Hunting & Fishing
The Pass and Permit office sells hunting and fishing licenses and issues area access passes for recreational activities, i.e. fishing, hunting, camping, nature watching, berry picking, etc. The fishing season is year round in ponds and rivers with the prime bass, redbreast and crappie in the spring of the year. Everyone needs to check with Fish and Wildlife website or the Pass and Permit Office to review any changes before you go hunting or fishing on Ft.Stewart or Hunter AAF.
You MUST register your gun/weapon to bring it onto Ft.Stewart or Hunter AAF for recreation shooting and hunting. Per IAW Revised Army Regulation 190-11. Please do not bring your weapons to the registration station. Note this is not a hunting permit. For more detailed information please contact the Registration Office 912-767-5195.
AREA STATUS SHEETS
For current Status Sheets click here.
You must possess a current GA fishing license. Visit georgiawildlife.com for current license information and registration.
2015 Marne Trail Bass Tournaments:
18 April 2015 Metz Pond
16 May 2015 Pineview Lake
26 September Metz Pond
2014 Angler of the Year Award Was Won By Ron Welch, Congrats!!!!!.
All Bass Tournaments sign up is at Pass & Permit. Information on tournament issued when signed up. 1st Place $250 & Largest Bass $100 guaranteed. Other places will be determined on number of entries.
Managed Hog Hunt 28 March 2015:
Sign up going on now at Pass & Permit Drawing on 19 March 2015.
So what's in Season?
Small Game: August - February
Deer/hog (Archery): September - January
Deer/hog (Primitive Weapon): October - January
Deer/hog (Firearms): October - January
Feral Hogs: Yearround (except during Spring Gobbler Season)
Spring Gobbler: March - May
Attention Archery Hunters:
ALL archery hunters must successfully complete a qualification session which are now available by appointment only, contact the Pass and Permit Office at Fort Stewart (912 -435-8061) or the Skeet Range at HAAF (912-315-9354). Shooters must hit 2 out of 3 arrows in the target at both 20 and 30 yards. A $5 processing fee will be charged.
Interested in a 3-D Archery Course?
Certain training areas require completion of an annual qualification, contact Pass and Permit for those specific areas.
Individual must have a valid Fort Stewart pass to access training areas for ALL activities (including but not limited to hunting/fishing/camping/picniking/nature watching). You may not leave Hwy 144 or Hwy 119 outside the cantonment area without a pass. The only exception is the Holbrook Pond Recreation Area off Hwy 144 East. Pass may be purchased at the Pass and Permit Office, Bldg 8093 off Hwy 144 East.
Vist Hunting on Fort Stewart & HAAF for more information.
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