Raystown Lake opens road, 2013 gobbler hunting season

Published March 11, 2013

RAYSTOWN LAKE, Pa. — The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Raystown Lake announces the opening of the following access road beginning Saturday, April 20 through Friday, May 31 for Spring Gobbler hunting:   The High Germany Road (Gate 28 –Nancy’s Camp Service Road), to accommodate the special season for eligible junior hunters and will remain open through May 31 for the regular spring gobbler season.


The Corps will post signs designating hunting and restricted zones within these areas.  There is no off-season maintenance on this roadway.  Vehicle operators will be traveling at their own risk.  The Corps may close this access area depending on weather and road conditions.


Hunters participating in hunting activities at the Raystown Lake project must strictly adhere to all Pennsylvania Game Commission regulations, applicable U.S. Fish and Wildlife regulations, as well as any special regulations posted by the Corps. 


For more information on Raystown Lake natural resources and hunting programs, visit the natural resources stewardship link at http://raystown.nab.usace.army.mil/.                       



Release no. 13-005