By agreement with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife and Conservation, portions of Camp Gruber have been designated for public wildlife activities during specific time periods and when not utilized for military operations. Training Areas available for military operations are reduced during the following specific dates:
(1) The nine-day primitive deer gun season, beginning in October.
(2) The nine-day deer gun season, beginning in November.
(3) The last twenty-one days of December (11-31 Dec) for all wildlife activities.
(4) The nine-day spring turkey hunt beginning the second Saturday of April.
b. Military operations are not allowed in Training Areas that are open for wildlife activities.
c. All other wildlife activities throughout the year will be based on area availability.
d. Specific requirements, to include access and area locations are listed in CG Regulation 200-3, Wildlife Management.
The CGJMTC Commander retains sole authority in accepting and terminating individuals participating in the
programs or canceling the programs based of mission requirements of the CGJMTC. The CGJMTC Commander, in accordance with appropriate Department of Army regulations and federal or state laws, manages all authorized activities on CGMTC. Restrictions are established to promote safety, security, protection of property, preservation/conservation of wildlife resources and efficient accomplishment of the CGJMTC’s missions. The authority to hunt, trap, or fish is contained in the possession of a valid state license and a CGJMTC access permit and limited to the available areas in accordance with CGJMTC procedures. Hunting, fishing, and trapping activities on the CGJMTC will be by access permit only and will be governed by this regulation. Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation Game Warden(s) has legal jurisdiction on CGJMTC. Any person who violates any applicable federal or state laws or regulations is subject to apprehension and/or detainment by Military Police, Oklahoma Military Department (OMD) Police, and ODWC game warden(s). Violations may result in suspension/revocation of access privileges to CGJMTC.