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Postby PSE Shooter18 » Tue May 21, 2019 10:17 am

Wonder what changes will be made this year if any?
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Rakkin6 » Wed May 22, 2019 8:36 am

I haven't heard of any yet. I am hoping for a good season this year. I know I am going to thin out the doe herd early this year. I held off way to long last year and have an empty freezer.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Racknquack » Sat May 25, 2019 6:59 pm

I hope they change the way the areas are drawn. It is more difficult to me in its current format.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby TN Whitetail Freak » Mon Jun 10, 2019 10:17 am

Think im going to attempt to hunt the Fort this year just for archery only. I see I have a lot to learn as far as how the process of hunting it goes because you just cant come and go as you please.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Rakkin6 » Mon Jun 10, 2019 9:57 pm

Yes first you need to get on the ISPORTSMAN page and register your account. After your account is registered you hadave to come to fort Campbell and buy your post permit. I think it is like 35.00 for deer only or 60.00 for the sportsman's which allows all species of hunting and fishing. After you get your permit they need to verify your account so you can use it to check into the areas you want to hunt. Make sure when you come to post you bring your Hunter education card and your Tennessee hunting license. They will not validate your account without those 2 items. If you have another questions just ask.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby TN Whitetail Freak » Tue Jun 11, 2019 10:19 am

Are there any KML files I can download to open in Google Earth. I've downloaded the Outdoor Recreation Map. If not Ill have to start manually laying out the boundaries of off limit spots etc.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby @fulldraw » Tue Jun 11, 2019 10:41 am

I have an old kmz file for google earth someone created several years ago. Some boundaries and driveable roads have changed. Basically the file is the recreation map that overlays google earth. It’s not hard to identify the boundaries once you see the training areas in person.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Mr.Bro » Tue Jun 11, 2019 12:29 pm

Got to pass the background check and register your gun also.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Rakkin6 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:08 pm

Sorry I didnt mention the gun I thought he said bow only and being active duty i forget about the background check. And has far has boundaries I literally just use google earth and the outdoor map. The boundaries and off limits roads tend to change from year to year. So I would just download the map from ISPORTSMAN and use google earth, most areas are pretty much separated by major terrain features in all the cardinal directions so it is actually hard to get out of your training area.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Rakkin6 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 4:09 pm

TN Whitetail Freak whenever you are up this way let me know and I can hook you up with an actual MGRS 1/50,000 (military map) that I have of Fort Campbell. I have a bunch of the most updated ones from Range Control.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Roost 1 » Tue Jun 11, 2019 9:18 pm

Rakkin6 wrote:TN Whitetail Freak whenever you are up this way let me know and I can hook you up with an actual MGRS 1/50,000 (military map) that I have of Fort Campbell. I have a bunch of the most updated ones from Range Control.


If you have a bunch I wouldn’t mind having one....
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby TN Whitetail Freak » Wed Jun 12, 2019 5:55 pm

I was just reading 2018 regs and from what i see they open shotgun,ML, and archery all at the same time?
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby BULL MOOSE » Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:28 pm

TN Whitetail Freak wrote:I was just reading 2018 regs and from what i see they open shotgun,ML, and archery all at the same time?


You got it! But there are plenty of archery only areas. I think that giant hit by the car last year was in an archery only area.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Roost 1 » Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:39 pm

BULL MOOSE wrote:
TN Whitetail Freak wrote:I was just reading 2018 regs and from what i see they open shotgun,ML, and archery all at the same time?


You got it! But there are plenty of archery only areas. I think that giant hit by the car last year was in an archery only area.



Negative.... he was staying in an “Off-limits” area.
The archery areas are the most sought after and fill up first.
There are a variety of reasons why this is so and I’ll assure it won’t change any time soon.
Good luck TN Whitetail Freak, @fulldraw and myself will be around most every weekend if we can get an area.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby BULL MOOSE » Wed Jun 12, 2019 8:53 pm

Roost 1 wrote:
BULL MOOSE wrote:
TN Whitetail Freak wrote:I was just reading 2018 regs and from what i see they open shotgun,ML, and archery all at the same time?


You got it! But there are plenty of archery only areas. I think that giant hit by the car last year was in an archery only area.



Negative.... he was staying in an “Off-limits” area.
The archery areas are the most sought after and fill up first.
There are a variety of reasons why this is so and I’ll assure it won’t change any time soon.
Good luck TN Whitetail Freak, @fulldraw and myself will be around most every weekend if we can get an area.


I just wish I lived closer than 4.5 hours away to put some binoculars on summer bucks and get to hunt more in October.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby TN Whitetail Freak » Thu Jun 13, 2019 7:19 am

Ill probably end up bowhunting a gun zone. Those archery only areas don't look like they have a lot of habitat diversity like i look for. If drawn ill probably do the primitive camping desl around the lake.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Rakkin6 » Thu Jun 13, 2019 3:45 pm

Trust me the archery areas are the way to go if you can get in one. They are a lot of hardwoods on a lot of them but I would venture to say that the bigger deer typically come out of them each year. Has far as camping there are some small cabins that are available next to the check in station. They are very basic and only about 15' x 15' ft big. There is a communal shower facility right next door to them and you are located a lot closer to civilization then if you camp out especially if you get Lake Kyle that would be a far drive if you need anything. All cabins come with double bed, small refrigerator, microwave, chairs and small porch. If i am not mistaken they are $40.00 a night.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Roost 1 » Thu Jun 13, 2019 6:20 pm

Some cabins have their own showers but none are $40 per night... things have changed.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby BULL MOOSE » Sun Jun 16, 2019 1:07 pm

Rakkin6 wrote:Trust me the archery areas are the way to go if you can get in one. They are a lot of hardwoods on a lot of them but I would venture to say that the bigger deer typically come out of them each year. Has far as camping there are some small cabins that are available next to the check in station. They are very basic and only about 15' x 15' ft big. There is a communal shower facility right next door to them and you are located a lot closer to civilization then if you camp out especially if you get Lake Kyle that would be a far drive if you need anything. All cabins come with double bed, small refrigerator, microwave, chairs and small porch. If i am not mistaken they are $40.00 a night.


I have never heard of these. Got a link? I usually stay at no-frills motel near interstate for 1-2 nights, but nothing is cheap. Last time, I stayed in Marriott for my points and it was only $30 more and bed slept great.
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Re: Ft Campbell 19

Postby Rakkin6 » Sun Jun 16, 2019 2:23 pm

Attached is the link for the cabins.

https://campbell.armymwr.com/programs/camping
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