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US Army Corps of Engineers
Clearwater Project Office
6501 Wayne Route HH
Piedmont, MO 63957
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Disclaimer: Due to volunteer support basis, assistance for personal hygiene needs will not be provided. Hunters are required to provide their own personal assistant.
- Important you must agree with the following statement to be entered in the application pool -
By submitting this application I agree to comply with all regulations, conditions, and disclaimers as set forth in applying for and participating in this special hunt. I also agree to not hold the government or any organization, or person affiliated with this hunt liable for any damages or personal injury while participating in any portion of this event.
For full details - please read all of the information below to ensure you have all of the requirements and necessary information required for a successful application to hunt.
Please read the following before submitting your online application to hunt
Purpose The Clearwater Lake Wounded Warrior/Mobility Impaired Deer Hunt is to help improve the deer herd in this area through the provision of a recreational opportunity. This opportunity is being extended to a special group of the nation's population with service-related injuries and to those with mobility impairment.
These individuals are fully capable of properly using a firearm to hunt game but may have restricted ability to access land for a quality hunting experience. This hunt is an effort to provide proper access, facilities, and other needed resources so these individuals can enjoy a safe and successful recreational experience as most other individuals in our nation.
Point of Contact:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Clearwater Lake Project Office
6501 Wayne Route HH
Piedmont, Mo 63957
Description of Proposed Area
Located west of Piedmont, Missouri, in Wayne County, the Clearwater Lake managed hunt will take place within the boundaries of the Watchable Wildlife Area on the Clearwater Lake Project. The Watchable Wildlife Area consists of land intensely managed by the Corps of for the purpose of promoting a high diversity of wildlife habitats. The habitat of these areas for the most part is oak-hickory/pine forest. There are several food plots scattered throughout the area, which is managed for cereal grain food sources as well as native grasses and forbs.
An antlered deer is a deer having at least one antler at least 3 inches long. In the case a button buck is harvested, it will not qualify as an antlered deer.
The 2022 season will be a 2-day season beginning at one half hour before sunrise on Saturday, November 5th and ending at sunset on Sunday, November 6th.
Permits Criteria for eligibility:
Application Procedure and Permit Notification
Safety Hunting Areas/ Firearms