August 15th is the final deadline to apply.
West Virginia -(Ammoland.com)- Waterfowl hunters who wish to hunt from a shooting station in the controlled waterfowl hunting zone of McClintic Wildlife Management Area must submit electronic applications by midnight Aug. 15, 2015, according to David McClung, Wildlife Manager at McClintic WMA, for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Section. McClintic WMA is located near Point Pleasant, West Virginia.
Hunting is by permit only on a portion of McClintic WMA during the October split of the waterfowl season.
Hunters successful in the lottery drawing are assigned an area, free of charge, and are allowed to bring one guest. A shooting station is also available for the physically-challenged waterfowl hunter.
Hunters may register in the new electronic license system and apply online at www.wvhunt.com. Individuals can log in to their accounts, click on “Enter Lottery” on the home screen, and then select “Enter” to the right of “McClintic Duck Hunt.” Hunters may also apply by calling the District 5 Wildlife Headquarters at 304-675-0871. Successful applicants will be notified by mail by the second week of September.
Hunters successful in the drawing will be randomly assigned a day to hunt and must report to the McClintic WMA office prior to 6 a.m. that day. Applicants not selected may come to the McClintic WMA office on the morning of each day’s hunt to sign up for the opportunity to hunt from shooting stations that have not been filled by the selected hunters.
Consult the 2015–2016 West Virginia Migratory Bird Hunting Regulations for the season dates and additional information. Migratory bird regulations will be available at DNR offices by the end of August and will be posted on the WVDNR website, www.wvdnr.gov.
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