Perry Lake has approximately 21,600 acres of public land managed for wildlife. Turkey, deer, quail, pheasant, rabbit, squirrel, duck and geese may be found on federal public hunting lands. Public lands are delineated by yellow survey marker signs mounted on yellow posts. These boundary markers delineate the corners and boundary lines. Anything from the sign to the lake is public property. Remember that every ethical hunter should respect the rights of neighboring landowners and ask permission before hunting on private property. Always make sure of your target and impact area before shooting.