Often called “Mallard Heaven,” Black River WMA is one of the South’s top waterfowl areas. Spanning around 23,000 acres across Clay, Green, and Raldolph Counties, this bottomland attracts countless flocks of ducks. Although prime conditions for hunting are based on northern weather conditions, Black River sees more good than bad, and offers up a huge area to enjoy the season. Well-seasoned hunters from all across the US know you can’t go wrong with Black River WMA.
With the attractive rice fields well-known in the area combined with the DU helping private landowners manage their agricultural operations for waterfowl and wetland restoration, waterfowl habitats are growing. The hunting is better than ever.