“A Bigfoot Hunting Hot Spot”
Ever wanted to have a close encounter with Bigfoot? At the Salt Fork Wildlife Area, your changes are pretty good. Situated in the hills of southeastern Ohio, the Salt Fork Wildlife Area and the Salt Fork State Park have a steep to rolling terrain that is dissected by numerous small streams. The largest of these, Salt Fork Creek, has been impounded to create the 2,952-acre Salt Fork Lake. The area is popular for hunting of gray and fox squirrels, grouse, rabbit, deer, and wild turkey. Waterfowl hunting is good during the fall migration. Woodcock hunting is increasing in popularity. Trapping of muskrat and mink is productive along the small streams and raccoon hunting is good throughout the area.
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Salt Fork Wildlife Area
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