Hunter Brian Kaule 2

West Virginia looks to help disabled hunters

by American Firearms Review  |  published on November 23, 2012

We’re well into fall, which means hunting season is in full swing in most states. But what if you want to hunt but are disabled? Among other states, West Virginia is looking to help out disabled hunters:

Disabled hunters who have a resident or nonresident permit can apply to the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources for permission to hunt in selected areas. Those include designated roads throughout the Monongahela National Forest, portions of the George Washington/Jefferson National Forest in West Virginia and on selected wildlife management areas.

Hunters will receive a letter of authorization, which must be in their possession while hunting in the designated areas. The hunter can be assisted by one person, but that person cannot hunt during that time.

If you’re disabled and want to hunt this season, contact your local natural resources department. Most states have either certain dates for disabled hunters, or certain areas that can be used.

No comments yet - you can be the first!

Comments are closed.


All Things Gun Related

Whether you’re into AR-15s, AKs, carbines, shotguns, self-defense pistols, or hunting rifles, American Firearms Review will provide you with the most up to date product reviews, news, and everything else you need to know about firearms and accessories. Join over 1,000,000 avid gun owners who trust American Firearm Review for their daily dose of Second Amendment news and reviews.

We know how important your privacy is and your information is SAFE with us. We’ll never sell
your email address and you can unsubscribe at any time directly from your inbox.
View our full privacy policy.