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Wildlife Management Unit 6A

Those parts of Franklin, Jefferson and St. Lawrence Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Canada Boundary and Route 30; thence southerly along Route 30 to US Route 11 in Malone; thence southwesterly along Route 11 through Potsdam, Canton, and Gouverneur, to St. Lawrence County Route 9 south of Gouverneur; thence southerly along County Route 9 to Spragueville and the northwest corner of Fort Drum at Jefferson County Route 26; thence southwesterly along the western boundary of Fort Drum and continuing southwesterly along the boundary of Fort Drum and Jefferson County Route 30 (Pleasant Street) to Jefferson County Route 29 at Strickland Corners; thence northerly along Route 29 to NYS Route 26 near Philadelphia thence northwesterly along Route 26 through Theresa to the village limits of Alexandria Bay; thence westerly along the southern limits of Alexandria Bay to the St. Lawrence River; thence northeasterly along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River to the Jefferson-St. Lawrence County boundary; thence northwesterly along the Jefferson-St. Lawrence County boundary to the New York-Canada boundary; thence northeasterly along the New York-Canada boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 6C

Those parts of Franklin, St. Lawrence, Jefferson, and Lewis Counties, with the exceptions of land within Fort Drum designated as Unit 6H, lying within a continuous line beginning with the intersection of US Route 11 and State Route 30 in Malone; thence southwesterly along State Route 11 through Potsdam, Canton, and Gouverneur to St. Lawrence County Route 9; thence southerly thence southerly along State Route 9 to Spraqueville and the northwest corner of Fort Drum at Jefferson County Route 26; thence southeasterly, southwesterly and westerly along the Fort Drum boundary to State Route 26 at Great Bend; thence southerly along State Route 26 to the intersection of Payne Road; thence southeasterly along Payne road to the intersection of State Route 12D; thence northeasterly along State Route 12D until it becomes McAlpine Street; thence northeasterly along McAlpine Street to the intersection of Center Street at Lyons Falls; thence easterly along Center Street to Franklin Street; thence southerly along Franklin Street to the intersection of Laura Street; thence easterly along Laura Street to the intersection of Lyons Falls Road; thence northerly along Lyons Falls Road to the intersection of Greig Road; thence northerly along Greig Road to the intersection of Pine Grove Road; thence northerly along Pine Grove Road to the intersection of Number Four Road at Bushes Landing; thence northeasterly along Number Four Road to the intersection of Erie Canal Road at Crystal Dale; thence northerly along Erie Canal Road to Belfort Road; thence northerly along Belfort Road to Old State Road; thence westerly along Old State Road to Erie Canal Road; thence northerly along Erie Canal Road to the intersection of State Route 812 (Indian River Road) at Indian River; thence northerly along thence northerly along State Route 812 to State Route 3; thence northeasterly along State Route 3 to State Route 58 at Fine; thence northerly on State Route 58 to St. Lawrence County Route 27 (Fine-Degrasse Road) near Fine; thence easterly and northerly along State Route 27 to St. Lawrence County Route 24 near West Pierrepont; thence northeasterly on State Route 24 to State Route 68 at Pierrepont; thence easterly along State Route 68 to State Route 56 at Colton; thence southerly on State Route 56 to St. Lawrence County Route 58; thence northeasterly along County Route 58 to State Route 72 near Parishville; thence northeasterly along State Route 72 to State Route 11B at Hopkinton; thence northeasterly along State Route 11B to State Route 30; thence northerly along State Route 30 to US Route 11 at the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 6F

