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Austin
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Alabama?

I can't find that Alabama has a coon season. Is this true? If so can you coon hunt the public land all year? I was thinking about a possible spring trip. Can anybody tell me much about it, would it be worth a trip? Are snakes and ticks bad? Thanks for any help!

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2ol2hunt
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Raccoon Season 2022-2023
No Closed Season

May be hunted daytime or nighttime hours
Private Owned and Leased Lands: No Bag Limit
Open Permit- Public Land: 5 Per Party
No running of dogs on open-permit lands during daytime or after 3:00 am during spring turkey season.

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Alabama

Regarding snakes, no different than Virginia in that regard. You can hunt places that do not have many or you can hunt places where there are lots of them. Find a local who can tell you where there are not many snakes. Dave

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James B Grice
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Coon hunting Alabama

So can anyone share the Name of some of the Bigger Tracts of Public Hunting Land that allowed coon hunting year round in Alabama

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Alabama public lands

Talladega National Forest if your in South Carolina would be the closest straight down I-20 you


If your in South Carolina the Talladega National Forest is straight down I-20 some of the gates on the roads will be closed but you can walk hunt the roads

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rkt1981
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Alabama

I live in Cleburne county,Alabama which is where a bulk of the Talladega national forest is. Let me know if you come down and I can help

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Pollard_247
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You can hunt national forest year around here as long as it is not a area of the national forest that is a WMA.Season ends March 5th and reopens September 1st if it is WMA land.

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Re: Coon hunting Alabama

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Originally posted by James B Grice
So can anyone share the Name of some of the Bigger Tracts of Public Hunting Land that allowed coon hunting year round in Alabama
Joe Wheeler Refuge!😎

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Buckshot
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Re: Re: Coon hunting Alabama

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Joe Wheeler Refuge!😎


Wheeler is not year round.

Squirrel, Raccoon, Opossum, and Rabbit Season:
September 10 - October 14
February 1 - March 4

https://www.fws.gov/media/wheeler-n...2-2023-brochure

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