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Raccoon Creek WMA

Located in Jackson County near Stevenson. 7,080 acres; waterfowl and small game. MAP

PERMITS: A season permit required for all hunting on the waterfowl management areas and refuges may be obtained by writing Area Biologist Keith McCutcheon. 234 County Rd 141, Hollywood, AL 35752 (Phone [256] 437-2788) Permits will be available from licensed vending agents in Jackson County. Federal duck stamp and federal regulations may be obtained at U.S. Post Office. Alabama duck stamp may be obtained from Probate Judge's Office.

WATERFOWL

(Special Teal Season) - Sept. 8-23. 4 a day-8 in possession. 1/2 hour before sunrise to sunset.

(Duck) -  State Season.

(Coot) - State Season.

(Goose) - State Season.

(Special Goose Season) - Sept. 1-15; 5 a day-10 in possession.

(Youth Day) - State Season

DOVE - Sept. 15-Oct. 28; Dec. 22-Jan. 6; 12:00 noon until sunset.

SQUIRREL - Oct. 1-Feb. 28.

QUAIL - Nov. 17-Feb. 28.

BLACKBIRD, CROW & STARLING - Sept. 15-Feb. 28.

RAIL, WOODCOCK & SNIPE - State Season.

RABBIT - Oct. 1-Feb. 28

RACCOON & OPOSSUM - Oct. 1-Feb. 28.

TRAPPING - Nov. 17-Feb. 20.

BOW-FISHING - During other scheduled hunts and Mar. 1-Aug. 31 - nongame fish only.

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

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