Upland game hunter will find a mixed bag, including pheasants, quail, squirrels, rabbits, turkeys and white-tail deer. A large percentage of the perimeter of the lake is maintained as a public hunting area by the Corps. Waterfowl Hunters will find good populations of Canada, snow and white-front geese, as well as all species of ducks found within the Central Flyway.
The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks maintains a large percentage of the perimeter of the lake as a public hunting area. A map showing the location of this public hunting land may be obtained at the project office. The Department also maintains a waterfowl refuge at Marion Reservoir located just east of French Creek Cove which is off-limits to the public. Its boundaries are designated on the Marion Reservoir brochure and the hunting map.
Address: Located just north of US 56 between the communities of Marion and Hillsboro.
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