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Jack The Ripped

Lead Shot in WMA's and / or WPA;s

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I know this has been discussed before and sorry I don't have a rules and regulations book handy.

What is the ruling on LEAD SHOT in WMA's and / or WPA's it is actually my first fall hunting again after a 5 year break.

Also does it depend on the speices hunted in the WMA or WPA??

All help is greatly appriciated...

Thanks

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No lead shot in WPA's. Gotta use steal or that exotic stuff.

WMA's generally are O.K. for lead, but I wouldn't doubt if a few are no-lead. Best to check signage before hunting.

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You cannot take waterfowl with lead (toxic) shot regardless if it's on a WMA or WPA.

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Bring non-toxic shot on both and you will be prepared for anything that gets up in front of you.

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