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Northeast Region WMAs

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NOTE: In addition to hunting licenses and related permits and management area permits, other permits or tags may be required for all or parts of a season. These requirements vary by area. For specific details on permit requirements and exemptions, consult the WMA brochure for each area you wish to hunt. They are available at MyFWC.com/Hunting, FWC regional offices and some county tax collectors’ offices.

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Archery season

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Muzzleloading gun season

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Archery/muzzleloading gun season

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General gun season

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Small-game season

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Spring turkey season

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Family hunts

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Camping allowed

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Hog hunting season

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Hog dogs allowed

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Deer dogs allowed

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Night raccoon hunting

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Horseback riding allowed

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Hiking trails

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Fishing

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Mobility-impaired hunts

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Youth turkey season

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81 Buck Lake: 9,291 acres in Brevard and Volusia counties

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun and spring turkey; camping and horseback riding allowed only during small-game season and nonhunting periods; recreational access allowed.

82 Caravelle Ranch: 27,251 acres in Putnam and Marion counties

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, youth turkey and spring turkey; recreational access allowed.

83 Charles H. Bronson: 11,672 acres in Orange and Seminole counties

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, youth turkey and spring turkey; camping allowed only by landowner permit; recreational access allowed.

84 Dunns Creek: 3,184 acres in Putnam County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, wild hog-still and spring turkey; horseback riding and recreational access allowed only during nonhunting periods.

85 Emeralda Marsh Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 6,476 acres in Lake County

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Waterfowl, snipe, fishing and frogging area only; recreational access allowed with landowner permit.

86 Etoniah Creek: 7,185 acres in Putnam County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun and spring turkey; camping allowed with landowner permit; recreational access allowed.

87 Fellsmere Area 1 Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 4,189 acres in Indian River County

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Waterfowl, fishing and frogging area only.

88 Fort Drum: 20,858 acres in Indian River County

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Special-opportunity permit required for deer and spring turkey; quota permit required during wild hog-still; horseback riding and recreational access allowed only during small-game season and nonhunting periods.

89 Gores Landing: 4,357 acres in Marion County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, youth turkey and spring turkey; recreational access allowed.

90 Guana River: 9,815 acres in St. Johns County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun and spring turkey; horseback riding allowed only during nonhunting periods; recreational access allowed.

91 Half Moon: 9,554 acres in Sumter County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, wild hog-still, youth turkey and spring turkey; horseback riding only allowed during nonhunting periods and small-game season; recreational access allowed.

92 Herky Huffman/Bull Creek: 23,646 acres in Osceola County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun and general gun; camping allowed only during hunting periods; recreational access allowed.

93 Jumper Creek: 10,552 acres in Sumter County

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Quota permit required during muzzleloading gun and general gun; camping allowed but accessible by boat only; recreational access allowed.

94 Kissimmee Chain of Lakes Area: 21,028 acres in Osceola and Polk counties

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Quota permits are not required for this area; hog hunting allowed year round; offers crossbow season; recreational access allowed.

95 Lake George: 39,642 acres in Putnam and Volusia counties

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Quota permit required during muzzleloading gun, general gun, youth turkey and spring turkey; camping allowed with landowner permit, but permit is not needed during general gun; recreational access allowed.

96 Lake George—Dexter/Mary Farms Unit:14,377 acres in Volusia County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun and general gun; special-opportunity permit required during spring turkey; camping allowed during special-opportunity spring turkey but only by those hunters and their guests with landowner permit; recreational access allowed except during special-opportunity spring turkey.

97 Lake Monroe: 3,098 acres in Volusia and Seminole counties

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Quota permits are not required for this area; recreational access allowed.

98 Lake Panasoffkee: 8,676 acres in Sumter County

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Special-opportunity permit required during archery and spring turkey; quota permit required during wild hog hunts; camping allowed only during hunting periods or with landowner permit; horseback riding allowed except during wild hog-dog hunts; recreational access allowed.

99 Lake Woodruff NWR: 21,574 acres in Volusia and Lake counties

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Landowner permit required during archery and muzzleloading gun; recreational access allowed except during special-opportunity archery and spring turkey seasons.

