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PERMIT OR REGISTRATION DESCRIPTION
Alternative Mobility Permit (AMP)
Authorizes the holder to operate all-terrain vehicles (ATV) on designated wildlife management areas. The applicants must provide a physicians certification stating that the applicant is mobility impaired and is one of the following: paraplegic, hemiplegic, quadriplegic, permanently dependent upon a wheelchair for ambulation, permanently required to use braces or prosthesis on both legs, or complete above the knee single-leg amputation.
Antlerless Deer Permit (AD)
Authorizes the holder to take any deer (except spotted fawn) that is without antlers or whose antlers are less than 5 inches in length visible above the hairline on designated private property. Identifying tag must be locked on deer.
Bass Tournament (BASS)
Authorizes a temporary exemption to the existing size limits for freshwater fish taken in a designated fishing tournament. Bag limits remain in effect and all fish caught must be live-released. Individual permit cards are issued to each angler participating.
Chassahowitzka WMA SCUBA Diving Registration (CDIVE)
Authorizes SCUBA diving in Chassahowitzka WMA.
Notice: Multiple divers cannot register as a group, or under a business or company name. Each diver must complete the registration process in their own name.
Deer Depredation Permit (DDEP)
Authorizes the holder to take deer of either sex at the permitted site only where depredating deer damage is occurring
Deer Dog Registration (DD)
Authorizes the use of dogs to take, trail, pursue or molest deer on private property.
Disabled Person's Crossbow Hunting Permit (CB)
Authorizes the permittee to use a crossbow during established archery seasons.
Fishing Education Event License Exemption Permit (FEEL)
Authorizes the named Sponsoring Organization's qualifying education event participants to fish without a Florida recreational fishing license for the duration of the event.
Geocaching Permit (GEO)
Authorizes a person to place and maintain a geocache on FWC property.
Georgia/Alabama Deer Carcass Importation Permit (DCIP)
Authorizes the holder to import and possess the carcass or parts thereof of any white-tailed deer originating and legally harvested from the states of Georgia or Alabama during those states’ established deer seasons.
Gun and Light at Night Permit (GLN)
Authorizes a landowner or their designee to take depredating wildlife (beaver, bobcat, fox, possum, rabbit, raccoon or skunk) at night with a gun and light. Under special restrictions, authorizes deer causing damage to crops can be harassed (scared) with a gun and light at night.
Military/Disabled Veteran Event License Exemption Permit (MDVE)
Authorizes the named Sponsoring Organization's qualifying event participants to hunt or fish without a Florida recreational hunting or fishing license for the duration of the event.
Mobility Impaired Certification (MI)
Authorizes 20 hunts on 9 wildlife management areas to those hunters certified mobility-impaired. These hunts are reserved exclusively for mobility-impaired hunters who can't walk, or can't walk without an assisting aid.
Resident Persons with Disabilities Hunting/Fishing License (D)
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Special Event Authorization (SEA)
Authorizes an event activity is not consistent with statewide or area specific rules.
Special Use Other Permit (SUO)
Authorizes a person with the approval of the FWC Regional Director or the WMA Manager to access or use Wildlife Management Areas and other regulated areas that are otherwise prohibited for a specific activity and/or time period.
Special Use Vehicle (SUV)
Authorizes a permanently disabled person to operate vehicles on some WMA roads not open to the public. Applicants must provide a physician certification stating that the person is permanently disabled in a way which renders normal walking impossible
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