Those parts of , Franklin and St. Lawrence Counties beginning at the intersection of NYS Route 11B and NYS Route 30 at Malone; thence southwesterly along Route 11B to Route 72 at Hopkinton; thence southwesterly along Route 72 to St. Lawrence County Route 58 at Parishville; thence southwesterly along St. Lawrence County Route 58 to NYS Route 56; thence northerly along Route 56 to NYS Route 68; thence westerly on Route 68 to St. Lawrence County Route 24 at Pierrepont; thence southerly along Route 24 to St. Lawrence County Route 27; thence southerly and westerly along Route 27 to NYS Route 58 near Fine; thence southerly along Route 58 to the intersection of NYS Route 3; thence easterly and northerly along Route 3 to the intersection of NYS Route 30 east of Tupper Lake; thence northerly along Route 30 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 6G

Those parts of Oswego, Jefferson and Lewis Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the confluence of the Salmon River with Lake Ontario; thence easterly along the north shore of the Salmon River to State Route 11; thence northerly along State Route 11 to the intersection of Jefferson County Road 69 in Adams; thence northeasterly along County Route 69 until it becomes Lewis County Road 175; thence northeasterly along County Route 175 until it becomes Jefferson County Road 69; thence northeasterly along County Route 69 to the intersection of State Route 12; thence southeasterly along State Route 12 to the intersection of State Route 26 at Lowville; thence northerly along State Route 26 to the boundary of Fort Drum at Great Bend; thence along the boundary line of Fort Drum in a southwesterly, northerly and easterly direction to Jefferson County Route 29 at Strickland Corners; thence northerly along State Route 29 to State Route 26 and US Route 11 at Philadelphia; thence northwesterly and westerly along State Route 26 through the Village of Theresa to the Village limits of Alexandria Bay; thence northwesterly along the southern limits of Alexandria Bay to the St. Lawrence River; thence southwesterly along the south shore of the St. Lawrence River to Lake Ontario; thence southerly along the east shore of Lake Ontario to the point of beginning including all of the Jefferson County islands in the St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario.

Wildlife Management Unit 6H

The Fort Drum Cooperator Area, as described in Part 55 of this Chapter, and being Fort Drum Military Reservation in its entirety, located in portions of the towns of Antwerp, Champion, Le Ray, Philadelphia and Wilna in Jefferson County, and in the town of Diana in Lewis County.

Wildlife Management Unit 6J

Those parts of Franklin, Hamilton, Herkimer, Lewis, Oneida and St. Lawrence Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 30 and State Route 3 at Tupper Lake; thence southerly along State Route 30 to the intersection of State Route 28 at Blue Mountain Lake; thence southwesterly along State Route 28 to State Route 12 at Alder Creek; thence northerly along State Route 12 to State Route 12D at Boonville; thence northerly along State Route 12D to the intersection of Payne Road north of Collinsville; thence southeasterly along Payne Road to the intersection of State Route 12D; thence northeasterly along State Route 12D until it becomes McAlpine Street; thence northeasterly along McAlpine Street to the intersection of Center Street at Lyons Falls; thence easterly along Center Street to Franklin Street; thence southerly along Franklin Street to the intersection of Laura Street; thence easterly along Laura Street to the intersection of Lyons Falls Road; thence northerly along Lyons Falls Road to the intersection of Greig Road; thence northerly along Greig Road to the intersection of Pine Grove Road; thence northerly along Pine Grove Road to the intersection of Number Four Road at Bushes Landing; thence northeasterly along Number Four Road to the intersection of Erie Canal Road at Crystal Dale; thence northerly along Erie Canal Road to Belfort Road; thence northerly along Belfort Road to Old State Road; thence westerly along Old State Road to Erie Canal Road; thence northerly along Erie Canal Road to the intersection of State Route 812 (Indian River Road) at Indian River; thence northerly along State Route 812 to the intersection of State Route 3; thence northeasterly along State Route 3 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 6K

