Information on 2012-2013 Quota Hunts is available through the St. Johns County Tax Collector’s Office and through Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. Application and worksheets may be obtained in any office of the Tax Collector or through myfwc.com/license/limited-entry-hunts.
Applications will be accepted beginning Friday June 1st, 2012 at 10am. These permits are issued by random drawing during Phases I and II. Leftover permits are issued on a first come first served basis during Phase III.
Resident Hunting License
A resident hunting license authorizes the holder to take or attempt to take or possess game or fur bearing animals consistent with state and federal regulations, and rules of the commission. They are valid 12 months from specified beginning date. (License cannot be renewed/issued more than 60 days in advance.)
Hunters are required to carry a valid license while taking or attempting to take game or furbearing animals.
- Any child under 16 years old. Must complete a hunter education course and be supervised by an adult.
- Any person hunting in his county of residence on his homestead.
- Any resident who is a member of the US Armed Forces who is not stationed in Florida, but home on leave with orders for 30 days or less, upon submission of orders.
- A Florida resident 65 years of age or older. (Must carry proof of age and residency)
- Residents certified as totally and permanently disabled. Application must be submitted to Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission and can be viewed/downloaded at http://www.myfwc.com/license/accessibility/license.
Getting your License
You can purchase a variety of fishing and hunting licenses through St. Johns County Tax Collectors offices or online at WildlifeLicense.com.