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    Default New check in / out procedures

    VAFB has instituted new check in and out procedures, all automated. You can check in/out with your smart phone using this website:

    https://vandenberg.isportsman.net


    Purchasing your annual access fee (now $75) can be done at the website.

    Note: the Zulu zones are no more and there is mandatory UXO brief before you will be allowed to purchase your access permit.

    It looks pretty easy and a few guys have purchased permits and say it's simple as can be.

    Good luck!
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    is the UXO brief online?

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    Yes, it's my understanding that you have to do the brief before it'll let you buy the permit.
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    I have been using, testing and providing feedback on the app for almost a month.

    Overall, I like the iSportmen remote check-in. It is a significant improvement for the hunting experience. I think the biggest issue will be that hunters will need to be aware of the phone/data reception dead zones on base. In some areas, hunters will need to check in prior to entering the dead zones or go to high ground, which I don't recommend because of the possibility of not legally taking game in the area you are hunting.

    I provided several recommendations. Some were implemented and as for others, Officer Moses is still considering.

    Only big game harvest has to be reported. (Deer and hogs)
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    Would a AO tag work for hunting on Vandenberg AFB?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SF1975 View Post
    Would a AO tag work for hunting on Vandenberg AFB?
    The AO tag may be used for archery only during the archery season and general season.



    ATTENTION ALL VAFB HUNTERS! The R&G Club Hunting page and FAQ (Hunting) page has most of the info you need to know.
    Last edited by DaveGray; 07-06-2017 at 05:14 PM.
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