C.F. McClintic Wildlife Management Area is 5 mi. n. on SR 62, then 1 mi. e. on Potters Creek Rd. (CR 11). Hunting for deer, rabbits, wild turkeys and waterfowl is popular in the 3,655-acre area. More than 30 impoundments allow for warm-water fishing for a wide variety of species, including bluegill, bass and catfish.