SUNDAY HUNTING SEASON: 2020 is the first year of Sunday hunting. Members of Siltop do not need to seek special permission for Sunday hunting because they can access the property 7 days a week.
All harvest must be reported to Siltop to firstname.lastname@example.org. Siltop will report the final number of kills to all hunters by March the following year. The goal is to balance the harvests to keep hunting fun for all those who like to see game. Prior to Siltop owning the property you were lucky to see a few deer per day. Now game is plentiful thanks to the efforts of all hunters to regulate doe harvests.
Portable climbing stands in compliance with game laws are permitted and can be installed a week before the start of the hunting season. No stand can be used that might damage the tree such as those with nails, tree spikes, climbing spikes etc. All stands must be labeled or tagged with the control number of the tree stand owner and must be removed at the end of the hunting season. No more than two stands per hunter can be installed in the woods. It is unfair to block others from hunting in a spot because another hunter has three or four unused stands reserving his space. Any tree stands remaining after the end of hunting season will be confiscated.
Siltop was designated a CWD area by the PGC. The PGC denied Siltop DMAP tags for 2020. Siltop is permitting hunters to harvest one doe for those who purchased doe tags for the WMU2F area.
Children 15 years or younger and accompanied by an adult are not required to pay a cost-sharing contribution fee for hunting unless the child is driving their own ATV or UTV. However, all underage hunters must sign a waiver witnessed by their guardian before they enter the property. Once a hunter reaches the age of 16 a membership pass must be purchased.
Siltop suspends family riding during high powered firearm hunting seasons. Only hunters are allowed in the woods during large game seasons for deer and bear.
Firearm hunting dates in the WMU2F area:
BLACK BEAR, SPECIAL FIREARMS (Statewide): Oct. 22-24,
BLACK BEAR (Statewide): Nov. 21; Sunday, Nov. 22; and Nov. 23-24.