Spring and Summer Hog Hunting Opportunities

2016 spring and summer hog hunting is available on these WMAs during the following weekends, and no quota permit is needed:

Terry Horton HogApalachicola Bradwell Unit
(Liberty County)

Dog Hunt

May 6-8
June 3-5
July 8-10
Aug. 5-7
Sept. 2-4

Still Hunt

May 20-22
June 17-19
July 15-17
Aug. 19-21
Sept. 16-18

Apalachicola River
(Franklin and Gulf counties)

Dog and Still Hunting

May 20-22
June 17-19
July 15-17
Aug. 19-21
Sept. 16-18

Aucilla
(Jefferson and Taylor counties)

Dog and Still Hunting

May 13-15
June 10-12
July 8-10
Aug. 12-14
Sept. 2-4

Hog Matt ShulerBeaverdam Creek
(Liberty County)

Dog and Still Hunting

May 13-15
June 10-12
July 8-10
Aug. 12-14
Sept. 9-11

Blackwater
(Santa Rosa and Okaloosa counties)

Dog and Still Hunting

May 6-8, 20-22
June 3-5, 17-19
July 1-3, 15-17
Aug. 5-7, 19-21
Sept. 2-4, 16-18 

Blackwater Hutton Unit
(Santa Rosa County)

Dog and Still Hunting

May 20-22
June 17-19
July 15-17
Aug. 19-21
Sept. 16-18

Royce Unit – Lake Wales Ridge
(Highlands County)

Still Hunting Only

May 7-8, 14-15

Kissimmee Chain of Lakes Area
(Osceola and Polk counties)

Dog and Still Hunting

Open to year-round hog hunting
Management area permit not required

Mallory Swamp PSGHA
(Lafayette County)

Dog Hunting Only

August 26-28

Steinhatchee Springs PSGHA
(Dixie, Lafayette and Taylor Counties)

Dog Hunting Only

August 26-28


These hog hunts (below) require a quota permit, and they can be applied for between May 15 – June 15 at GoOutdoorsFlorida.com External Website:

Box-R
(Franklin County)

Dog Hunting Only

May 13-15 *
June 10-12 *
July 8-10
Aug. 12-14
Sept. 9-11

Ochlockonee River SGA
(Leon County)

Still Hunting Only

May 13-15 *
June 10-12 *
July 8-10
Aug. 12-14
Sept. 9-11

 

*  The drawing for these hunts has already occurred, but any returned permits would be available online at GoOutdoorsFlorida.com External Website.

 



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