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*IMPORTANT!
PLEA SE READ
BEFORE YOU
MAKE TR AVEL
PL ANS TO
FORT BR AGG.

FORT BRAGG*

HUNTING & FISHING
The general public is allowed to hunt on Fort Bragg but you must follow the
guidelines outlined through their website as well as attend and complete
the Fort Bragg Hunter Orientation, which is offered once a week, every
Friday at 12 pm and second and fourth Sundays at 2 pm. This orientation is
free. Once you take this orientation, you will be given the information on
the public hunting lands on Fort Bragg.
Fisheries management at Fort Bragg is designed to provide an above average
chance of catching an above average fish. Our management plan is
implemented to support the soldiers and family members, former service
members, retirees, and civilians. Fishing locations on Fort Bragg are
divided into three different categories:
Managed Lakes - These lakes are not enhanced by special management
practices like fertilizing and liming; mainly due to their size and/or high
water exchange rates. Fish populations are respectable in these lakes but
are usually sustained at natural levels. These lakes are not normally given
any supplemental stockings. The species compositions of these lakes are
usually what one would expect to find in a "wild" impoundment.
Intensively Managed Lakes - Special management practices are utilized on
these lakes to increase carrying capacity for each impoundment. From spring
to fall, all of the lakes within this category (except McFayden) are
fertilized to maintain an algae bloom. They are limed periodically. Liming
increases the rate of decomposition of organic material and stimulates the
release of nutrients from sediments which helps the algae bloom. Liming also
improves water quality by raising the pH and buffering the daily pH
fluctuation. Minnows may not be used for bait in any intensively managed
lake.
Intensively Managed Catfish Lakes - These lakes are managed strictly for
channel catfish. These lakes are stocked every year at high stocking rates
(usually ~500 12-16" fish per acre). Other fish species besides channel
catfish are present in these lakes, but they are not desired; primarily
because they compete with catfish for food as well as predate any catfish
that may hatch during the year. Andrews Church Lake is currently out of
service due to issues with the dam.

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