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SYLAMORE WMA lies in four north central Arkansas counties. These are, Searcy and Marion, as well as, Stone and Baxter. The majority of the land lies in the latter two. The WMA is approximately 12 miles south of Mountain Home and 6 miles north of Mountain View. There are three cities lying on it’s border. These are Calico Rock in the northeast corner, Fifty Six in the south central part, and Big Flat in the southwest corner.
Sylamore offers a wide range of hunting opportunities. These include good hunting for quality deer and turkey, as well as, limited hunting of bear and quail. Wildlife management practices on Sylamore are a cooperative effort between the AGFC and U.S. Forest Service. These practices are intended to enhance habitat by manipulating wildlife openings (AGFC responsibility) and timber management (primary responsibility of the USFS). Timber management practices range from small regeneration cuts to seed tree and shelterwood cuts. Some burning is done in the timber to reduce fuel and stimulate new growth. The emphasis of wildlife management practices are primarily deer and turkey, as well as, some large field systems being managed for quail and rabbit.
Other recreational opportunities exist in the forest. Mountain Biking and Hiking, as well as, Camping and Fishing are available. Boating, as well as, Canoeing & Kayaking on the White River is always a blast. The White River has some of the best trout fishing in the country.
The WMA offers a Rifle Range, as well as, a Pistol Range to make sure you’re on target.
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