Joseph Fay Britt-White City Unit of Peabody Wildlife Management Area


Tradewater River Wildlife Management Area KY
United States

Excellent birding, fishing, and hunting on 5,600 acres, located just off Pennyrile-Breathitt Parkway exit 37 near Morton’s Gap. Primitive camping only; horseback riding allowed on maintained roads. Considered one of the better areas for quail hunting in the state; also good deer, turkey, waterfowl, and small game hunting as well as excellent fishing and birding opportunities.

User permits ($15 per person) required to enter the area for any type of use. Permits may be purchased wherever Kentucky hunting and fishing licenses are sold.


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