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1 Joint Base San Antonio Hunting Regulations September 2017 Prepared by 502 CES

2 SUMMARY OF CHANGES FOR The hunting season will be used as a test year for some of the changes listed below. Should these changes not meet the needs and requirements of the Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis hunting program, changes may be made in subsequent years. This summary serves only to highlight the major changes for the hunting season, IT IS NOT A COMPLETE LIST OF CHANGES. It is the individual participant s responsibility to take the time to read, understand, and fully comply with the regulations outlined in the entirety of this document. The JBSA permit fees have been reduced. No centerfire rifle cartridges or muzzle loaders are approved for any season. As a result, ARCHERY EQUIPMENT IS THE ONLY AUTHORIZED WEAPON FOR USE WHILE HUNTING IN WTD DESIGNATED TRAINING AREAS. 90 archery circles are available for white-tailed deer hunting and there are no longer gun stands. Compartment Areas renamed to General Permit Areas, see Map 2 on page 16 and Map 3 on page 17. isportsman will not be used for participants to check-in/out of the field. The check-in/out process will be face-to-face at the Rod-N-Gun Recreation Center, Building No feeders are allowed in General Permit Areas. Names and sites of archery circles have changed, see Map 2 on page 16. General permit hunting available during the fall. Infractions Matrix has been updated. Sharing of archery circles is no longer available. Scouting days are Mondays and Thursday, from Dogs allowed for dove and quail hunting only, see sect. 1.8 Participant who win the white-tailed deer lottery and purchase a permit must harvest a doe before harvesting a buck.

3 Table of Contents Section 1. General Information Purpose Eligibility Hunting Licenses, Endorsements and Hunter s Education Youth Hunters Hunters with Disabilities TA Access, Check-in & Check-out isportsman, Permits, WTD Lottery and TA Management General Regulations and Safety Firearms Archery and Crossbows Vegetation Management Baiting/Supplemental Feeding Hunting Equipment... 7 Section 2. Game Management Game Surveys and Population Management White-tailed Deer Game Check-In, Tagging, and Tracking Section 3. Conservation Law Enforcement Conservation Law Enforcement Officer Administrative Suspensions & Revocations of Privileges POINTS OF CONTACT List of Tables Table 1 - Permit Fees. 3 Table 2 - TA Maximum Occupancy... 4 Table 3 - Species Available for Harvest... 8 Table 4 - Infraction Matrix 12 List of Maps and Figures Figure 1 - Legal WTD 9 Map 1 - Rod-N-Gun Recreation Center, Building 6215 Location Map 2 - General Permit & WTD Permit Map 3 - General Permit..16

4 Section 1. General Information 1.1 Purpose Joint Base San Antonio-Camp Bullis (JBSA-BUL) allows access to natural resources when appropriate and consistent with the military mission, safety, security requirements, and the sustainability of these natural resources in accordance with AFI and all state, and federal laws. In Training Areas (TAs), most recreational activities are primarily limited to weekends to avoid conflicts with training exercises. All recreational activities, including hunting, at JBSA-BUL are subject to all applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations. 1.2 Eligibility Public access is restricted on JBSA for security, antiterrorism, and force protection purposes. It has been determined that the possession of weapons on the installation by members of the public (except law enforcement personnel) presents a risk to military safety and security on JBSA. Per Table 7-2 of the JBSA Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan the following are eligible for hunting at JBSA-BUL: 1) Active Duty Military personnel 2) DoD civilians 3) Active Duty Military Dependents and Family Members with DoD ID 4) Military Retirees with DoD ID 5) DoD Civilian Retirees with DoD ID 10 U.S.C. 101 defines active duty as full-time duty in the active military service of the United States. Such term includes full-time training duty, annual training duty, and attendance, while in the active military service, at a school designated as a service school by law or by the secretary of the military department concerned. Such term does not include full-time National Guard duty. 1.3 Hunting Licenses, Endorsements and Hunter s Education All participants wishing to hunt must have a State of Texas hunting license and all endorsements or stamps pertaining to the game species they wish to harvest in addition to the appropriate JBSA hunting permit. Please refer to Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) Outdoor Annual for information on hunting licenses, endorsements and stamps. All participants, regardless of age, must complete a state approved hunter s education course. Proof of certification is required to be in the participants possession at all times while hunting. Call (800) or visit for more information about various course options. Bow hunter education is not a substitute for hunter education certification, but is recommended for those utilizing archery equipment. The Rod-N-Gun Recreation Center (RNGRC) offers hunter education classes on a regular basis. Call the RNGRC for information on cost, location and class times and dates. 1.4 Youth Hunters A youth hunters is defined as a person 10 to 17 years of age at the date of license purchase. All youth hunters must possess a Texas hunting license, hunter education certificate, and a JBSA hunting permit. All youth hunters must be directly supervised by a non-hunting parent or legal guardian at all times and for all activities while in TAs. Youth hunters must enter the isportsman lottery drawing for their own individual archery circle at their parent or legal guardian s discretion if they wish to hunt/harvest white-tailed deer (WTD). 1

