approximately 14 days. Trapping permits require an application and a drawing. Successful applicants are permitted for trapping on specific areas with site specific regulations, the dates are typically February 1 through March 1. The facilities are primitive; outhouses and designated areas for camping and parking. The area is open to the public the week before the waterfowl hunt begins and closes the day after the waterfowl season closes. The area is fenced, signed and gated.

Location: 10.5 miles northwest of Corrine on UT 83. North entrance accessed on 7200 North. 5 south entrances accessed on State Road 83.

Address: Northern Region WMA
8475 North 11600 West
Tremonton, UT  84337
Phone: 435-854-3610

Season: year round

Fee: no

Reservations: no
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Notes: Waterfowl hunting and pheasant hunting and regulated fur bearer trapping are allowed. All other wildlife species are protected in accordance to Utah`s laws, rules and regulations. Participation in hunting and trapping require the necessary licenses, fees, habitat authorization fee and federal migratory bird stamp for species that require it. Season dates vary with Federal guideline, State recommendations and public input for hunting and trapping.
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