- Who is authorized to hunt or fish on Fort Benning?
- U.S. Military Active Duty and Retired personnel
- Veterans with a service connected disability of not less than 30 percent
- Medal of Honor recipients
- Current or retired full-time Department of Defense civilian employees
- Federal civilian employees working full-time or equivalent status on Fort Benning and retired federal civilian employees who were employed at Fort Benning immediately prior to retirement
- National Guardsmen and Reservists on active status
Surviving spouses of military personnel who possess a valid dependent ID card
Foreign military personnel assigned to Fort Benning
Primary dependents of sponsors
Guests (Review FB Regulation 200-1 for additional information regarding guests)
- Open Areas
Please call Outdoor Recreation at 706-545-7978 for more information about open areas.
- Hunting and Fishing Map Georeferenced
- Fort Benning Hunting and Fishing Information
- Hunting and Fishing Fees
- Security of Privately Owned Arms, Ammunition, and Explosives
- Hunter Education Course
- Hunting, Fishing, and Recreation Regulation
- Registration form for Privately Owned Weapons
- Firearms Suppressor ETP Procedures
- Annex A ETP Request Memorandum
- Annex B Verification of Diagnosis Memo
Please also remember that turkey hunting runs through 15 May and no hog hunting is allowed until turkey season is over.
Personnel authorized to hunt and fish on Fort Benning and who possess a valid state license must purchase hunting and fishing permits. Post permits for Hunting and Fishing can be validated at the Recreational Shooting Complex and Outdoor Recreation during regular business hours. Permits are valid for one year from date of purchase. For more information about hunting and fishing on Fort Benning, call the Conservation Branch at +1 (706) 544-7079.