5 1.5 Hunters with Disabilities Although there are no designated archery circles for disabled participants on JBSA-BUL, the Natural Resources Office (NRO) staff will make every effort to accommodate disabled participants. Please contact NRO if special accommodations are required. 1.6 TA Access, Check-in & Check-out All users must have a valid JBSA permit obtained through the JBSA isportsman website, to access TAs. Access to and from TAs will be controlled through a face-to-face process at the RNGRC (Building 6215). Access to hunting/scouting will be based on TA availability which will be posted as the 21-Day Area Availability located on the Hunting tab of the JBSA isportsman website home page. Participants must check-in with RNGRC personnel in person before heading out to hunt or scout and must go back to the RNGRC in person to check-out. If participants wish to change TAs while still out in the field, they must notify RNGRC personnel before doing so. Participants are required to provide their own transportation to and from TAs. See Table 2 for TA maximum occupancy information. Hunters may check-in for hunting at the RNGRC beginning at Hunters must be checked-out by 90 minutes after sunset.* Hunting days are Friday-Sunday unless stated otherwise. Scouting days are Monday and Thursday unless stated otherwise, from See the 21-Day Area Availability on the Hunting tab at for specific dates of hunting and scouting activities by TA. *Sunrise/sunset tables for calendar years 2017 & 2018 are found on the last two pages of this document as well as on the Hunting tab at All permits must be purchased on the isportsman system and must be printed from the website. Permits must be retained on a participant s person at all times while in the field. Upon checking-in at the RNGRC, participants will be issued parking permits that must be displayed on the windshields of their vehicles while parked. Vehicles must be parked immediately adjacent to the nearest roadway or trail, in a manner which does not restrict travel on the road or trail. Participants are required to travel directly to their authorized hunting or scouting locations per the JBSA Integrated Defense and Anti-terrorism Plan. Departure from these routes could result in action/citation from a Conservation Law Enforcement Officer (CLEO) or Security Forces. All guests who accompany a participant must be registered with isportsman and have a valid non-hunting guest permit in their possession at all times. Guests are required to check-in and check-out with the participant at the RNGRC. The participant is responsible for the actions of his/her guest(s) while on the premises. No guest may carry or shoot a weapon while on the JBSA premises for any reason. Guests are allowed to observe, help with animal retrieval, perform calls, etc... Guest do not count against available occupancy slots in General Permit Areas. Guests must remain with the participant at all times. Hunting: One (1) guest is allowed. Scouting: Up to three (3) guests are allowed. 1.7 isportsman, Permits, WTD Lottery and TA Management JBSA-BUL utilizes isportsman, to handle administrative and financial transactions for the JBSA-BUL hunting program. All financial transactions are NON-REFUNDABLE. This site will provide an online automated WTD lottery system, conduct the sale of all hunting/scouting permits (see Table 1 for 2

