By MyBaseGuide Staff Member
If you’re stationed at Fort McCoy and love to hunt or fish, stay tuned to learn all about the Fort McCoy iSportsman portal. iSportsman is the official on-base resource for all things outdoor rec, and it makes activities like hunting and fishing so much easier.

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What Is Fort McCoy iSportsman?

iSportsman Fort McCoy is your one-stop shop for hunting and fishing permits, trapping permits, recreational regulations, maps, on-base recreation news, and more. Almost every military installation across the nation has an iSportsman portal; keep reading to learn how you can use Fort McCoy’s to make every recreational outing simple.

Fort McCoy Hunting and Fishing Regulations

If you’re an avid hunter, fisher, or trapper, you should know that regulations across military installations won’t always be the same. That’s just the first reason you should make an account with Fort McCoy iSportsman: so you can keep up with the latest guidelines and rules for your base, all of which are in one convenient location. To check on the regulations for your chosen recreational activity, just click “Regulations” on the navigation bar. This will take you to a page outlining Fort McCoy’s specific rules as well as those for Wisconsin at large. If you’re someone who cuts firewood, firewood-cutting regulations are also listed here.

Fort McCoy Hunting Map, Fishing Map, and More

If you want to take part in an on-base activity, the first step will be knowing where to go. Fort McCoy hunting maps, fishing maps, and other recreational maps are easily accessible via the iSportsman Fort McCoy portal. Just click “Maps” on the navigation bar! This will take you to a page with lots of stuff. To start, there are six different map types in PDF form:
  • Small Game/Archery/Turkey
  • Gun-Deer
  • Fishing
  • Trapping
  • Cantonment Archery
  • Non-hunting/non-fishing activities
You can print these maps to take with you as you head out on your next day of recreation. There’s also a link that will take you to area statuses for each recreational spot on base, helping you avoid the awkward instance of arriving somewhere just to be told it’s closed or full. The area status, linked under “Game Line Area Status,” offers a seven-day outlook for what will be open and closed throughout the next week.

Fort McCoy Hunting Permits and Fishing Licenses

If you’re getting prepped for the next season, the first item on your to-do list should be getting a permit. By clicking the “Permits” tab on the navigation bar, you’ll be taken to a page on Fort McCoy iSportsman with all the information you could ever need regarding Fort McCoy deer hunting, archery hunting, trapping, and fishing permits. This handy link featured on the permits page will take you straight to the Fort McCoy hunting permit prices, as well as those for fishing and other activities. The PDF also features season dates for each hunting type so you can plan accordingly. Pay special attention to the Permits page on iSportsman; it has a ton of incredibly important information you may need to keep in mind regarding the local Youth Mentorship Program, group applications, quota season permits, and rules for Veterans on base.

Check Out Fort McCoy iSportsman Now

Whether Fort McCoy fishing, hunting, trapping, firewood cutting, or anything else is your game, Fort McCoy iSportsman puts you ahead of the pack by helping you plan and keep all the most important resources, rules, and knowledge literally in your back pocket. Sign up for an account and start enjoying Fort McCoy recreation today!

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