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Old 10-14-2013, 01:14 AM   #11
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knobs wma you can only hunt deer with a bow and its pretty country a lot of hills but still pretty nice then you have john c williams which has a lake but its about twice the drive as knobs and some areas are filled with briars and theres no real trails but its still pretty nice.

I could names others around the state but these are the only two ive been too I have no clue about deer hunting in john c williams I only hunted squirrel there.


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knobs wma you can only hunt deer with a bow and its pretty country a lot of hills but still pretty nice then you have john c williams which has a lake but its about twice the drive as knobs and some areas are filled with briars and theres no real trails but its still pretty nice. I could names others around the state but these are the only two ive been too I have no clue about deer hunting in john c williams I only hunted squirrel there.

Do any good on the squirrel?


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Do any good on the squirrel?
Knob state is nice. I've hunted it the past two weekends, but lots of hills. It's quite a workout to bow hunt from the south parking area.

http://forestry.ky.gov/Kentuckysstateforests/Pages/KnobsStateForestandWildlifeManagementArea.aspx
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Nope went with my brother in law and we had to take two out of the five kids with us. Ended up getting turned around a few times and got stuck in a big patch of briars. Still fun but I hate briars, the far back parking lot trail is nothing but hill after hill, where the front parking lot you can at least walk in the low parts without too much effort but both places are still nice.
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