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WV Hunters Will See More Acreage This Season

November 17th, 2012 by WCBC Radio

Hunters in the state of West Virginia can expect improved access to federal forests in a bill Senator Joe Manchin helped pass in the Senate. In West Virginia, some 10 percent of the 1.03 million acres of forest is considered to suffer “inadequate access,” which amounts to 107,000 acres. According to the Register-Herald, inadequate access means raods in disrepair in the forests or hunters cannot reach specific portions because of locked gates.

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