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For more information, contact Cliff Dailey at or 318.487.5885.

The terrain on Sabine WMA varies from rolling hills to creek bottoms. The major timber type is loblolly pine. Upland overstory species also include red, post, and white oak; hickory; and sweetgum. Upland understory species include yaupon, French mulberry, hawthorn, sassafras, black cherry, wax myrtle, huckleberry, and dogwood. The creek bottoms have an overstory comprised of beech; willow, water, and southern red oak; red maple; black and sweetgum; and magnolia, and an understory of ironwood, dogwood, wild azalea, deciduous holly, and seedlings of the overstory.


Activities and Amenities

Hunting and trapping: Available game species include deer, squirrel, rabbit, waterfowl, quail, dove, and woodcock. Turkey hunting is available by lottery only. There is also a youth deer season. Trapping is allowed; available species are mink, raccoon, opossum, skunk, fox, beaver, and coyote. See regulations for details.

In addition, there is a physically challenged deer season.

Camping: There is a primitive camping area in the northwest portion of the WMA.

Other: Hiking, photography, birding










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Sabine WMA is located approximately 5 miles south of Zwolle. Access the WMA via LA Hwy 6 or U.S. Hwy 171.