We now have a designated phone number for the check station: 910-580-7312. You may reach a staff member at this number outside of normal duty hours, including weekends, during the deer season. During normal duty hours you may reach us at our office number: 910-432-5427.
Open area sheet for gun deer hunting
Check out our 2021 - 2022 Hunt Calendar
Click here to download and print a vehicle control card
Sunday Hunting is authorized for all Fort Bragg Hunting Permit holders. Migratory bird hunting (Dove, Duck, Goose, etc) is not authorized on Sundays IAW State Law. All deer harvested on Fort Bragg must be brought to the Check Station.
Reminder: Hunters should always report harvest of any game when queried by iSportsman during checkout (in addition to any state reporting).
Check Station, Harvest, and Other Reporting:
Your accurate harvest reporting is a vital part of Fort Bragg’s wildlife population modelling and management. Additionally, Biological Check Station data is essential to the monitoring of individual and herd health, vigor, recruitment, mortality, and disease; which in turn are applied to population management and harvest strategies. Under our current deer herd circumstances this data is imperative for our continued deer hunting to ensure that both our population and harvest are sustainable. We greatly appreciate hunter support by bringing all harvested deer to the Check Station.
We also appreciate hunter support in reporting any and all observations of unauthorized hunting, harvest, or other activity. Call us if you have a question, but call 907-4813 (911 Center) to both document and report any and all unauthorized activities so that we can shut them down.
Avenza is a free app available for iPhone and Android. We have a georeferenced PDF of the Hunting and Fishing map that is compatible with that app. Click here to download the map, and simply upload it in to Avenza. It's pretty cool!
Reminder: our typical hunt week is Wednesday through Sunday.
Haven't completed a state hunter safety course?
You may search available course schedule, and register, at the NC Wildlife Resource Commission website.
Click here if you would like to review the
hunter orientation briefing slideshow
Hunter orientation quiz questions
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