Grand River Dam Authority Opens Property For Controlled Hunts This Fall

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Grand River Dam Authority Opens Property For Controlled Hunts This Fall
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Online registration now open …
GRDA opens up property for controlled hunts in the fall

As it opens up some of its Ottawa County property for controlled hunts this coming fall, the Grand River Dam Authority is announcing that the public can now register for those hunts online.

Prospective hunters can access the online registration at https://www.grda.com/ecosystems-watershed-management/

This page allows users to sign up for controlled hunts, beginning in the fall, on GRDA property along the Neosho River. Combined, GRDA is opening up approximately 1,800 acres for these hunts.

Primary applicants can add up to three other individuals for a group of up to four hunters. While the hunts are open to the public, GRDA also asks that residents of its municipal customer, public power communities upload a copy of a utility bill as proof of residence for consideration for special opening day hunts.

The controlled hunts for deer and waterfowl will begin this fall. In the spring, there will also be a controlled hunt for turkey. Prospective hunters can apply for all of these hunts online now.