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Monthly Archives: May 2016
POSSIBLE CHANGES COMING TO ALABAMA DOG DEER REGULATIONS
Changes appear to be coming to the state’s dog deer hunting regulations. At its March 26 meeting in Pelham, the Alabama Conservation Advisory Board (CAB) recommended regulation changes designed to address various dog deer hunting related conflicts. If approved, the new regulations will go into effect this fall. Continue reading
CHANGES TO FLORIDA ALLIGATOR HUNT APPLICATION PROCESS
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will soon be accepting applications for a chance to participate in its annual recreational alligator hunting season, which always runs Aug. 15 – Nov. 1. But there are some changes to the application process that hunters need to know.
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NW FLORIDA RED DRUM BAG LIMIT LOWERED TO 1 FISH STARTING MAY 1
The recreational red drum daily bag limit in the northwest red drum management zone (Escambia County through Fred Howard Park near Pasco County) will be lowered from two fish to one fish per person starting Sunday, May 1. All other red drum regulations remain the same, including the eight fish vessel limit.