During a hunt that allows exemptions, a non-exempt supervisor of a youth must have a quota permit to hunt. A positive form of identification is required when using a non-transferable permit, except for youth under 16 years of age.

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Area users should familiarize themselves with all regulations.

For exact wording of the wildlife laws and regulations, see the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s wildlife code, on file with the Secretary of State and state libraries.

Licenses and permits may be purchased from county tax collectors, license agents, at My FWC.com/license or by telephone at 888-486-8356.

A no-cost Migratory Bird Permit is available when purchasing a hunting license.

A youth hunter (less than 16 years of age) must be supervised by a person at least 18 years of age.

A mentor license holder must be supervised by a licensed hunter at least 21 years of age.

A host may only bring 1 guest hunter at a time and may only use 1 guest permit per day.

The following persons are not considered to be guest hunters: other quota permit holders, non-hunters and exempt hunters (on areas and during seasons that allow exemptions).

Persons using wildlife management areas are required to have appropriate licenses, permits and stamps.