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I'm not the brightest bulb on the string fellas so could someone explain to me the areas included on the extended pheasant hunt? From what I've read it includes all state and fed owned lands, but not private owned land. Am I missing anything? I've read the guidebook many times and still am a bit confused

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I believe you're correct. The one exception is the Walk-in access areas. They are private land, but since they're managed by the DWR they're open for the extended as well.
 

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Yes, check the proclamation.(Where have I heard that before?)
 

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I don't know if this is true or not, but I heard that in order to increase opportunity, especially for youth hunters, the DWR is proposing an extended Giraffe hunt in Tooele County this year. Check the proclamation.
 

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Proclamation SAYS

"All state and federal lands, including private land leased or managed by the Division,
which may be subject to restrictions and closures imposed by administering agencies.
All other private lands are closed."

Does that mean WMAs and walk in access areas
 

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Proclamation SAYS

"All state and federal lands, including private land leased or managed by the Division,
which may be subject to restrictions and closures imposed by administering agencies.
All other private lands are closed."

Does that mean WMAs and walk in access areas
I believe so, except the Goshen unit. Remember non toxic shot on wma areas
 

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