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Pool 4 WMA
Directions: From Wabasha, go 2 miles SE on CSAH 30 then 1 mile E on CSAH 24
Description: Primarily a lowland hardwoods consisting of maple, ash, river birch, willow and cottonwood. Cool season grasses make up the lowland and upland fields.
Recreation is dominated by hunting, trapping, fishing and general wildlife observations. Water access is available to Mississippi River and it's backwaters. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service land is adjacent to this unit.
Management emphasis is to maintain a rich, diverse interspersion of numerous communities throughout the wildlife area. Timber management, prescribed burning, and nesting cover maintenance practices are utilized.
An accessible fishing pier/observation deck is present.
At this scale, these WMA boundaries are general, and do not accurately represent the actual legal boundaries. WMA users still need to verify public lands boundaries by observing boundary signs and contacting local DNR Wildlife offices.