Welcome to our Hunting/Fishing Website

MLAAP is hosting the "Moment of Freedom" Turkey Hunt for special service members and veterans this weekend. There will be no fishing, scouting, or hunting allowed Mar. 16, 17 & 18 (Friday, Saturday and until noon on Sunday).

Attention: All active duty military and national guard applicants MUST include a copy of active duty military orders when submitting your 813 Application for a MLAAP hunting/fishing permit.

Attention Hunters: The FBI National Crime Information Center - Interstate Identification Index (NCIC - III) Background Check is required per HSPD-12 (Homeland Security Presidential Directive) Department of the Army Directive 2014-05 Department of the Army Executive Order 033-15 Army Regulation 190-13, Physical Security. Note: The NCIC-III background check will replace the TBI background check or Handgun Carry Permit. See hunting notice "2018-19 MLAAP Hunting/Fishing Permit Sales" for more details.

Attention Hunters: A Firearm Inventory for MLAAP Hunters Form is required per AMC (Army Materiel Command) CPM 210-1, 31 August 2017. See hunting notice "2018-19 MLAAP Hunting/Fishing Permit Sales" for more details. 

We are NOW accepting applications for the 2018 Public Turkey Drawing. Application deadline is Feb. 15th. See hunting notice "2018 Public Spring Turkey" for more details.

The 2018 hunter orientation schedule is now available - see hunting notice.

The following 2018 hunting notices are now posted for viewing under the "hunting notices" tab - i.e 2018-19 MLAAP Hunting/Fishing Permit Sales; 2018 Spring Turkey Season; 2018 Public Hunting Permits.

Hunters must now check-in with Guard Dispatcher prior to 3:30 p.m. to be able to hunt that day.  This is due to the fact that sunset time is approximately 4:40 p.m. and will continually be earlier each day.  Note: This does not apply to raccoon hunters

Hunting Zone 17 is closed until further notice.

Hunting Zone 27 east boundary is the crop fields. The woods on the east side of Zone 27 are off limits; obey the signs.

New Harvest Reporting Procedures:

Upon harvesting turkey or deer, hunter will submit harvest data to the State per smartphone, computer or at a participating check station (MLAAP is no longer a check station). See a list of participating check stations posted on Gd. HQ bulletin board or at TWRA website. Hunter is required to list harvest data on Form 814, request/windshield pass and turn in to Gd. Dispatcher at time of check-out.  

Procedure to report MLAAP turkey or deer harvest data on smartphone or computer: Go to TWRA website and input Gibson County; WMA for a wildlife management area; and Milan AAP.


Revised Hunt Request Forms 814 (Turkey & Deer) are available on the website as printable copies. You can print & fill out for each time you check-in to hunt. You can also fax them or scan and email to the Natural Resource Office for opening turkey, muzzleloader and gun weekends only.

Permit Application Form 813 is revised. Must submit the revised form. The bottom of the 1st Page contains this statement: Please mark 1 or the other.
Will read MLAAP Regulations on website   Need copy of MLAAP Regulations w/permit

  1. Hunt/Fish Request Form 814 must be filled out and given to Guard Dispatcher EVERY TIME you check in to hunt. Even if you have submitted a request form, in advance, for opening weekends of turkey, 1st muzzleloader and lst gun - it is still MANDATORY to provide Form 814 to dispatcher.

  2. If you submit Form 814, in advance, and are assigned a zone prior to opening weekends, you MUST FIRST HUNT hunt your assigned zone, before you can change zones with guard dispatcher at 10:00 am.

  3. 3 things REQUIRED when checking in with dispatcher to hunt: Completed Hunt/Fish Request Form 814; Hunter I.D. Form; MLAAP hunter permit card
    3 things REQUIRED when going through guard gate to hunt: Completed Hunt/Fish Request Form 814 (windshield pass), MLAAP hunter permit card, Hunter's Driver's License

Public hunting maps are now available on website - but only when hunter inputs his MLAAP issued permit no.


Hunter Orientation: All hunters who hunt on MLAAP must attend a hunter orientation class (which is good for 4 years).  Hunters must attend class prior to purchasing a MLAAP permit. Exemption: Guests are not required to have orientation because the sponsor is responsible for his quest.

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