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Wolf Creek WMA

Located in Fayette and Walker Counties near Townley. 24,530 acres; big game and small game. MAP

PERMITS:  Gun and Primitive weapons deer permits will be issued daily from the checking station located south of AL Hwy. 102 on the Frozen Hollow Road The checking station will open no later than one hour before sunrise. Season small game, archery deer and turkey permits may be obtained by writing Area Biologist Kevin D. Pugh. 827 Cooner Road, Jasper, AL 35503, Phone (205) 387­0822.  Include a large self-addressed, stamped envelope and your current hunting license number.

Permits may also be obtained from :

  • The self-service box at the checking station;
  • Rick's Quick Stop, Hwy. 78, Carbon Hill;
  • Pat's Archery, Old Russellville Road, Jasper;
  • Scott's Quick Stop, Hwy 102, Townley;
  • Wal-mart, Hwy 78, Jasper;
  • Sportsman's Center, Hwy 78, Jasper.

All deer killed must be checked at the checking station. Turkeys killed shall be reported to the area biologist. Trapping permits must be obtained from area biologist.

DEER

(Youth) Stalk Hunting Hunter’s Choice (except spotted fawns – one deer per day): Nov. 10. (Gun) Stalk Hunting Antlered Bucks Only: Nov. 17-23; Dec. 14-15; Dec. 28 -Jan. 3; Jan. 11- 12; Jan. 25-26*. *On Jan. 26 a predetermined percentage of the permits issued will be hunter’s choice (except spotted fawns - one deer per day).

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

(Primitive Weapons) Stalk Hunting Hunter’s Choice (except spotted fawns): Nov. 30 – Dec. 1 (one deer per day).

TURKEY - Mar. 15-Apr. 30 (Daylight until 12:00 noon CST). (Youth) Mar. 9 (Daylight until 12:00 Noon CST).

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

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

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

RACCOON, OPOSSUM, & FOX - Oct. 1 - Feb. 28 (Nighttime Only). No hunting on nights preceding days of scheduled youth, gun and primitive weapons deer hunts. Fox hunting - dogs only - no weapons.

DOVE - Sept. 15-Oct. 27 - Wednesdays and Saturdays only - noon until sunset.

TRAPPING - Jan. 1-Feb. 20.

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