6 permit types and fees), and provide an informative website to keep hunters up to date on specific information related to JBSA-BUL hunting program. All hunters wishing to hunt on JBSA must have an isportsman account (account is free) to purchase JBSA hunting permits and WTD lottery tickets. To register for an isportsman account, go to and click Register to create a user account and ID. In the event that you need help setting up an account or cannot reset your password online please contact the NRO staff. Table 1 - Permit Fees NON-HUNTING GUEST PASS (ANNUAL, must have isportsman account)..free SCOUTING PERMIT (ANNUAL)..$15 GENERAL PERMIT (ANNUAL)......$50 WHITE-TAILED DEER LOTTERY TICKET $10 WHITE-TAILED DEER PERMIT (Expires January 7, 2018).....$50 Scouting permits allow participants to access TAs for scouting. General permits allow for participants to use either shotguns or archery equipment for harvest of any legal species in designated General Permit Areas. General permits do not allow for harvest of WTD (see WTD lottery and permit below).* A WTD lottery ticket allows a participant the chance to win an archery circle for WTD harvests. The participant must put in for the lottery, win the lottery, select an archery circle, and purchase a WTD permit in order to legally harvest WTD with archery equipment only. WTD permits allow for the harvest of WTD and any other legal species that are in season from the participant s designated archery circle. If a WTD permit holder wishes to hunt in General Permit Areas he/she must have a general permit. Sharing of archery circles will not be allowed for the WTD season.* JBSA-BUL hunting permits are valid until the expiration date specified on the permit at the time of purchase. All permits expire each year on 31 July, unless stated otherwise. *Active hunting permits include scouting activities Mondays and Thursdays therefore a scouting permit is not needed those days as long as the hunting permit is valid. However, if a participant wishes to scout before purchasing a hunting permit or after the expiration of a permit, the participant will need to purchase a scouting permit. Upon paying for a WTD lottery ticket and filling out required information, individual participants will be randomly drawn by a computer-based lottery system. The date and time of the drawing will be posted on the isportsman home page. Selected individuals will be notified by via the isportsman system. Upon notification, within three days the participant must sign-in to their account, click on Acquire Permits, select the WTD permit, select an archery circle, and complete the purchase of the WTD permit. A Texas hunting license is required to be able to purchase a WTD or general permit; the participant will be required to enter the Doc # that is found at the bottom of the Texas hunting license. An archery circle cannot be reserved until a WTD permit is purchased. There are 90 archery circles available for WTD hunting for the season. The lottery will select 90 winners and individual archery circles will be chosen on a first come first served basis. Subsequent automated lottery drawings will occur every three days thereafter until all archery circles have been accounted for. Subsequent drawings will select and notify a greater number of winners than archery circles available. 3

7 Within each archery circle, WTD permit holders are permitted to place up to two temporary blinds/stands and one feeder to facilitate WTD hunting. Participants are permitted to move about and hunt anywhere within their archery circle, however participants MUST stay within their selected archery circle. Each archery circle has a diameter of 300 meters and an area of ~17 acres. It is highly recommended that participants use GPS units to ensure that they are in the correct archery circle. Contact the NRO or RNGRC for help with using maps and GPS units. The maximum number of participants allowed for general permit and WTD hunting is based on total acreage of TAs and safety considerations of the hunting activity. The maximum occupancy for each TA is listed in Table 2 below. There is no maximum occupancy for scouting. Table 2 - TA Maximum Occupancy TA Max Number Max Number WTD Archery General Permit Acreage Cantonment No Hunting No Hunting TA 1A 4* TA 1B 6* TA 1C TA 2A 7* TA 2B 10* TA 2C 5* TA 2D 8* TA 3A TA 3B TA 3C TA 4A 3* TA 4B 10* TA 4C 5* TA 5A 8* TA 5B 18* TA 5C 9* TA 5D 15* TA 5E 16* TA 6A TA 6B No Hunting No Hunting TA TA 8A TA 8B TA 9 No Hunting No Hunting TA TA 11A TA 11B *TAs not available for WTD harvest during the season due to safety concerns and/or resource limitations, however these TAs will be open for general permit hunting. 4

