Friday, October 23, 2009

Alabama Public Land Hunting Maps & Information

Sometimes it seems that the hardest part about deer hunting is finding a decent place to hunt. This is a collection of Alabama WMA maps plus some other Alabama deer hunting information. They are .pdf documents, so you will need Adobe Acrobat to view them. If you don’t have Adobe Acrobat, its a free program and you can download it here:

Adobe Acrobat Free Download

These maps are of the Top Ten WMAs for Deer Harvest (2007-2008)

RANK WMA APROX ACRES DOWNLOAD
1 Oakmulgee 44,500   map download
2 Mulberry Fork 35,520 map download
3 Blue Spring 23,370  map download
4 Choccolocco 56,000 map download
5 Martin / Skyline 45,690 map download
6 St. Clair 5,625 map download
7 Sam Murphy 19,870 map download
8 Barbour 19,625 map download
9 Lowndes 11,118  map download
10 Cahaba River 37,291 map download

Two more documents you may want to look at:

1.  2008-2009 WMA Schedule and Information

2. Alabama Hunting & Fishing Trails for People with Disabilities

Part of preparing for your deer hunt is making sure you have the best strategies and techniques to help you make this season a good one. I recommend Charlie Hick’s course on Deer Hunting. He is an experienced hunter with a lot of good deer under his belt and an excellent system that can help you do the same.

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