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Wildlife Management Unit 5A

Those parts of Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the New York-Canada boundary and State Route 30; thence southerly along State Route 30 to US Route 11 in Malone; thence easterly along State Route 11 to State Route 24 (Brainardsville Road); thence easterly along State Route 24 to State Route 190 in Brainardsville; thence easterly through Ellenburg along State Route 190 (Star Road, Military Turnpike) and southeasterly along State Route 190 to State Route 374; thence westerly along State Route 374 to Rand Hill Road; thence southerly along Rand Hill Road to State Route 22B in Morrisonville; thence southerly along State Route 22B to the intersection of State Route 22 at Peru; thence southerly along State Route 22 to the intersection of State Route 9N at Keesville; thence northeasterly along State Route 9N to the intersection of US Route 9; thence northerly along State Route 9 to the Little Ausable River in Clinton County; thence easterly along the south bank of the Little Ausable River to Lake Champlain; thence easterly along a line projected due east to the New York-Vermont boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Vermont boundary to the New York-Canada boundary; thence westerly along the New York-Canada boundary to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 5C

Those parts of Clinton, Essex and Franklin Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 11 and State Route 30 in Malone; thence southerly along State Route 30 to State Route 86 at Paul Smiths; thence easterly along State Route 86 to Franklin County Route 55; thence easterly on State Route 55 to Essex County Route 18; thence southeasterly along County Route 18 to State Route 3; thence northeast along State Route 3 to Essex County Route 18; thence easterly along Essex County Route 18 (Franklin County Route 48), to State Route 431 near the North Pole; thence easterly along State Route 431 to State Route 86 near Wilmington; thence easterly on State Route 86 to State Route 9N at Jay; thence northerly along State Route 9N to the intersection of State Route 22 at Keeseville; thence northerly along State Route 22 to the intersection of State Route 22B at Peru; thence northerly along State Route 22B to the intersection of Rand Hill Road to State Route 374 at West Plattsburg; thence easterly on State Route 374 to State Route 190 (Military Turnpike, Star Road); thence northwesterly along State Route 190 to Franklin County Route 24 at Brainardsville; thence westerly on State Route 24 to US Route 11; thence westerly along State Route 11 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 5F

Those parts of Clinton, Essex, Franklin and Hamilton Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 3 and Route 30 at Tupper Lake; thence southerly along Route 30 to Route 28N; thence easterly along Route 28N to the intersection of Essex County Route 2 (the Boreas or Blue Ridge Road; thence easterly along Route 2 to Interstate Route 87 (Adirondack Northway) at Exit 29; thence northerly along the east side of the northbound lane of Route 87 to Route 9N at Keeseville at Exit 34; thence westerly along Route 9N to Route 86 at Jay; thence westerly along Route 86 to Route 431; thence westerly along Route 431 to Essex County Route 18 (Franklin County Route 48), St. Armand's Road; thence westerly along St. Armand's Road to Route 3; thence southwesterly along Route 3 Essex County Route 18; thence northwesterly along Route 18 to Franklin County Route 55; thence westerly along Route 55 to NYS Route 86; thence westerly to NYS Route 30 at Paul Smiths; thence southerly and westerly along Route 30 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 5G

Those parts of Clinton, Essex, Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of the south bank of the Little Ausable River at Lake Champlain northerly of Ausable Point State Campground ; thence upstream along the south bank of the Little Ausable River to US Route 9; thence southerly along Route 9 to NYS Route 9N; thence southerly along Route 9N to Interstate Route 87 (Adirondack Northway) near Keeseville; thence southerly along the east side of the northbound lane of I-87 to US Route 9 at Pottersville; thence southwesterly along Route 9 to the intersection of NYS Route 8; thence southwesterly along Route 8 to NYS Route 28 at Wevertown; thence southerly along Route 28 to the intersection of US Route 9 near Warrensburg; thence southerly along Route 9 to the junction of the Schroon River in Warrensburg; thence southwesterly along the south bank of the Schroon River to the south or east bank of the Hudson River; thence southerly along the east bank of the Hudson River to the intersection of NYS Route 9N at Lake Luzerne; thence northeasterly along Route 9N to the intersection of NYS Route 9; thence southerly along Route 9 to the intersection of NYS Route 149; thence easterly along Route 149 to the intersection of US Route 4 at Fort Ann; thence northerly along Route 4 to its junction with Route 22; thence northerly and westerly along Route 22 to the eastern shore of South Bay on Lake Champlain; thence northerly along the eastern shore of South Bay to the D&H (Amtrak) Railroad; thence northwesterly along the D&H Railroad to the Dresden-Whitehall town boundary; thence northeasterly along the Dresden-Whitehall town boundary to the Vermont-New York State Boundary; thence northerly along the Vermont-New York State Boundary to a point in Lake Champlain that intersects a line projected due east from the south bank of the Little Ausable River; thence westerly along said line to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 5H

