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pontoon outlaw
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My father in law wants to camp at the pontoon campsite, my question is he wants to hunt that area with his brother, they are both over 70 years of age, do they need a license to hunt that area?? I think they are looking to get some hogs in the 3 days they will be out in that area..... From the big marsh to lk winder..
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i think they get a free one
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are they fl. residents ? if so , they'll need to go down and get the over 65 YOA card .
idk about non-resident . in ga. my dad has to buy one and hes 67 , hes a fl. resident .
ga. tried to get fl. to honor eachothers senior program for fishing & hunting and fl. said no...
and that sucks , it would have saved him 285 a yr and when your retired that's a lot .
so no matter what they have to go get something .
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Back when I became 65 I went to get me an old age permit. lol The tax office told me that all a 65+ needed was a Fl DL to show proof of age.
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Pontoon,
Yes, the need a license and a WMA permit. Both are free if they are over 65 and florida residents. They will need to go to the tax collectors office and show a drivers license or other resident ID.

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