I'm new to the board so excuse me if I sound goofy. I'm looking for information about hunting hogs in FL. I have an uncle-in-law with a private hunting lease in northern FL, and am wondering about what kind of permits or licenses are required.
In Florida Hogs are considered "Domestic Game Animal", meaning that they belong to the property owner on whos property they are located on at the time and can be hunted year round.
You may check with your uncle-in-laws lease landowner to get permission to hunt them, thats all you need.
On public land and land privately owned but publicly managed then you can hunt them during any large game animal season and the general season with only a regular hunting license and any WMA permits that may be required.
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