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).
The host must share the bag limit with the guest hunter and the host is responsible for violations that exceed the bag limit.
A no-cost Migratory Bird Permit is available when purchasing a hunting license.
Any waterfowl hunter 16 years of age or older must possess a federal duck stamp Hunters must submit electronic applications for quota and special-opportunity permits through the Commission’s Recreational License Issuance Services (RLIS).
A guest hunter must possess a completed guest permit while hunting except the following persons may be a guest hunter without a guest permit: a youth under 16 years of age, a youth supervisor, a mentor license holder or a mentor license supervisor.
A host may only bring 1 guest hunter at a time and may only use 1 guest permit per day.
FWC Facts: The wild pig, also called the wild hog, wild boar or feral pig, is not a Florida native and may have been introduced by Spanish explorer Hernando De Soto as early as 1539.The sale or purchase of any quota permit or guest permit is prohibited.All general laws and regulations relating to wildlife and fish shall apply unless specifically exempted for this area.The state has a population of approximately 3 million.It is the 32nd most extensive and the 32nd most populous of the 50 United States.Refer to the quota hunt worksheets for additional information.A supervisor is required to accompany a youth or mentor license holder during any hunt.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.This brochure, the Florida Hunting Regulations handbook and quota permit worksheets should provide the information necessary for you to plan your hunting activities.These publications are available from any Commission office, county tax collector and at My Persons using wildlife management areas are required to have appropriate licenses, permits and stamps.