Florida’s hunting season is about to be in full swing. You still have tme to get ready for the statewide alligator hunt.

You still have an opportunity to purchase a statewide alligator harvest permit. Even if you were issued a permit in a previous phase, you can buy additional permits during Phase 4. Check permit availability then login to your account at GoOutdoorsFlorida.com to apply.

If you have a permit, get ready to participate in the upcoming alligator hunt, which runs from Aug. 15 to Nov. 1, with the following resources:

Harvest units 101 – 112

Harvest units 115 – 306

Harvest units 401 – 415

Harvest units 500 – 515

Harvest units 516 – 545

Harvest units 546 – 721

Harvest units 722 – 751

Harvest units 801 – 805

Harvest units 806 – 810

Harvest units 811 – 816

Harvest units 817 – 821

Harvest units 822 – 826

Harvest units 827 – 831

Harvest units 832 – 836

Harvest units 837 – 841

Harvest units 842 – 847

Harvest units 848 – 852

Harvest units 853 – 857

Harvest units 858 – 862

Harvest units 863 – 867

 

Hunting Season Dates

Zone A archery and crossbow seasons opened Aug. 3 and run through Sept. 1 and Sept. 6, respectively

The statewide recreational alligator hunting season begins Aug. 15 and runs through Nov. 1.

Zone A muzzleloading gun season opens Sept. 7 and runs through Sept. 20

Zone C archery and crossbow seasons open Sept. 14 and run through Oct. 13 and Oct. 18, respectively

Zone A youth deer hunt weekend Sept. 14-15

Teal and wood duck only season Sept. 21-25

Zone A general gun season opens Sept. 21 and runs through Oct. 20 and reopens Nov. 23 through Jan. 5, 2019

Teal only season Sept. 26-29

First phase of dove season opens Sept. 28 and runs through Oct. 20

2019-2020 hunting season dates and bag limits

2019-2020 migratory bird hunting season dates and bag limits

This information courtesy Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission.