News Release, Maryland Department of Natural Resources
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources presents opportunities for Canada goose hunting on Deep Creek Lake and waterfowl hunting at Broadford Lake, both in Garrett County, on Nov. 25, 26, and 27.
Hunters can participate in these hunts by permit and reservation only, during select days of the season. Applications are available for individuals to hunt one of three blind sites on Deep Creek Lake and one of four blind sites on Broadford Lake.
Anyone who participates in the hunt must stay within 50 feet of the stake or buoy marking their designated blind site, except for the purpose of retrieving the game.
A map of the hunting site is available on the department’s website. Hunters can register for a blind site within four days of the hunt date by calling the Myrtle Grove Wildlife Management Area office at 301-743-5161. Interested hunters can also apply for a permit online.
Information on alternative methods to apply and details about the reservation process is available at the Myrtle Grove Wildlife Management Area office. More information about the hunt is available by calling 301-334-4255.