St. CHARLES, Mo.—The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is conducting a reallocation drawing for three waterfowl hunting blind sites in the restricted zone on the Upper Mississippi River Conservation Area. Waterfowl hunters may register online for the reallocation drawing from Sept. 8-15. MDC will select the winning applicants by random drawing Sept. 17. The winning hunters will have from Sept. 19-25 to add co-registrants to the blind sites.
The blind sites available for reallocation are:
Hunters may opt to build a permanent blind on the site, construct a temporary blind, or hunt from a boat blind.
Registrants for the reallocation drawing must meet the following requirements:
To register for the reallocation drawing, go to https://tinyurl.com/y3b9o3jw. The page also contains a link to scalable aerial maps of the blind sites.
For more information, call the Upper Mississippi Conservation Area at 573-898-5905 or the MDC St. Louis Regional Office at 636-441-4554.
The Upper Mississippi Conservation Area includes federal lands along the Mississippi River north of St. Louis. These sites include Pools 24, 25, and 26, and consist of 87 separate tracts totaling 12,500 acres between Melvin Price Lock and Dam and LaGrange, Mo.