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Litchfield – Hartford Counties

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Litchfield – Hartford Counties

Hunting Permitted Designated Deer Bowhunting Only Area

AB No-Lottery A and B Seasons Daily Permit Required (see Public Hunting Areas)

B No-Lottery B Season only Special Conditions Apply (see Access Descriptions & Special Conditions)

Wildlife Management Areas

CODE

Town(s)

Acres

Barber Pond WMA

203

Bloomfield, Windsor

75

Cedar Swamp WMA

208

New Hartford, Torrington

278

East Twin Lakes Water Access Area

211

Salisbury

98

AB

Goshen WMA

213

Goshen

967

Housatonic River WMA

215

Kent

556

Newgate WMA

225

East Granby

451

AB

Robbins Swamp WMA

231

Canaan

1,569

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232

Harwinton

1,975

Simsbury WMA

234

Simsbury

365

Suffield WMA

236

Suffield

195

State Forests

CODE

Town(s)

Acres

AB

Algonquin State Forest

201

Colebrook

668

AB

American Legion State Forest

202

Barkhamsted

1,037

B

Camp Columbia State Forest

207

Morris

600

AB

Centennial Watershed State Forest (Canaan Block)*

209

Canaan

146

Enders State Forest (Worthen Parcel)*

332

Granby

377

AB

Housatonic State Forest (including former Wickwire parcel)

216

Sharon, etc.

11,284

AB

Mattatuck State Forest

219

Watertown

4,673

AB

Nassahegon State Forest

223

Burlington

1,227

AB

Nepaug State Forest

224

New Hartford

1,367

AB

Paugnut State Forest

229

Torrington

1,831

AB

Peoples State Forest

230

Barkhamsted

2,942

AB

Topsmead State Forest (north and west of Rte. 118)

239

Litchfield

179

AB

Tunxis State Forest

240

Hartland, etc.

9,518

AB

Wyantenock State Forest

243

Cornwall, etc.

4,083

State Parks

CODE

Town(s)

Acres

John Minetto State Park

217

Torrington

715

Mount Riga State Park

222

Salisbury

315

Sunnybrook State Park (west of Newfield Rd.)

237

Torrington

444

State-Leased and Other Public Access Areas

CODE

Town(s)

Acres

CT Light & Power (borders Newgate WMA)

210

East Granby

180

AB

MDC – Colebrook Reservoir/Hogback Dam

220

Colebrook, Hartland, etc.

4,159

MDC – Greenwoods Pond

221

New Hartford

400

Dog Training & Field Trial Areas (Closed to hunting during events)

CODE

Town(s)

Acres

Flaherty Field Trial Area (Pelton’s Pasture)*

212

East Windsor

498

Nod Brook Management Area*

226

Avon, Simsbury

137

Flood Control Areas

CODE

Town(s)

Acres

Black Rock Lake (state and federally owned)

204

Thomaston, Watertown

400

Bloomfield Flood Control Area (Site 1)

205

Bloomfield

325

Bloomfield Flood Control Area (Site 2)

206

Bloomfield

300

AB

Hancock Brook Lake (federally owned)

214

Plymouth

707

Mad River Dam Flood Control Area

218

Winchester

517

Northfield Brook Lake (federally owned)

227

Thomaston

208

Sucker Brook Flood Control Area

235

Winchester

64

Thomaston Dam (federally owned)

238

Thomaston, Harwinton, etc.

850

Whiting River Flood Control Area

241

North Canaan

49

Wood Creek Flood Control Area

242

Norfolk

111

Permit-Required Areas (Daily Permit required to hunt small game and waterfowl)

CODE

Town(s)

Acres

Bristol Fish & Game Association*

Harwinton, Plymouth

1,663

B

NU-Skiff Mtn. Coop WMA*

228

Sharon

710

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233

Burlington

777

Stanley Works Coop WMA

Kent, Cornwall

1,100

Suffield Sportsmen’s Assoc.*

Suffield, East Granby

1,164

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