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Old 08-18-2009, 05:45 AM
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Hi Guys and Gals, its my first season hunting in Alberta and i've got a antlered white tail deer license for wmu 406 west of calgary and not sure where is a good and legal spot to hunt. I have looked at the maps but the boudaries are a little confusing if you don't know the area. If anyone has any good hunting spots i'd apreciate it if you could let me know. Thanks and happy hunting this season.
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Old 08-18-2009, 07:03 AM
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first of all welcome to the hunting community.Secondly i trust you have read the regs front to back twice ,if not ,do so.this will give you an overview of the regs.The regs that come from the venders on the other hand are only a summary of the rules.a complete book "THE WILDLIFE ACT" can be bought at Map Town for about $30.It has a legal discription of each boundry of each wmu and a legal of each of the rules and regs.Once you know the rules ,get out and do some scouting.Most of us have been out for a month or so now getting ready for bow season.Good luck
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Old 08-18-2009, 07:23 AM
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Elbow Wildlife Management Unit (406)
Commencing where the Highwood River crosses the eastern boundary of the Green Area; thence upstream along the right bank of the Highwood River to its closest point with the height of land of the Highwood range; thence northerly along the height of land to the summit of the Highwood range; thence northwesterly along the summit of the Highwood range to the height of land between the Highwood River drainage and the Kananaskis River drainage; thence northerly along the height of land between the Kananaskis River drainage and the Sheep River, Elbow River and Jumpingpound Creek drainages, to the southeastern boundary of the Stony Indian Reserve No. 142, 143 and 144; thence northeasterly along the southeastern boundary of the Stony Indian Reserve to the eastern boundary of the Green Area; thence easterly and southerly along the eastern boundary of the Green Area to the point of commencement.
You don't need the Wildlife Act for legal land description. This is from the regs and the regs contain the legal description. I can see though if you don't know the area at all it may be difficult to follow the boundries. I'm not a Flamer so I can't help you with the area
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