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Reserve private land hunting spot on new Wash. online site

Hunting by reservation only signs are posted on land owned by participating farmers and ranchers, sponsored by the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department.
Hunting by reservation only signs are posted on land owned by participating farmers and ranchers, sponsored by the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department.

 HUNTING – Although the signs went up on enrolled fields last fall, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Department’s new Quality Hunt Reservation System didn't come online until today -- just in time for the spring gobbler season that runs Monday through May 31.

Selected private lands enrolled in access agreements are available to hunters who can book reservations up to three weeks in advance.

By this fall, the agency expects hold drawings for reserving the most popular areas as hunters catch on.

Officials also say they want to hear your comments by email at wildthing@dfw.wa.gov.




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