Small Game Hunting & Trapping Regulations

Small Game

Alligator

  • Season (Zone & Quota Limited): Aug. 18 - Oct. 2
  • Limit: 1 per quota permit holder

Fox & Bobcat

  • Season (Statewide): Dec. 1 - Feb. 29
  • Limit: No limit

Grouse

  • Season (Statewide): Oct. 15 - Feb. 29
  • Limit: 3 per day

Quail

  • Season (Statewide): Nov. 18 - Feb. 29
  • Limit: 12 per day

Rabbit

  • Season (Statewide): Nov. 18 - Feb. 29
  • Limit: 12 per day

Raccoon & Opossum

  • Private Lands Season: No closed season
  • Public Lands Season: Aug. 15 - Feb. 29
  • Limit (Both Private & Public): No limit

Squirrel

  • Season (Statewide): Aug. 15 - Feb. 29
  • Limit: 12 per day

Trapping

Bobcat, Fox, Mink, Muskrat, Otter, Skunk, Weasel

  • Season (Statewide): Dec. 1 - Feb. 29
  • Limit: No limit

Raccoon, Opossum

  • Season (Statewide): No closed season
  • Limit: No limit

Note: Hunting seasons and limits on WMAs, PFAs, State Parks, and federal lands may vary. Consult area-specific regulations.

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