OUTDOORS: General Gun Deer Season On Private Land Begins Nov. 3 in Brevard County
By Space Coast Daily // November 1, 2018
Zone C is Florida’s largest hunting zone, encompassing central and northern part of the state
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – On Saturday, Nov. 3, Florida’s Zone C, which includes all of Brevard County, general gun deer season on private land begins.
Zone C is Florida’s largest hunting zone, encompassing the central and northern part of the state.
The general gun deer season runs Nov. 3 – Jan. 20, giving hunters the chance to go afield and even introduce someone else to deer hunting.
Deer hunting is a wonderful opportunity to get outdoors and spend time with friends and family.
And, when knowledge, skills and luck come together for a successful hunt, there’s a healthy and delicious wild game meal to enjoy.
The FWC has developed online resources to make it easier for mentors and new hunters to get started deer hunting, including a list of wildlife management areas that allow public land hunting without a quota permit.
To take part in the Zone C general gun season for deer, hunters need a Florida hunting license and a deer permit.
In addition, those planning to hunt one of Florida’s many wildlife management areas will need a management area permit.
Get more information about Florida hunting licenses and permits, hunting season dates and information about deer management units.
Don’t forget that beginning this year, WMA regulations brochures are available online only.
Before heading afield, print, take a screenshot, or download WMA regulations brochures and maps to a mobile device.
All you need to deer hunt is a gun or bow, a treestand or ground blind, and land to hunt on – and Florida is blessed to have nearly 6 million acres of public hunting land.
Plus, we provide free options for learning about firearms safety, deer hunting tips, and conservation at one of Florida’s hunter safety courses.
And, when you buy your hunting license and related permits you’ll be giving back to conservation by contributing to the management of our native wildlife and their habitats.
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