Norfork Lake Wildlife Management Arealast updated: May 2012
This area consists of 5 units, on Norfork Lake: Chapin Point, Indian Head, Seward Point, Bennets Creek and Fulton County. Mixed hardwood forest with scattered tracts to pine plantations, topography ranges from flat to moderately sloped. Walk-in hunting only.

Deer and turkey are good on area, small game ranked in order of importance: furbearers, squirrel, quail, rabbit and ducks.

There are 10,000 acres of land managed by AGFC and US Army Corps of Engineers, for wildlife management purposes. Control burning on area is carried out on an average of 200 acres per year (this consists of old fields). Pine sites are burned on area to control hardwood competition and to stimulate early succession of browse. The area has food plots and old fields. Pine sites are burned on area to control hardwood competition and to stimulate early succession of browse. The area has food plots and old fields which consists of about 980 acres. These food plots are planted in winter wheat and clover in the fall for winter food for wildlife. Spring planting consists of Acres for Wildlife Food Plot mix and clover.

Good for walking and observing wildlife. Numerous amount of birds.
  
Designated camp sites are available around lake area. No camping on WMA.

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