DeathValleyMike, wouldn't that be that the state WMAs are comprised of the Sumter National Forest, and not the other way around? I knew that SCDNR oversees the SNF, but was unaware that the state could supercede the Feds on the regulations. That isn't the case down here on the Savannah National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge is patrolled by SCDNR game wardens, but the Federal regulations against firearms is still in effect, plus when hunting on the area, hunters must have a printed map and copy of the regs, with the beginning and ending dates of the anticipated hunt. in their possession along with their state hunting license and another form of picture ID. Each time hunters plan to hunt there, they must obtain a new copy of the map and regs, along with the updated dates of the hunts. These regs are the reason I've only hunted the place one time, on top of having to take a boat ride for about 10 miles in order to access the area due to it being landlocked by private properties that don't allow access.
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