Obviously, I stand corrected as far as the new regs for state WMA lands ( the old ones didn't allow any thing to be left behind, I know because I have several friends who have or do work at Webb). But, remember the SC DNR regs do not apply to Federal WMAs, and Sumter National Forest is Federal........not state, so be certain you double check the Federal regs. I've never hunted on a state WMA, but I have hunted one time on the Savannah National Wildlife WMA, and in order to hunt Federal WMAs, you must go online to that specific WMA and print out a map, copy of the regs, and a permit in order to legally hunt all Federal WMA and National Forest Service or BLM lands located in SC. That paper work must be in your possession at all times while on those lands, in addition to your state hunting license.
If you check out pages 58 and 59, you will see that Sumter National Forest is not listed as a SC DNR WMA. As a matter of fact, the only Federally owned Forest listed as being under the jurisdiction of the SC DNR, is the Francis Marion National Forest in Berkeley and Charleston counties.
The new regs for baiting in game zones 1 and 2, are strictly on private property and do not apply to a state WMA, that portion of the regs didn't change. If it did, it would specifically address the legality of baiting on the WMA on page 60, rule 2.6.
Please don't confuse private land regs, with state WMA regs, and absolutely not with Federal WMA regs. You don't want to cross paths with a Federal Game Warden, even if you are doing everything in a 100% legal manner. They have absolute authority and will not hesitate to create an excuse to charge you!!!!!!!!
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