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Hunting

                                                                                       

 

Wildlife species in the area are headlined by numerous species of waterfowl. In autumn, the mallard is king. Other wildlife species found in good numbers at Millwood are white-tailed deer, bobwhite quail, dove, squirrel, rabbit, raccoon, armadillo, opossum, fox, mink, and beaver. Hunting is not allowed within 300 yards of any developed recreation area or structure, including dams and levees.  The areas open to public hunting are noted on the Millwood Lake map which is available at the Millwood Project Office. For additional information contact the Operations Project Manager at 870-898-3343.

 

Special Hunts

 

Millwood Lake hosts two special hunts annually. The Millwood Lake Wounded Warrior Deer Hunt and the Youth Deer Hunt. Information about these hunts can be obtained by contacting the Millwood Lake Project Office at 870-898-3343.