8 1.8 General Regulations and Safety All participants are responsible for knowing, understanding, and complying with all safety restrictions, policies, laws, rules, and regulations set forth by the United States, the State of Texas, and these hunting regulations. Failure to comply may result in citations and suspensions from the program. All participants (including guests) must visibly wear 400 square inches of hunter orange material with orange headwear and at least 144 square inches appearing on both chest and back during daylight hours at times when hunting is permitted. Exempt from these requirements are: (1) Participants hunting game birds (2) Participants within the enclosed passenger compartment of a motor vehicle (3) Participants within a designated parking area or game check station (RNGRC) (4) Participants who are enclosed within a WTD blind. Due to safety and endangered species habitat protection concerns, hunting from tree stands including pre-existing tree stands is prohibited. WTD blinds and tripod stands must be oriented so that all shots are taken in a downward direction, to the maximum extent practical, using terrain features and vegetation as additional buffer. A minimum buffer of 100 meters must be maintained from the hunter s location to any roadway, structure, and the installation boundary regardless of general permit or WTD hunting. Hunting and/or calling game from any vehicle or roadway or having a loaded weapon in a vehicle is prohibited. Participants are required to be in the area they are checked-in to for accountability purposes, except for travel to and from the RNGRC and their hunting/scouting area. Hunting/scouting under the influence and/or in possession of drugs and/or alcohol is prohibited. Shotguns and archery equipment are only allowed in TAs with a valid hunting permit issued via isportsman. They are prohibited from TAs without a hunting permit. All weapons must be unloaded and secured in personal vehicles during transport per 502 SFS policy. Hunting with dogs is allowed for dove and quail hunting only. Current rabies tag, owner s name, and phone number must be affixed on their collar or harness. Owners must bring a copy of the dog s vaccinations to the NRO prior to going in the field. Without proof of current vaccinations, dogs will not be permitted on the installation. Dogs must be kept on a leash at all times when not engaged in hunting. When engaged in hunting the dog must be under the direct voice command of the owner. Dogs will not be used for tracking wounded game without the prior coordination and approval of the NRO staff. Building and/or lighting of fires is prohibited. It is illegal to hunt under another individual's permit or hunting license. Federal, state, and local laws and regulations strictly prohibit treasure hunting, use of metal detectors, and disturbance of historical or archeological sites, to include but not limited to arrowhead hunting and 5

9 similar activities. Engaging in these prohibited activities may be in violation of the Archaeological Resource Protection Act and military and civilian violators may be punished accordingly as outlined in Section 3 of these regulations. Vehicles may not be driven off existing roads to archery circles or into other areas. If a participant s vehicle breaks down, he/she must send for assistance if possible and remain with the vehicle. In the event it becomes necessary to walk for help, the participant must stay on roads. Walking across country and crossing fences is prohibited. Use of off-road vehicles such as ATVs, UTVs, is not authorized at any time. Participants whose vehicles get stuck in the field will be responsible for the off-road recovery of their own vehicles; government assets will not be used to recover personally owned vehicles. If a participant gets stuck he/she must contact the RNGRC for accountability purposes. In the event an individual gets lost or injured the individual should stop immediately, stay in place, and call Range Operations at (210) for assistance. At no time under any circumstances should any individual be in possession of a handgun or rifle. In the event that participants observe troops and/or installation personnel in a TA where they are hunting, the participants must unload their weapons, return to the RNGRC, and/or report it to RNGRC personnel. No hunting is allowed in TA 9 (the impact area), TA 6B, or the Cantonment (CA) as defined by the maps located on page 16 and 17 of this document and on the isportsman webpage. There is a large quantity of UXOs remaining on JBSA-BUL. Any type of UXO, flare, simulator, or unidentified object should be considered extremely dangerous. If any type of UXO is found, participants should mark the location with flagging or a GPS unit if possible, and report it immediately to Range Operations. Under no circumstances should the object be handled, moved, or disturbed in any manner. 1.9 Firearms No centerfire rifles or muzzle loaders are approved for use for the season due to safety concerns. Areas historically designated as rifle hunting areas will now be either general permit or WTD archery areas for the seasons (see maps on pages 16-17). General permit hunting allows only the use of shotguns and archery equipment. No suppressors/silencers are allowed on JBSA nor any projectiles that are poisoned, drugged, or explosive. No air powered weapons (to include air bows) are allowed on JBSA for hunting or scouting. All shotguns used for hunting at JBSA will be registered with RNGRC prior to hunting (one time event). Only factory loaded ammunition is allowed Archery and Crossbows Only archery equipment can be used to hunt in archery circles. Archery equipment may be utilized for general permit hunting. Projectiles may not be poisoned, drugged, or explosive. When used to hunt game animals other than squirrels, a projectile must be equipped with a broadhead hunting point that is at least 7/8-inch in width (upon impact) and has a minimum of two cutting edges. A mechanical broadhead must begin to open upon impact and when open, must be a minimum of 7/8-inch in width. An archer may have arrows/bolts with filed, target, or judo points in the quiver with the broadhead hunting points. Air bows are not permitted. 6

