Located in Clark County near Coffeeville. 18,207 acres; big game and small game. MAP
PERMITS: Permits required for all hunting and trapping. Gun and primitive weapons deer permits issued daily from Management Area Headquarters. No dog deer permits issued after 7:00 a m Season small game, archery deer, and turkey permits may be picked up at Area Headquarters or through the mail by writing Area Manager John W. Reid, 790 Scotch Mgmt. Area Road, Coffeeville. AL 36524; Phone (334) 246-2165 (include current hunting license numbers, and SASE)
(Youth) Stalk Hunting Hunter’s Choice (except spotted fawns - one deer per day): Nov. 10.
(Gun) Stalk Hunting Antlered Bucks Only: Nov. 17; Nov. 30-Dec. 1*; Jan. 18-19*. *On Dec. 1 and Jan. 19, 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. 23-24; Dec. 21-22.
(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. 14-15; Jan. 4-5 (one deer per day).
FERAL HOG - Open during any other daylight season using weapons and ammunition approved for those hunts (except on days of youth hunts). NO DOGS ALLOWED.
(Archery) Nov. 18-Jan. 1 (except on dates of gun and primitive weapons deer hunts).
(Youth) Mar. 9 (daylight until 12:00 noon CST)
(Gun) Mar. 15-Apr. 25 (Daylight until 12:00 noon CST).
SQUIRREL - Oct. 1-Feb. 28 (except on days of youth, gun, and primitive weapons deer hunts).
QUAIL - Nov. 17-Feb. 28 (except on days of gun and primitive weapons deer hunts).
RABBIT - Oct. 1-Feb. 28 (except on days of youth, gun, and primitive weapons deer hunts).
RACCOON, OPOSSUM & FOX - Oct. 1-Feb. 28 (Nighttime only). Fox hunting - dogs only - No weapons. (Except on days of youth, gun, and primitive weapons deer hunts).
TRAPPING - Dec. 25-Feb. 20.
Source: Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries of the Alabama Department of Conservation
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