Waterfowl Hunting at Atterbury-Muscatatuck

Despite not being in a major flyway, there are opportunities for waterfowl hunting at Camp Atterbury. There are several permanent bodies of water, Duck Pond, Puff Lake, and the Engineer Training Site, that are available for waterfowl hunting along with several wetland areas downrange. Hunters should check the Area Status Map prior to arrival to ensure areas are open for waterfowl hunting.


Information on daily bag limits and restrictions can be found HERE




2022/2023 Season Harvest Recap

During the 2022/2023 season, hunters reported harvesting one (1) waterfowl through the iSportsman portal. The chart to the right shows the harvest by species and their percentage of the total harvest.


Use of Retrieving Dogs

Dogs are authorized on Camp Atterbury and Muscatatuck for use to retrieve waterfowl while waterfowl hunting. Authorized hunters must request permission 72 hours prior to arrival by sending an email to the Indiana Army National Guard hunt board at ng.in.inarng.mbx.huntingprogram@army.mil. 


Boat Use for Waterfowl Hunting

Boats are authorized to be used for waterfowl hunting on Camp Atterbury and Muscatatuck. The Indiana hunting and trapping guide provides specific guidance on the use of boats for waterfowl hunting. Anyone using a boat for waterfowl hunting will follow the regulations found in the Indiana hunting and trapping guide or may lose hunting privileges on the Installation.