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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 06-15-2018, 11:10 PM Thread Starter
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DMAP Zones

Trying to find out the DMAP zone that's in the area I hunt ( just west of Kane, Pa. )... Depending on which website you go to, on one site it exists and is zone 2824, while the PGC website doesn't even shot a zone 2824 at all.... And then i'm also trying to find an actual map of the boundries for these dmap zones... Just seemks really complicated to me ! Guess i'll just have to go to Landvest on Monday and see what they have to say.
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I found DMAP #2824 on the PGC site. I used the Mckean County map. It's ANF - 38,789 acres: 775 coupons approved.

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A little more searching on the ANF site - I found a map.
https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE...eprd545808.pdf

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Trying to find out the DMAP zone that's in the area I hunt ( just west of Kane, Pa. )... Depending on which website you go to, on one site it exists and is zone 2824, while the PGC website doesn't even shot a zone 2824 at all.... And then i'm also trying to find an actual map of the boundries for these dmap zones... Just seemks really complicated to me ! Guess i'll just have to go to Landvest on Monday and see what they have to say.
I think the property LandVest has been managing and DMAPing has been sold. I don't know for sure but I doubt they will have DMAP this year. That reminded me though that I need to call them to find out the status.


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Thank you BobB, I knew the Unit # but had no idea of it's limits, the map helps greatly!!!! Now i'll just need to buy myself a couple tags for it..... Ty
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Here are some links to Dmap properties:

https://www.nature.org/ourinitiative...nnsylvania.xml

Pennsylvania Game Commission - State Wildlife Managment Agency: DMAP Participating Properties

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Do DMAP areas often overlap eachother? Because the Area I have tags for also has another DMAP area within it.... James City falls within my Dmap area but also has it's own Dmap area as well.... Is this common?
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I would not think so. There designed as a management tool and would not make sense to overlap. It can be tough to keep up with I thought I knew a lot until this year. In my area they divided the unit and does make sense. It actually goes thru my property so I have 2 dmap zones on my property with rt. 26 dividing it since I own property on both sides. It did give me a chance to have 4 tags for my property 2 for each zone. So I would not get confused I wrote on my dmap license ( cabin side ) the other one ( across the road ) this way I wont get confused on the numbers and use wrong tag.
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I am assuming you are referring to Collins Pine properties. I don't know what properties they have included or how they are split up but yes they do have different DMAP units for their different pieces of property. So you could have two permits for each of several different pieces of pretty that are near one another. But, you probably need to research it to make sure you know exactly where each of the properties is located.

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If you read my prior post of how my dmap was split in almost half making another unit. Im kind of thinking since one now has less tags then another if was kind of a wiser management reason and maybe they felt the CWD was getting better in the area to split it? Just a thought of reason.
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