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Small-Game Hunting on Western North Carolina Wildlife Management Areas: Part 2, Importance and Use of Forest Roads and Trails

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The success of the small game hunter is often determined by the access available. Forest roads and trails are important to game management programs and to hunting. The authors interviewed 553 small game hunters during the early-opening and late-opening seasons as they left the management areas after a day's hunt. Hunters were asked to describe how they used the roads and trails while hunting and to trace the route they had walked on a small-scale map of the hunting area. Responses were used to determine how access roads were used; how the hunters distributed themselves in the hunting area; what the game distribution was; and how far hunters penetrated into the woods from the access roads.
Wildlife in North Carolina (NoCar SK 431 W54x), Vol. 33 Issue 11, Nov 1969, p10-12, il