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Arkansas
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Timberlands Region
Timberlands Region
Cutoff Creek State Wildlife Management Area
Cutoff Creek State Wildlife Management Area
CUTOFF CREEK STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA
CUTOFF CREEK STATE WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AREA
The area is mostly bottomland hardwood with some upland sites. Tree species include willow oak, overcup oak, various red oaks, white oaks and hickories. There is only one major stream which is Cut-Off Creek. There are three major sloughs on the area; Latin Drain, Firehunt Slough and Hathaway Slough.
Camping
There are 4 campsites on the area maintained by the commission. These are primitive sites mostly for tents or pull trailer campers. Campsite 1 is in Sect. 29,30 and 32, T 15 S, R 4 W and can hold 200 people. Campsite 2 is in Sect. 12, T 15 S, R 4 W and can hold 100 people. Campsite 3 is in Sect. 28, T 14 S, R 4 W and can hold 30 people. Campsite 4 is in Sect. 4, T 14 S, R 4 W and can hold 30 people. All litter is to be taken out by the users.
Fishing
Duck hunting is one of the most popular activities on the area. Approximately 2,000 acres are flooded annually for ducks. Mallards are commonly taken as well as wood ducks. Morning hunting only except the last 3 days of the last waterfowl season. No decoys left overnight.

Squirrel hunting is considered good with gray squirrels being the most common.

Deer hunting is fair with an expanding population. Permits are required for the muzzleloading and modern gun hunts.

Furbearers such as the raccoon and mink provide good opportunities for trappers.


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USA Parks
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Arkansas
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Timberlands Region
Timberlands Region
Cutoff Creek State Wildlife Management Area
Cutoff Creek State Wildlife Management Area