Woods and Waters An outdoor blog by John McCoy

A first: Public hunting land in Logan County

By all descriptions, the new Elk Creek Wildlife Management Area in Logan and Mingo counties will provide good hunting for deer, turkeys and squirrels.

Division of Natural Resources officials recently dedicated the 6,004-acre tract, which will be open to turkey hunters when West Virginia’s  spring gobbler season opens April 28. Sunday’s Gazette-Mail article gives details.