Welcome to the Kisatchie National Forest

As Louisiana's only National Forest, the Kisatchie is comprised of over 604,000 acres, spread over five Ranger Districts from central to north Louisiana. Whether it is hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, biking, canoeing, kayaking, swimming, horseback riding, or nature viewing through the forest, there is an activity for you. It's your forest, EXPLORE IT!

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Duck Blind Tags Available for Corney Lake

The Kisatchie National Forest Caney Ranger District announces that individuals will be allowed to place duck blinds on Corney Lake as of August 12, 2017. Duck blind tags are available one per household and may be picked up at the Caney Ranger District office, located at 3288 Highway 79 in Homer, LA, 71040. The duck blind tags are free.  The tag shall be placed in a visible position on the blind and shall remain in place as long as the blind is on the forest. Blinds not displaying a tag and decoys may be considered abandoned property, and are subject to impoundment within 72 hours under CFR 36 262.12. Duck blinds are required to be removed from Corney Lake within 30 days of the final day of duck season. Decoys are required to be removed at close of duck season. For additional information, please call the Caney Ranger District at 318-927-2061.


 

Spotlights

2017-2018 Hunting Rules, Regulations and Schedules

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) has released its 2017-2018 hunting regulations booklet.

2017-2018 Catahoula & Red Dirt Permit

2017-18 Catahoula & Red Dirt National Wildlife Management Preserve Permit.

 




2017-2018 Motor Vehicle Use Maps Available

2017-18 Motor Vehicle-Use Maps available online.

2017-2018 Kisatchie National Forest Hunting Dates

2017-2018 Kisatchie National Forest Hunting schedules.



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