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    Thanks for the clarification lib!!! I think when I was looking at that area I was actually looking into 120 deer, which is the southern part of 83 antelope and most of the non private land in it is on the reservation.

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    Forgive my ignorance, i am trying to understand this completely. Any of the orange area (indian res) within unit 83, that is also inside Hot Springs County is also huntable public access? Is indian reservation permission still required?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneshooter View Post
    Forgive my ignorance, i am trying to understand this completely. Any of the orange area (indian res) within unit 83, that is also inside Hot Springs County is also huntable public access? Is indian reservation permission still required?
    No, the WRIR lands are not considered "public". In order to hunt within the boundaries of the reservation, a Non-Native American must be on deeded (private) land. The land that shows up as orange on the map is held in trust by the Feds for the tribes and tribal law applies.

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    The easiest answer to this one is find another unit to hunt, LOL!

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    looks like a fair amount of huntable blm on the north end by what the map shows

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    libidilatimmy, is there any way for a non native american to get permission on the WRIR (the orange area) or is it strictly off limits?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cycloneshooter View Post
    libidilatimmy, is there any way for a non native american to get permission on the WRIR (the orange area) or is it strictly off limits?
    No, the tribal lands are strictly off limits to someone that's not enrolled with the tribes for hunting. I've even had encounters with tribal G&F while I was working where they threatened to give me a trespassing violation before even asking why I was on the reservation. Once I told them what I was doing and why, I was a land surveyor at the time, they're attitude completely changed. If a Non-Native American is found to be in violation of any tribal G&F law, no matter how frivolous in nature, the wardens are sure to write a myriad of tickets including trespassing.

    Fishing, now that is a completely different subject all together. It is legal for someone not enrolled with the tribes to be on this tribal ground, provided that you didn't cross deeded or allotted land without permission to get there, while fishing and having a tribal fishing permit in possession on the WRIR.

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