Those parts of Essex,, Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer, Oneida, Saratoga and Warren Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 30 and State Route 28 at Blue Mountain Lake; thence southwesterly along Route 28 to the intersection of State Route 12 and 28 at Alder Creek; thence southerly along Route 28 to the intersection of State Route 29 at Middleville; thence easterly along Route 29 to the intersection of State Route 29A at Salisbury Center; thence easterly along Route 29A to the intersection of State Route 30A at Gloversville; thence northerly on Route 30A to the intersection of State Route 30; thence northerly along Route 30 to Bridge Street in Northville; thence easterly along Bridge Street to the north shore of Great Sacandaga Lake; thence southerly and northeasterly along the north shore of Great Sacandaga Lake to Saratoga County Road 8 at Conklingville Dam; thence northerly along County Road 8 to Saratoga County Road 4; thence easterly along County Road 4 to the intersection of the Hudson River; thence northerly along the east bank of the Hudson River to the south bank of the Schroon River; thence easterly along the south bank of the Schroon River to the intersection of US Route 9 in Warrensburg; thence northerly along Route 9 to the intersection of NYS Route 28; thence northwesterly along Route 28 to the intersection of NYS Route 8 at Wevertown; thence northeasterly along Route 8 to the intersection of US Route 9; thence northerly along Route 9 to the intersection of Interstate Route 87 (Adirondack Northway); thence northerly along the east side of the northbound lane of I-87 to the intersection of the Essex County Route 2, (Boreas or Blue Ridge Road) at Exit 29; thence westerly along Essex County Route 2 to Route 28N; thence westerly along Route 28N to NYS Route 30 at Long Lake; thence southerly along Route 30 and Route 28N to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 5J

Those parts of Fulton, Herkimer, Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of Route 149 and Route 4 at Fort Ann; thence westerly along Route 149 to Route 9; thence northerly along Route 9 to the intersection of NYS Route 9N; thence southerly along Route 9N to the intersection of the Hudson River at Lake Luzerne; thence northerly along the east bank of the Hudson River to the intersection of Saratoga County Route 4 at Lake Luzerne; thence westerly along Route 4 to Saratoga County Road 8 at Conklingville Dam; thence southerly along Route 8 to the north shore of Great Sacandaga Lake; thence southerly, westerly, and northerly along the shore of Great Sacandaga Lake to Bridge Street in Northville; thence west along Bridge Street to NYS Route 30; thence southerly along Route 30 to its intersection with NYS Route 30A; thence southerly along Route 30A to the intersection of NYS Route 29A in Gloversville; thence westerly along State Route 29A to the intersection of State Route 29 at Salisbury Center; thence southerly and easterly along State Route 29, (the North-South Zone Line), to the intersection of US Route 4 at Schuylerville; thence northerly along Route 4 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 5R

Those parts of Saratoga and Schenectady Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of US Route 4 and NYS Route 29 at Schuylerville; thence westerly along Route 29 to Route 147 near Galway; thence southerly along Route 147 to Schenectady County Route 40 (West Glenville Road); thence westerly along Schenectady County Route 40 to Touareuna Road; thence southerly along Touareuna Road to Schenectady County Route 59; thence southerly along Route 59 to State Route 5; thence easterly along Route 5 to the Lock 9 bridge; thence southwesterly along the Lock 9 bridge to the Rotterdam-Glenville town boundary (middle of the Mohawk River); thence southeasterly and northeasterly along the Rotterdam-Glenville town boundary, the City of Schenectady-Town of Glenville boundary, and the Glenville-Niskayuna town boundary to the Saratoga-Schenectady County boundary; thence southeasterly along the Saratoga-Schenectady County boundary to the Albany-Saratoga County boundary; thence northeasterly and southeasterly along the Albany-Saratoga County boundary to the Rensselaer-Saratoga County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence northerly along the Rensselaer-Saratoga County boundary to the Saratoga-Washington County boundary to the intersection of NYS Route 29 at Schuylerville (on the bridge); thence westerly and northerly along Route 29 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 5S

Those parts of Rensselaer and Washington Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of State Route 40 and State Route 22 near North Granville; thence southerly along State Route 40 to State Route 29 at Middle Falls; thence westerly along State Route 29 to the Saratoga-Washington County boundary (middle of the Hudson River); thence southerly along the Saratoga-Washington County boundary to the Saratoga-Rensselaer County boundary and the intersection of Rensselaer County Route 125 (on the Bridge) at Stillwater; thence easterly across the bridge and along State Route 125 (Stillwater Bridge Road) to intersection of State Route 67 at Schaghticoke; thence easterly along State Route 67 to the New York-Vermont boundary; thence northerly along the New York-Vermont boundary to State Route 149 at Granville; thence westerly and southerly along State Route 149 (Main Street, Quaker Street) to the intersection of State Route 22; thence northerly and westerly along State Route 22 to the point of beginning.

Wildlife Management Unit 5T

Those parts of Washington and Saratoga Counties lying within a continuous line beginning at the intersection of US Route 4 and State Route 29 at Schuylerville; thence easterly and northerly along State Route 29 to the to the intersection of State Route 40 at Middle Falls; thence northerly along State Route 40 to the intersection of State Route 22; thence easterly and southerly along State Route 22 to the intersection of State Route 149 at Granville; thence northerly and easterly along State Route 149(Quaker Street, Main Street) to the New York-Vermont boundary; thence northerly, northwesterly(Poultney River) and southwesterly (East Bay) along the New York-Vermont boundary to the Dresden-Whitehall Town boundary at South Bay on Lake Champlain; thence southwesterly along the Dresden-Whitehall Town boundary to the D&H (Amtrak) Railroad; thence southeasterly along the D&H Railroad to the east shore of South Bay; thence southerly along the east shore of South Bay to State Route 22; thence easterly and southerly along State Route 22 the intersection of US Route 4 in Whitehall; thence southerly along State Route 4 to the point of beginning.


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