10 Crossbow requirements: Required to have a minimum pull of 125 pounds Required to have a mechanical safety Required to have a stock not less than 25 inches in length 1.11 Vegetation Management Vegetation cutting and removal is restricted to the removal of limbs and branches less than 3 inches in diameter that is necessary for the placement of hunting equipment and/or access to archery circles. The measurement must be made at the base of the vegetation or at the origin from the main trunk, not at the midpoint or where the cut is made. All cuts must be painted with pruning paint immediately after cutting except for cuts made to Ashe Juniper (cedar) trees. Failure to observe these guidelines may result in a violation of the Endangered Species Act Baiting/Supplemental Feeding Feeders are permitted in WTD archery circles. Participants may not place feeders in sensitive areas as defined by the maps posted on the Hunting tab of the isportsman website. Only clean, shelled corn and/or commercially produced WTD specific products (such as pelletized protein, bait blocks, and mineral blocks) may be used. Powders used in feeders as additives to corn are acceptable if they are commercially produced. Non-processed fruits and vegetables may be used as attractants. No use of feed types such as horse & mule feed, sweet feed, alfalfa, and other hays is allowed. Participants are allowed to hand scatter clean, shelled corn only in General Permit Areas. No feeders, pelletized protein, bait blocks, or mineral blocks may be used in General Permit Areas Hunting Equipment Only portable ground blinds and tripod stands can be used, and only in archery circles. All equipment must be clearly labeled with the participant s name and JBSA hunting permit number. All equipment must be removed before the expiration of the participant s WTD permit. Any equipment not labeled appropriately will be considered abandoned and may be disposed of accordingly. The installation is not responsible for theft of hunting blinds/stands and/or equipment. Participants should report any issues related to damage or theft of personal property to Security Forces and the JBSA CLEO. Pop up blinds that are removed each day are allowed in General Permit Areas, all other equipment is prohibited. 7

11 Section 2. Game Management 2.1 Game Surveys and Population Management The Natural Resources Manager (NRM) is responsible for conducting annual censuses of all game animals to ensure the responsible harvest of game species and the survival of these species on JBSA. Because of this, the NRM may set a harvest quota for any species listed in Table 3. Once a quota has been reached for a TA, the NRM will close hunting in that area. In the event that hunting cannot occur or does not meet the population goal for a species or segment of a population, the NRM will take appropriate action to ensure population management goals are met. JBSA participates in the Managed Lands Deer Program (MLDP) administered by TPWD and conducts associated annual surveys. Numbers and frequency of WTD observed visiting feeders near hunting stands during the season do not reflect an accurate representation of the population as these areas, as it concentrates WTD in those areas. Species that are allowed to be harvested on JBSA-BUL; with the appropriate permit and during/in designated hunting seasons/areas are listed in Table 3. Any species not having a state specified harvest season may be harvested concurrent with hunting activities during any open season as long as the participant has purchased a general or WTD permit. Table 3 - Species Available for Harvest Aoudad Sheep * Eastern Cottontail Mourning Dove White-Tailed Deer Axis Deer * Feral Cat * Northern Bobwhite White-winged Dove Black-tailed Jackrabbit Feral Dog * Raccoon Rock Pigeon* Eurasian Collared Dove* Feral Pig * Rio Grande Turkey Catalina Goat* Coyote Gray Squirrel Red Squirrel * Exotic Species Any species not specifically mentioned in Table 3 is protected from harvest at JBSA-BUL. Hunting of species listed in Table 3 must be in accordance with the TPWD Outdoor Annual with the exception of WTD hunting which is administered through TPWD s MLDP. By state law if a participant harvests a furbearer, the animal must be used for personal use only. No trapping or sale of pelts is allowed. 2.2 White-tailed Deer In an effort to manage the WTD herd towards stability and allow for more buck harvests in the future, participants must harvest one legal doe before they may harvest a buck. The doe must be harvested and tagged by natural resources staff at the RNGRC before participants may take a buck. The individual bag limit for each participant is four WTD, no more than one legal buck. If the quota for any TA is met for either buck or doe harvest the NRM will cease WTD hunting for that area. 8

