State to Manage Phil Bryant’s Wildlife

ROLLING FORK, MS (Ben Caxton) — State officials gathered near Rolling Fork Wednesday to dedicate the Phil Bryant Wildlife Management Area. The 18,000-acre site in Warren and Issaquena counties is divided into four areas to offer different types of hunting, including group hunts in a primitive setting. Bryant will complete his second term as governor in January and said during the dedication ceremony that he looks forward to bringing his grandchildren to hunt on the land.


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