2013‐14 Public Land Hunting Changes from last season are printed in BLUE throughout this page to assist you in noticing those changes. Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) Kentucky Fish and Wildlife owns, leases or manages more than 80 wildlife management areas (WMAs) for public use. On some areas a user permit is required. Many public‐use areas have special regulations and hunting season dates that are different from statewide seasons. Deer The following WMAs are open under statewide regulations for modern gun season for deer: Ashland, Beechy Creek, Boone Forestlands (formerly Begley), Buck Creek, Buckhorn Lake, Burchell‐Beech Creek, Cane Creek, Carr Creek Lake, Clear Creek, CONSOL of Kentucky, Corrigan, Cranks Creek, Dale Hollow Lake, Doug Travis, Ed Mabry‐Laurel Gorge, Elk Forest (formerly Graham), Fleming, Fortner‐Davis, Hensley‐Pine Mountain, Jones‐ Keeney, Kaler Bottoms, Kentucky Lake, Kentucky Ridge Forest, L.B. Davison, Lee K. Nelson, Marrowbone State Forest & WMA, Martins Fork Lake, Martins Fork WMA & SNA, Nolin River Lake, Obion Creek, Paul Van Booven, Peabody (first 10 days only), Rough River Lake, Shillalah Creek, Stone Mountain WMA & SNA, Wells, Winford, and Yatesville Lake (antlered‐only during Modern Gun season).