The FWC wants to ensure that physical disabilities do not get in the way of a person's access to hunting opportunities. The links below connect you to information about various accommodations and opportunities for sportsmen with disabilities to enjoy hunting in Florida.
Persons with Disabilities Hunting/Fishing License
Mobility-impaired Quota Hunts
Alternative Mobility Certification and Permit
Special Use Vehicle Permit
Persons with Disabilities Crossbow Permit
Adaptive Equipment for the Blind Permit
Persons with Disability (PWD) Duck Blinds
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FWC Facts:In one spawning season a female tarpon may produce from 4.5 million to more than 20 million eggs.
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