2014-15 Fort A.P. Hill Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Regulations

Fort A.P. Hill Hunting Fishing and Trapping regulations

Sportsman,

The 2014-15 Fort A.P. Hill Hunting, Trapping and Fishing Regulations are now available at the Fish and Wildlife Office at Anderson Camp and the Visitor Control Center; one copy per customer.

Fort A.P. Hill has changed both how it sells permits and its sign-in program.

The Fort A.P. Hill iSportsman system is now up and running.  Please visit www.faph.isportsman.net  for further information about the system. 

To register through iSportsman, go to the website or the kiosk by the A.P. Hill Visitor Control Center and create a user profile. You must also complete the background check and weapons registration form and email it to the VCC.  Make sure that this form is electronically signed. Instructions on how to sign are on the website and kiosk. 

 The electronic form is designed to speed the process and allows the VCC personnel to process the background checks during slower periods.

 You may also stop by the VCC to fill out a paper copy of the background check and weapons registration form. 

After you submit your registration, background check and weapons registration forms to the VCC, before you can hunt, fish or trap, you must still stop by the VCC, show a valid identification card (driver’s license, government identification card) and pick up your weapons registration certificate.  The VCC office will activate your user profile in the iSportsman system and you may then purchase and print your 2014-15 hunting permits and parking pass. 

If you have any questions or feedback about the online iSportsman program, or the regulations, please feel free to call 804-633-8984.

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