12 A WTD must meet the criteria below to be acceptable for harvest. Any harvested WTD not meeting these criteria will be confiscated and the hunter will forfeit the remainder of his/her individual bag limit, among other administrative and legal actions. Buck: JBSA-BUL enforced antler restrictions for the management and improvement of its WTD population. A legal buck is defined as having: o a hardened antler protruding through the skin AND; o at least one unbranched antler; OR o an inside spread measurement between main beams of 13 inches or greater (does not apply to a buck that has an unbranched antler). *To determine if a buck has an inside spread measurement of at least 13 inches, look at the ear tip-to-tip spread on a buck with ears in the alert position (Figure 1). However, this is only a reference and some WTD may not have an ear tip-to-tip spread of 13 inches. Figure 1 Legal WTD Doe: o Must be at least 1 ½ years old or older Fawn: o The harvest of any WTD (either sex) younger than 1 ½ years of age is prohibited. To avoid violating harvest restrictions, it is recommended to not attempt to harvest an animal if the age or antler size is in question. For additional information on aging or judging WTD, contact the NRO staff. 9

13 2.3 Game Check-In, Tagging, and Tracking All harvested animals must be recorded by either RNGRC or NRO staff and are subject to both passive and intrusive data collection by the NRO, meaning samples of bone, blood, or tissue may be collected. All harvested animal, except birds, on JBSA-BUL must be field dressed prior to bringing them to the check station at the RNGRC. Field dressing is the removal of internal organs keeping all other parts of the animal intact, harvested animals must have proof of sex. Individuals who need assistance field dressing may ask, but will be required to move outside the cantonment for field dressing. There are several online resources about field dressing WTD. The TPWD video on YouTube, Field Dressing Deer-Texas Parks and Wildlife and article How to Field-Dress a Deer, found on the Quality Deer Management Association website (www.qdma.com), are a couple examples of these. All harvested WTD must be checked-in at the RNGRC by the NRO staff for harvest data collection in accordance with the MLDP. All harvested WTD must be tagged with an MLDP tag by the NRO staff at the time of check-out. WTD recovered when the NRO staff aren t present, must be stored in the RNGRC cooler until a full check-in can be completed by the NRO staff. It is illegal to attach a state issued WTD tag on a WTD harvested on a MLDP property. Turkey harvests must be tagged with a state issued tag and in accordance with state laws. Participants tracking wounded game must remain within their selected archery circle or General Permit Area. In the event an animal cannot be located within the participant s selected area, he/she is to report to the RNGRC for additional direction or support if available. 10

14 Section 3. Conservation Law Enforcement 3.1 Conservation Law Enforcement Officer The CLEO or Game Warden is responsible for ensuring that fish and wildlife laws on JBSA are enforced in accordance with federal, state, and local laws, as well as other applicable regulations. Federal, state, and local hunting regulations, including those contained herein, are punitive in nature. Active Duty Military violators may be issued a Central Violations Bureau citation and/or punished under Article 92 of the Uniform Code of Military Justice. All infractions may be reported to an Active Duty Military violator s chain of command depending on the infraction. Civilian violators may be issued a Central Violations Bureau citation. All violators may be subject to administrative penalties including suspension or revocation of hunting privileges. Administrative actions are independent of any formal charges or citations and are listed below in the following section. Participants will report all game violations or observed trespassing to the CLEO, NRO, RNGRC, SFS, and/or Range Operations. By purchasing any JBSA Hunting/Scouting Permit, users are giving consent to search or check individuals, vehicles, coolers, guns, ammunition, credentials, fish, game and personal property while on JBSA at any time by authorized Federal, State and military law enforcement personnel. If a vehicle is towed or impounded, users agree to reimburse the towing agent on behalf of the vehicle owner/operator. 3.2 Administrative Suspensions & Revocations of Privileges The following general guidelines set forth the administrative penalties (to include suspensions and revocation of hunting privileges) that can be imposed for Natural Resources infractions at JBSA. Each case will be analyzed on a case-by case basis and depending on facts and circumstances, administrative penalties will ultimately be determined at the discretion of the authorities within the JBSA Natural Resources Section. A second hunting or non-hunting infraction committed within 5 years of the initial infraction will be considered aggregative and administrative penalties may be administered accordingly. A third hunting or non-hunting infraction within 10 years of the initial infraction may result in loss of all hunting privileges for 5 years, in addition to other appropriate administrative penalties. A third hunting-specific infraction within 10 years may result in loss of all hunting privileges for life. Although administrative penalties are generally administered for single, specific infraction, multiple infractions committed at the same time may trigger aggregative administrative penalties. These are administrative penalties that will be assessed in addition to other penalties, installation debarments or citations for violating federal, state, or local laws. 11

