From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources
-- Hunters can apply online for Reservation hunts at Deer Creek Fish and Wildlife Area in southwest Putnam County hunts from now until Oct. 22 at www.Hunting.IN.gov. Click on the Reserved Hunt Registration link.
Hunters will be able to apply for up to three dates of their choice for each species. Hunters must have a valid license to hunt for that species in order to apply. No first-come, first-served hunts for deer, quail and rabbit will be available at Deer Creek FWA.
Details about the hunts available include:
Four-day hunts, Friday through Monday, except for three-day hunts at the end of firearms season and the beginning of muzzleloader/late archery seasons. Tree stands are legal, cannot penetrate the bark of the tree more than one-half inch, and must be removed at the end of the hunt. Tree stands must have hunter's name, address and telephone number legibly visible from ground level. Fall turkeys may be taken by deer hunters who are legally licensed to kill a fall turkey during the fall turkey season as long as those hunters have not previously filled their fall turkey bag.
Hunts are Saturdays only from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hunts are in November and December. Hunting parties may consist of one or two hunters.
Hunts are Saturdays only from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Hunts are in November, December and January. Hunting parties may consist of one to four hunters.
Deer Creek information can be found at http://www.IN.gov/dnr/fishwild/6297.htm. Questions can be directed to Minnehaha FWA at (812)268-5640.