Those parts of Jefferson, Lewis, Oswego and Oneida Counties, lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of US Route 11 and State Route 69 at Adams; thence southerly along State Route 11 to State Route 49 at Central Square; thence easterly along State Route 49 to State Route 365 in Rome; thence easterly along State Route 365 to State Route 12 at Trenton (Barneveld); thence northerly along State Routes 12 and 28 to alder Creek; thence northwesterly along State Route 12 to Main Street at Boonville; thence northwesterly along Main Street to the intersection of State Route 12D; thence northerly along State Route 12D to the intersection of State Route 26 at Potters Corners; thence southerly along State Route 26 to the intersection of Lewis County Route 46 (Osceola Road) at West Leyden; thence northwest along State Route 46 to Lewis County Route 44; thence westerly along State Route 44 until it becomes Oswego County Road 39 (at the Lewis-Oswego County line); thence westerly along State Route 39 to Oswego County Route 27; thence north along State Route 27 to Oswego County Route 17; thence north along State Route 17 until it becomes Jefferson County Road 92; (at the Oswego-Jefferson County line); thence north along County Route 92 to the intersection of Jefferson County Road 93; thence north along County Route 93 to the intersection of State Route 189 at Lorraine; thence northeasterly along State Route 189 to State Route 177; thence easterly along State Route 177 to the intersection of State Route 12 at West Lowville; thence northwesterly along State Route 12 to the intersection of Jefferson County Road 69 (Churchill Road); thence southwesterly along County Route 69 until it becomes Lewis County Road 175; thence southwesterly along County Route 175 until it becomes Jefferson County Road 69; thence southwesterly along County Route 69 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 6N

Those parts of Jefferson, Lewis and Oswego Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Jefferson County Roads 93 and 189 (formerly Route 178) at Lorraine and extending east and north on CR 189 through Worth, to the intersection of NYS Route 177; thence easterly on Route 177 to NYS Route 12 at West Lowville; thence east on Route 12 to the intersection of NYS Route 26 at Lowville; thence southerly along Route 26 to the intersection of Lewis County Route 46 (Osceola Road) at West Leyden; thence westerly along Route 46 to Lewis County Route 44 (Redfield Rd.); thence west along Route 44 until it becomes Oswego County Road 39 (at the Lewis-Oswego county line); thence west along Route 39 to Oswego County Route 27; thence north along CR 27 to Oswego County Route 17; thence north along CR 17 until it becomes Jefferson County Road 92 (at the Oswego-Jefferson county line); thence north along CR 92 to Jefferson county Road 93; thence northwest along CR 93 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 6P

That part of Madison & Oneida Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 49 and NYS Route 13 near North Bay; thence southerly along Route 13 to NYS Route 31; thence easterly along Route 31 to the intersection of NYS Route 316; thence southeasterly along Route 316 to the intersection of NYS Route 46; thence southerly along Route 46 to NYS Route 5 at Oneida; thence easterly along Route 5 to the intersection of NYS Routes 8 & 12; thence northerly along Routes 5, 8, & 12 to the intersection of Route 49; thence northwesterly along Route 49 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 6R

Those parts of Fulton, Herkimer, Montgomery, Oneida, Saratoga and Schenectady Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 365 with 12 and 28 north of Barneveld; thence southwesterly along Route 365 to Route 49 at Rome; thence southeasterly along Route 49 to NYS Route 5 at Utica; thence southeasterly along Route 5 to the intersection of Schenectady County Route 59; thence northerly along Route 59 to Touareuna Road; thence northerly along Touareuna Road to Schenectady County Route 40; thence easterly along Schenectady County Route 40 to Route 147; thence northerly along Route 147 to Route 29 at Kimball Corners; thence westerly along Route 29 to Route 28 in Middleville; thence northwesterly along Route 28 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 6S

Those parts of Herkimer, Madison, Montgomery, Oneida, Otsego and Schoharie Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of NYS Route 5 and Route 10 at Canajoharie; thence northwesterly along Route 5 to the intersection of Routes 790, 12, 5 & 8 in Utica; thence southerly and westerly along Route 5 to the intersection of NYS Route 26; thence southerly along Route 26 to the intersection of US 20; thence easterly and southeasterly along Route 20 to Route 10 at Sharon Springs; thence northeasterly along Route 10 to the point of beginning.


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