Clear Creek Wildlife Management Area


Clear Creek Wildlife Management Area KY
United States

This WMA is primarily wetlands with some shoreline, perfect for waterfowl hunting, fur trapping, fishing, and bird watching on 858 acres located between Kentucky 502 and 109. Hunting and fishing allowed under state regulations. Primitive camping only and boat access from Utley Road. For more details call 270-273-3568/800-858-1549

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