|If you:||You must have a/an:||Fees and notes:|
|Participate in any activity on a WMA, refuge, or conservation area (unless otherwise specified)||Self-Clearing Permit||
Free. A Self-Clearing Permit is required for ALL ACTIVITIES on WMAs, refuges, and conservation areas. The permit consists of two portions: check-in and check-out.
|Use any LDWF-administered property, including WMAs, refuges, and conservation areas, for any activity||WMA Access Permit||
|Camp on a WMA (where camping is permitted)||WMA Camping Permit||
|Are wheelchair-bound, mobility-impaired, an upper extremity amputee, or visually-impaired and participate in special deer hunts on private and public lands, access specially designated ATV trails on WMAs, and/or hunt from ATVs||Physically Challenged Hunter Permit||Free. See Special Licenses and Permits for more information.|
|Would like to train a bird dog in a WMA Bird Dog Training Area||WMA Bird Dog Training Area Permit||Free. Contact your LDWF regional office for availability.|
|Cut firewood for personal use in firewood harvesting areas on WMAs||Firewood Cutting on WMAs Permit||Free. You must also have a Basic Hunting License and sign an indemnity agreement stating that LDWF is not responsible for any injuries occurring or resulting from any actions during the firewood harvest operations. Firewood cutting is typically permitted from August through October when no firearm hunting seasons are in progress. Contact your LDWF regional office for availability.|
WMA/Refuge/Conservation Area Licenses and Permits
For more information on Special Use, WMA Hardmast Collection, WMA Research, or WMA Commercial Activity permits, please contact your LDWF regional office.