Moro Big Pine Natural Area WMA
- 2019-20 Closed Seasons
- 2019-20 Crow
Sept. 1, 2019-Feb. 21, 2020. Open Thursdays through Mondays. No limit.
- 2019-20 Deer
Deer Archery: Sept. 28, 2019-Feb. 29, 2020.
Deer Muzzleloader: Oct. 19-23, 2019.
Deer Modern Gun: Nov. 9-13, Nov. 29-Dec. 3, Dec. 14-18 and Dec. 26-30, 2019.
Deer Modern Gun Special Youth Hunt: Nov. 2-3, 2019, and Jan. 4-5, 2020.
WMA Deer Bag Limit: Six deer, no more than one buck, which may include:
- One buck with archery, muzzleloader or modern gun,
- Six does with archery, muzzleloader or modern gun.
- During youth hunt, youths may take six deer, one buck (no antlerÊrestrictions) or six does.
- 12-inch inside spread or 15-inch main beam rule.
- No dogs.
- Hunters 16 and older must harvest and check a doe before harvesting a buck.
- Deer must be brought to the WMA biological data station the first three days of the muzzleloader and modern gun hunts (except during the special youth hunt).
- 2019-20 Quail
Nov. 1, 2019-Feb. 2, 2020. Daily limit - 6, possession limit -12. Bird dogs allowed.
- 2019-20 Rabbit
Sept. 1, 2019-Feb. 29, 2020. Daily limit - 8, possession limit - 16. Dogs allowed except during firearms deer hunts.
- 2019-20 Squirrel
May 15, 2019-Feb. 29, 2020. Dogs allowed except during firearms deer hunts. Daily limit - 12, possession limit - 48.
- 2019 Turkey
Youth Hunt (permit required): April 6-7, 2019. One legal turkey.
Firearms Hunt (permit required): April 8-10, April 13-15 and April 20-22, 2019. One legal turkey, no jakes (youths may take one jake as part of their statewide seasonal limit).
Turkey Notes: A WMA Turkey Hunt Permit is required to hunt turkeys on this WMA. Click here for details.
Conservation easement purchased in 2006. WMA opened in 2007.
- All other seasons closed during firearms permit deer hunts.
- Vehicles, horses, mules and bicycles may only be used on open, gravel/graded roads. Pedaled bicycles (non-motorized) may be used on closed gravel/graded roads.
- Mobility Impaired Access card holders may hunt directly on MIA old abandoned railroad north and south trams. ATVs must remain on the trams.
- MIA card holders may not hunt directly on MIA trails 015, 016 and 034. ATVs on these trails must be 100 feet and no more than 300 feet from the centerline of the MIA trail.
Potlatch owns the area, but the AGFC, Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission, The Nature Conservancy and the Arkansas Forestry Commission joined together in 2006 to purchase a conservation easement to allow hunting and public access to 16,000 acres. (A conservation easement is a voluntary, legal agreement placed on a piece of property that limits certain types of uses or prevents development from taking place now and in the future, but enables the landowner to retain ownership.)