The KFWD is proposing that Redbird WMA will go Archery only next year for Deer. I was wondering what is considered the Redbird wma. Is the Wma only on the Leslie county side of 421, or is the DBNF Land on the Clay side of 421 also considered WMA. On page 51 of the public hunting land, it says that the wma is open to elk hunting unit 6a quota hunts. The Redbird Wma is listed as 6B, on the 2012 elk hunting units pdf file. It cant be both, and wont matter if they lift the EHU zones. Also I was curious if the public land on the Peabody side of Route 66 would be considered Redbird Wma or public land under DBNF land that would still remain open to gun hunting. Either way, I figured it was a typo mistake in the public hunting book saying that Redbird was 6a. I spent this weekend scouting and getting familiar with the wma since its going bow only for deer. Didnt see a deer, lol. Saw about 6 people black powder hunting as I was wondering around in Sugar Creek and Gilberts Creek. One of the prettiest places I ever walked through in some areas. Everyone I talked to said about the same thing, deer very scattered, hardly saw any, lol. I may have looked at the book wrong, but I figured I would ask. This weekend was my first time in Redbird!