Hunters will find upland game plentiful on lands surrounding the lake. Bobwhite quail, rabbit, squirrel, white-tail deer, and migratory waterfowl are plentiful at Pomona Lake. Many furbearers and non-game birds are also abundant. Moist-soil wetlands have been recently constructed on some 4,500 acres of public hunting lands managed by the Corps of Engineers. These areas are seasonally flooded to provide needed resting and feeding acres for migratory birds and quality furbearer habitats. On farm lands managed by the Corps a portion of the crop is left unharvested for wildlife. Hunters can expect good hunting conditions on most of these managed lands with low to moderate hunting pressure.
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