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Fossil hunting legal on Oklahoma Wildlife Management Areas

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Bobo Greybeard

I just got off of the phone with the Jenks off of the Oklahoma Wildlife Department.  I asked if it was legal to collect fossils on the public hunting lands in Oklahoma.  He assured me that it was.  He told me that if it was federal land that the answer would more than likely be "No", but it is ok to look on Oklahoma Wildlife Department lands.  He did say that  you would need an Oklahoma issued hunting license.  I am not sure if any of you guys knew this, or if this is common knowledge, so I thought I would share it with everyone.

 

Happy hunting and stay safe,

 

Bobo

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electricshaman

That’s good to know!  Have seen those signs near White Mound!

 

Have also ran into Jimmy Houston down there.   

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facehugger

Hmmmm, I might have to make a trip to OK soon and find me a trilobite...

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electricshaman

Check the hunting season first!

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Bobo Greybeard
3 hours ago, electricshaman said:

That’s good to know!  Have seen those signs near White Mound!

 

Have also ran into Jimmy Houston down there.   

I am  new to  the game, so I have not  been to the White Mound area.

 

Bobo

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