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Southeast Region

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Wildlife management areas (WMAs)

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/HuntingFWC 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

145 A.R.M. Loxahatchee NWR: 147,368 acres in Palm Beach County

Waterfowl area only.

146 Allapattah Flats: 20,945 acres in Martin County

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

147 Big Cypress: 565,848 acres in Collier, Miami-Dade and Monroe counties

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Quota permit required during muzzleloading gun and general gun; recreational access allowed.

148 C-23/24 Reservoir Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 1,149 acres in St. Lucie County

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Recreational access allowed.

149 CREW WEA: 28,910 acres in Lee and Collier counties

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

150 Dinner Island Ranch: 21,714 acres in Hendry County

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

151 Dupuis WEA: 21,935 acres in Martin and Palm Beach counties

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

152 Everglades & Francis S. Taylor: 671,831 acres in Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade counties

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Airboat or track vehicle quota permit required during general gun-vehicle; recreational access allowed.

153 Fisheating Creek: 18,272 acres in Glades County

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Quota permit required during archery, muzzleloading gun, general gun, youth turkey and spring turkey west of US Hwy 27; special-opportunity permit required during spring turkey east of US Hwy 27; recreational access allowed.

154 Holey Land: 35,350 acres in Palm Beach and Broward counties

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Track vehicle quota permit required during general gun; recreational access allowed.

155 J.W. Corbett: 60,348 acres in Palm Beach County

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Quota permits are not required for this area; camping, horseback riding, hiking, fishing and recreational access allowed with management area permit or daily-use fee, unless exempt.

156 Jones/Hungryland WEA: 16,645 acres in Martin and Palm Beach counties

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

157 Okaloacoochee Slough: 34,722 acres in Hendry and Collier counties

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

158 Picayune Strand: 76,317 acres in Collier County

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

159 Rocky Glades Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 5,143 acres in Miami-Dade County

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Recreational access allowed.

160 Rotenberger: 29,297 acres in Palm Beach and Broward counties

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Track vehicle quota permit required during general gun; recreational access allowed.

161 Southern Glades WEA: 30,080 acres in Miami-Dade County

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

162 Spirit-of-the-Wild: 7,487 acres in Hendry County

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

163 STA 1 West Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 6,670 acres in Palm Beach County
Waterfowl and alligator hunting only. Quota permit required.

164 STA 2 Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 9,195 acres in Palm Beach County
Waterfowl and alligator hunting only. Quota permit required.

165 STA 3 and 4 Public Small-Game Hunting Area:16,772 acres in Palm Beach County
Waterfowl and alligator hunting only. Quota permit required.

166 STA 5/6 Public Small-Game Hunting Area: 16,508 acres in Hendry County
Waterfowl and alligator hunting only. Quota permit required.

 

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