Deer Management Program – Controlled Bow Hunt
As of 9.14.16, the Controlled Bow Hunt Program is full. You may, however, still send in completed forms and be put on a waiting list. Thank you.
The Town of Redding’s Deer Management Program is authorized by the Conservation Commission and administered by the Office of the First Selectman.
The Deer Management Program takes place on select Town owned open space, using permitted bow-hunters, during the State of Connecticut’s authorized bow hunting season for Zone 11 (Sept. 15 – Jan. 31).
Please read through the Hunt Participant rules before completing an application to participate. (options: to actively fill and send directly or use a printed version).
If your application to participate in the hunt is accepted, you will be notified via email along with instructions to pick up your permit for the Redding bow hunt.
Return completed forms via fax to 203-938-8816 or via email to: Assistant@townofreddingct.org.
You may also mail your forms or bring them in person to:
Office of the First Selectman
100 Hill Road, PO Box 1028
Redding, CT 06875
Forms For Controlled Hunt
- Controlled Hunt Open Space Rules
- Printed Returning Hunter Form for Controlled Hunt
- Fillable Returning Hunter Form for Controlled Hunt
- Fillable Application for Controlled Hunt for New Hunter
- Printed Application for Controlled Hunt for New Hunter
- Private Land Consent Form
- Deer Harvest Report 2016-17 Form
Download a copy of the 2016 State of Connecticut Hunting and Trapping Guide
|Open Space open to Controlled Bow Hunt by Town of Redding Permit Only||Acres|
|Saugatuck Falls Natural Area||318|
|Limekiln Natural Area||127|
|Granskog Natural Area||117|
|Little River Preserve||101|
|The Rock Lot||100|
|Gallows Hill Natural Area||73|
|Couch Hill Preserve||71|
|John W. Sanford Farm||58|
|General Parsons Preserve||53|
|Dayton Road Tract||52|
|Garnet Ridge Preserve||40|