Kentucky's Hunting Access Sites
Burchell-Beech Creek WMA.
Location & Size: Clay County, 1,241 acres
Contact (606) 878-9595
Elevation minimum 928 feet, maximum 1663 feet.
Area Habitat mostly forest: open land 4%, forest 94%, wetland 0%, open water 2%.
Entrance GPS coordinates: Latitude N 37.16866, Longitude W -83.70812
Directions & Description: 4.5 miles northeast of Manchester on Beech Creek and Littleton roads. From Hal Rogers Parkway, take Exit 20 to Manchester. Turn north onto US 421. Travel approximately 1.1 miles and turn right at the traffic light (Second Street). Turn left after crossing the bridge and travel Littleton Road (Railroad Road, Hwy 3432) for approximately 3 miles. Turn off Beech Creek road onto Burt Combs Lake Road.
Sloping hills, ridge top flats, narrow valleys primarily in hardwood forests with some overgrown fields in bottoms. No roads within area. Fishing in 34-acre Bert Combs Lake for trout, channel catfish, bass, crappie, bluegill.
Owned by Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources
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Bert T. Combs lake information
2012-13 Kentucky Hunting and Trapping Guide (PDF), page 45
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