15 Table 4 - Infraction Matrix INFRACTION 1st Offense 2nd Offense 3rd Offense *Transporting a loaded weapon in or on a motorized vehicle. (possible installation debarment for up to 3 years) *Taking buck deer without proper Permit/authorization or after area/personal quota has been met. *Taking a fawn or immature forked antlered buck. *Shooting from vehicle, road, or hunting in an unauthorized area *Taking firearms (rifle, black powder rifle, or shotgun) or bow/archery equipment into a hunting area not authorized for that type of equipment or possession of a handgun. *Failure to present or declare game at check station or upon checkout. *Illegal possession of harvested animal(s). *Failure to consent to inspection of POV by Security Forces or Game Warden (Conservation Law Enforcement Officers). *Hunting without properly checking into the field. (in possession means of take) 2 years Lifetime Revocation of Privileges N/A 1 year 2 years 5 years 1 year 2 years 5 years 5 years Lifetime Revocation of Privileges N/A 1 year 2 years 5 years 5 years Lifetime Revocation of Privileges 5 years Lifetime Revocation of Privileges 5 years Lifetime Revocation of Privileges N/A N/A N/A 1 year 3 years Lifetime Revocation of Privileges *Hunting violation of any regulation 2 years 3 years 5 years not set forth specifically herein. Littering 1 year 2 years 5 years Failure to observe suspensions set forth per this document. Introduction of any plant or animal species on at any time without prior Approval from the 502d CES Natural Resources Office. Violating the 502d CES Natural Resources Tree Pruning/Cutting Guidelines. (as described in section 1.11) 5 years in addition to suspension violated Lifetime Revocation of Privileges Lifetime Revocation of Privileges N/A N/A N/A 6 months 1 year 2 years 12

16 Actual possession or use of drugs/alcohol during or in conjunction with hunting. (possible installation debarment for up to 5 years) Hunting under the influence of drugs/alcohol. Scouting without properly checking into the field. Failure to properly check out of the field on time. Non-hunting violation of any regulation not set forth specifically herein. Failure to properly check out of the field on time. 5 years Lifetime Revocation of Privileges N/A 5 years Lifetime Revocation N/A of Privileges 2 weeks 6 months 1 year 2 weeks 6 months 1 year 3 months 1 year 3 years Infractions noted above with an asterisk (*) are deemed hunting-specific infractions. Suspension of privileges will be for all hunting and scouting activities during the suspension period regardless of what game or season the infraction was committed in. Suspensions take effect the date the violation is noted and continues according to the following times: 2 weeks = 14 days during open season (any remaining days will be applied to the next open season in which the hunter has a permit to hunt or would purchase a permit to hunt). 3 months = 91 days during open season (any remaining days will be applied to the next open season in which the hunter has a permit to hunt or would purchase a permit to hunt). 6 months = 182 days during open season (any remaining days will be applied to the next open season in which the hunter has a permit to hunt or would purchase a permit to hunt). 1 year = the remainder of the current season to the end of the same season the following year or 365 days if non-hunting violation 2 years = the remainder of the current season to the end of the next 2 same seasons or 730 days if nonhunting violation. 3 years = the remainder of the current season to the end of the next 3 same seasons or 1095 days if nonhunting violation. 5 years = the remainder of the current season to the end of the next 5 same seasons or 1825 days if nonhunting violation. Lifetime = the full extent of the individual s natural life. 13

17 Map 1- Rod-N-Gun Recreation Club, Building 6215 Location 14

18 Map 2 General Permit & WTD Archery Permit 15

19 Map 3 General Permit 16

20 POINTS OF CONTACT PARTICIPANT CHECK-IN AND CHECK-OUT Rod N Gun Recreation Center (Building 6215) (210) NATURAL RESOURCES OFFICE (Building 6201) Archie Cooper Rustin Tabor Game Warden Natural Resources Manager (210) or (210) (210) EMERGENCY POINTS OF CONTACT PRIMARY-Range Operations (Bldg 6110) Police Station (Bldg 5050) (210) (210) Fire Department (Bldg 5020) Rod N Gun Recreation Center (210) (210)

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