100 Little Big Econ: 7,156 acres in Seminole County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun and spring turkey; camping allowed only with landowner permit; recreational access allowed.

101 Marshall Swamp: 6,445 acres in Marion County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun and spring turkey; recreational access allowed.

102 Matanzas: 4,688 acres in St. Johns County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, family, general gun, wild hog-still, family and spring turkey; camping allowed by landowner permit; recreational access allowed.

103 Merritt Island NWR: 140,000 acres in Brevard County

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Waterfowl, fishing and frogging area only. Quota permit required for all hunts.

104 Ocala: 385,349 acres in Marion, Putnam and Lake counties

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Quota permit required during muzzleloading gun, general gun, youth turkey and spring turkey; camping regulated by landowner; recreational access allowed.

105 Ocklawaha Prairie Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 2,400 acres in Marion County

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Waterfowl, snipe and fishing area only. Quota permit required for all hunts.

106Orange Creek Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 3,423 acres in Marion and Alachua counties

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Waterfowl, snipe, fishing and frogging area only.

107 Richloam: 58,146 acres in Hernando, Pasco, Sumter and Lake counties

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Quota permit required during general gun and spring turkey; camping allowed with landowner permit; recreational access allowed.

108 Richloam—Baird Unit: 11,567 acres in Sumter County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, wild hog-still, youth turkey and spring turkey; recreational access allowed.

109 Rock Springs Run: 14,046 acres in Orange and Lake counties

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun and general gun; horseback riding is prohibited during hunting periods, except during small-game season; recreational access allowed.

110 Ross Prairie: 3,527 acres in Marion County

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Quota permit required during archery and spring turkey; recreational access allowed.

111 Salt Lake: 7,805 acres in Brevard County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, wild hog-dog and spring turkey; horseback riding is prohibited during hunting periods, except during small-game season; recreational access allowed.

112 Seminole Forest: 12,616 acres in Lake County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, mobility-impaired, general gun and spring turkey; camping, recreational activities and access regulated by landowner during nonhunting periods.

113 Seminole Forest—Lake Tracy Unit: 9,311 acres in Lake County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, wild hog-still and spring turkey; public access regulated by landowner during nonhunting periods.

114 Seminole Ranch: 6,000 acres in Orange County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, wild hog-dog and spring turkey; horseback riding allowed only during nonhunting periods; recreational access allowed.

115 T. M. Goodwin: 6,270 acres in Brevard County

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Waterfowl, snipe, fishing and frogging area only. Quota permit required for all hunts.

116 Three Lakes: 63,470 acres in Osceola County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun and general gun; camping allowed only during hunting periods; recreational activities allowed with management area permit or daily-use permit, unless exempt.

117 Three Lakes—Prairie Lakes Unit: 8,859 acres in Osceola County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, wild hog-still, youth turkey and spring turkey; camping allowed with FWC permit; recreational activities allowed with management area permit or daily-use permit, unless exempt.

118 Tiger Bay: 19,644 acres in Volusia County

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Quota permit required during general gun, youth turkey and spring turkey; recreational access allowed.

119 Tiger Bay—Rima Ridge Unit: 11,548 acres in Volusia County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, youth turkey and spring turkey; camping allowed with landowner permit; recreational access allowed.

120 Tosohatchee: 30,701 acres in Orange County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, wild hog-dog (on weekends) and spring turkey; camping, horseback riding and motorcycles allowed only during nonhunting periods; camping allowed with FWC permit; recreational access allowed.

121 Triple N Ranch:16,295 acres in Osceola County

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Special-opportunity permit required for deer and spring turkey; quota permit required during wild hog-still; camping allowed only during hunting periods; horseback riding allowed only during nonhunting periods, except hunters may hunt from horseback during small-game season; recreational access allowed, except during special-opportunity hunts.

122 Upper St. Johns River Marsh: 120,386 acres in Brevard and Indian River counties

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Quota permits are not required for this area; only tent camping is allowed at designated campsites during the hunting season or with landowner authorization; recreational access allowed.

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