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Flooding may affect public access during special hog hunting seasons

February 27, 2019

Marsh WMA experiencing moderate flooding (SCDNR photo)

Marsh WMA experiencing moderate flooding (SCDNR photo)

Due to the above average rainfall, as well as spillage from dams upstream, several Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) are experiencing moderate flooding.

This may limit or restrict vehicular access to the properties, including the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources’ (SCDNR) coastal properties that offer special hog hunts during the month of March.

Woodbury and Marsh WMAs, as well as the Great Pee Dee Heritage Preserve, have been affected.

Hunters and visitors are urged to exercise extreme caution before entering these properties and asked to not drive on roads with standing water.

SCDNR suggests you check river stages on areas you may hunt and check our website for Property Closures and Advisories before you make the trip.