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Re: Hancock land management
« Reply #15 on: February 25, 2024, 04:47:02 PM »
Hancock does not charge in eastern WA, are you sure they charge n western WA? Google them and give them a call.
If they donít then itís free access correct?


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Re: Hancock land management
« Reply #16 on: February 25, 2024, 05:35:40 PM »
They go by Manulife right now. They do sell access permits for Kapowsin. Probably just took it down for now so that people arent confused and buying a permit thats about to expire... They usually change over permit years on 4/1 I think?

That permit area does have Hampton land as well as other landowners in it.  Likewise, Hampton's Eatonville permit has some Manulife property enrolled in it.  OnX only shows ownership, not what permit the lands may be enrolled in.

PIERCE COUNTY
Our forestlands in Pierce County all require recreational access permits.  The majority of our Pierce County lands are a part of our expanded Eatonville recreation area, previously managed by Manulife Investment Management (Hancock Forest Management).  Permits are available for purchase now through the My Outdoor Agent platform. There are a total of 275 permits available, though they are selling quickly.  The recreation term for the Eatonville permit begins May 1 and ends December 31 each year. The property is closed to all recreation access from January 1 to April 30. While the permit is similar to years past, it has changed in some ways.  Please refer to the permit agreement to answer most if not all of your questions.  Should you have additional questions after reading through the agreement please route them through My Outdoor Agent, the recreation managers.

https://www.hamptonlumber.com/recreation/

I am not sure about the unit he is trying to hunt if they bought that or not but kapowsin is now owned by Hampton as far as I can tell.

That is the Eatonville permit area, which is different than the Kapowsin permit.  Hancock used to manage both rec permits, but Hampton took over Eatonville a couple years ago.

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Re: Hancock land management
« Reply #17 on: February 25, 2024, 05:38:49 PM »
They go by Manulife right now. They do sell access permits for Kapowsin. Probably just took it down for now so that people arent confused and buying a permit thats about to expire... They usually change over permit years on 4/1 I think?

That permit area does have Hampton land as well as other landowners in it.  Likewise, Hampton's Eatonville permit has some Manulife property enrolled in it.  OnX only shows ownership, not what permit the lands may be enrolled in.

PIERCE COUNTY
Our forestlands in Pierce County all require recreational access permits.  The majority of our Pierce County lands are a part of our expanded Eatonville recreation area, previously managed by Manulife Investment Management (Hancock Forest Management).  Permits are available for purchase now through the My Outdoor Agent platform. There are a total of 275 permits available, though they are selling quickly.  The recreation term for the Eatonville permit begins May 1 and ends December 31 each year. The property is closed to all recreation access from January 1 to April 30. While the permit is similar to years past, it has changed in some ways.  Please refer to the permit agreement to answer most if not all of your questions.  Should you have additional questions after reading through the agreement please route them through My Outdoor Agent, the recreation managers.

https://www.hamptonlumber.com/recreation/

I am not sure about the unit he is trying to hunt if they bought that or not but kapowsin is now owned by Hampton as far as I can tell.

That is the Eatonville permit area, which is different than the Kapowsin permit.  Hancock used to manage both rec permits, but Hampton took over Eatonville a couple years ago.
Right but Iíd be in grey  harbor county I guess I gotta just call them


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Re: Hancock land management
« Reply #18 on: February 25, 2024, 05:55:12 PM »
Always best to just go direct if you can get ahold of someone.

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Re: Hancock land management
« Reply #19 on: February 25, 2024, 06:52:45 PM »
They go by Manulife right now. They do sell access permits for Kapowsin. Probably just took it down for now so that people arent confused and buying a permit thats about to expire... They usually change over permit years on 4/1 I think?

That permit area does have Hampton land as well as other landowners in it.  Likewise, Hampton's Eatonville permit has some Manulife property enrolled in it.  OnX only shows ownership, not what permit the lands may be enrolled in.

PIERCE COUNTY
Our forestlands in Pierce County all require recreational access permits.  The majority of our Pierce County lands are a part of our expanded Eatonville recreation area, previously managed by Manulife Investment Management (Hancock Forest Management).  Permits are available for purchase now through the My Outdoor Agent platform. There are a total of 275 permits available, though they are selling quickly.  The recreation term for the Eatonville permit begins May 1 and ends December 31 each year. The property is closed to all recreation access from January 1 to April 30. While the permit is similar to years past, it has changed in some ways.  Please refer to the permit agreement to answer most if not all of your questions.  Should you have additional questions after reading through the agreement please route them through My Outdoor Agent, the recreation managers.

https://www.hamptonlumber.com/recreation/

I am not sure about the unit he is trying to hunt if they bought that or not but kapowsin is now owned by Hampton as far as I can tell.

That is the Eatonville permit area, which is different than the Kapowsin permit.  Hancock used to manage both rec permits, but Hampton took over Eatonville a couple years ago.

Got it, been to long since I hunted that property.

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Re: Hancock land management
« Reply #20 on: February 26, 2024, 08:49:42 PM »
Try this. In 2022 I made contact with the following:

Hillary Freeberg
Senior License Cordinator
hancockrecreation@manulife.com

I had several email conversations with her regarding their western Washington lands down at the coast. She just asked for the GPS coordinates and it was easy peasy.


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