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Frank W. and Rob M. Boykin WMA

Located in Washington and Mobile Counties near Citronelle. 18,185 acres; big game and small game. MAP

PERMITS:  Gun and primitive weapons deer permits will be issued daily from checking station located on Washington Co. Rd. 35, 6 miles northeast of Citronelle, AL. Season small game, archery deer, and turkey permits may be obtained from self-service box at the checking station or by writing Area Biologist Ben Davis, P O. Box 932, Citronelle, AL, 36522; Include a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope and your current hunting license number. All deer and turkeys killed must be checked at the checking station Trapping permits must be obtained from area biologist.

DEER

(Youth) Stalk Hunting Hunter's Choice (except for spotted fawns - one deer per day): Nov. 10.

(Gun) Stalk Hunting Antlered Bucks Only: Nov. 17; Dec. 28-Jan. 3; Jan. 30*-31*. *On Jan. 30-31, a predetermined percentage of the permits issued will be Hunter's choice permits (except spotted fawns - one deer per day). Dog Hunting Antlered Bucks Only: Nov. 30-Dec. 1; Jan. 11-12*. *On Jan. 12 a predetermined percentage of the permits issued will be Hunter's choice permits (except spotted fawns- one deer per day).

(Archery) Stalk Hunting Hunter's Choice (except spotted fawns): Oct. 15-Jan. 31 (except on days of youth, gun and primitive weapons deer hunts).

(Primitive Weapons) Stalk Hunting Hunter's Choice (except spotted fawns): Dec. 7-8; Jan. 25-26 (one deer per day).

FERAL HOG

(Gun) Open during any other legal daylight season using weapons and ammunition approved for those hunts. NO DOGS ALLOWED. NO BAG LIMIT.

TURKEY

(Youth) March 9 (daylight until 12:00 Noon CST) March 15-April 30 (daylight until 12:00 Noon CST).

SQUIRREL - Oct. 1-Feb. 28 (except on days of gun, primitive weapons, and youth deer hunts).

DOVE - Sept. 15-Oct. 27 (Saturday only). Washington Co. only, (12:00 noon until sunset).

QUAIL - Nov. 17-Feb. 28 (except on days of gun and primitive weapons deer hunts).

RABBIT - Oct. 1-Feb. 28 (except on days of gun, primitive weapons and youth deer hunts).

RACCOON & OPOSSUM - Oct. 1-Nov. 9; Feb. 1-28 (Nighttime Only).

WOODCOCK - Dec. 18-Jan. 31 (except on days of gun and primitive weapons deer hunts).

WATERFOWL - State season (except on days of gun and primitive weapons and youth deer hunts).

SNIPE - Nov. 14-Feb. 28 (except on days of gun and primitive weapons deer hunts).

TRAPPING - Nov. 17-Feb. 20.

Source:  Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries of the Alabama Department of Conservation

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