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Southern West Virginia

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) divides the state into six Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs). Each of these areas has its own distinct fishing and hunting characteristics.

For more information about a particular area, contact the DNR at (304) 558-2771 or write: Division of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Section 1900 Kanawha Boulevard, East Charleston, WV 25305

District 3 information: Division of Natural Resources P. O. Box 38 French Creek, WV 26218 (304) 924-6211 District 4

25 Berwind Lake

26 Bluestone Lake

27 Meadow River

28 Moncove Lake

29 Plum Orchard Lake

30 R. D. Bailey Lake

District 4 information: Division of Natural Resources 2006 Robert C. Byrd Drive Beckley, WV 25801-8320 (304) 256-6947 District 5

31 Beech Fork Lake

32 Big Ugly

33 Chief Cornstalk

34 East Lynn Lake

35 Fork Creek

36 Hilbert

37 Laurel Lake

38 McClintic

39 Mill Creek

40 Green Bottom

41 Amherst/Plymout

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Running for over 2,000 miles along the mountain ridges of the central Appalachian coalfields, the Hatfield-McCoy Recreation Area will be professionally designed and managed public trail system providing a fun filled recreation experience for a wide variety of outdoor enthusiasts.The trail system, the longest trail in the United States, will be large enough to accommodate off highway motorcycles, all-terrain vehicle, horseback riders, mountain bikes and hikers.These's trail weave threw seven counties which are Boone, Lincoln, Logan, McDowell, Mingo, Wayne and Wyoming will open up our region to over 600,000 visitors annually, boosting the regional economy in much the same way that the skiing and whitewater rafting industries have spurred economic growth in the eastern portion of our state.

Trailhead centers will be the points of access to the trail for recreational users. They will be places where trail users can park their highway vehicles and prepare to go out on the trail on their off-highway vehicles (OHV's) horses, mountain bicycles, or as pedestrains. Trail information will also be available at the trail head centers.

Each state has different laws on the backgrounds checks so here is a map of who does each state checks.

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Magazine DescriptionField & Stream is America's number one sportsman's magazine. Each issue features in-depth articles on hunting, fishing, and conservation news, as well as first-class fiction. The magazine has offered editorial excellence for over 100 years.

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