I have a question: Is there is a map for "B" Zone. Can this water area be used for layout hunt?
I have seen folks hunting from a layout boat in B zone so yes it can be done. I watched a couple of guys doing pretty well that way one day. The boundaries are quite clearly marked so I am not sure you need a map. Can't really say about there being a map other than the big one on the wall in the unit. I don't recall the unit blind map showing much detail about B zone but it may be there. I wasn't looking for it.
The A Zone area as well as the B Zone area was included on the old larger maps (17 x 11) that were distributed back in the late 1970's and the early 1980's but the B Zone area was "cut off" when they went to the legal size (8.5 x 14) paper.
There is a B Zone map as well as a Big Creek map available at the LPWM office on letter size (8.5 x 11) paper.
A few years ago I reduced the size of the B Zone map to the same scale as the A Zone map and then "blended" them together to form one continuous map. I then reduced the scale of this new map to fit letter size paper.
The problem is that the shape of the marsh keeps changing.
Jerome Katchin, D.V.M.
PS There is a daily fee of $7.00 to hunt the B Zone (HST included).
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