A Flint Rock Recreational Use Permit is a type of limited entry permit that is required in order to participate in outdoor recreational activities on the Flint Rock Wildlife Management Area . Click "Application Worksheet" at the bottom of this page. Except for hunting, permit holders and their spouses or dependent children may participate in other activities on Flint Rock WMA. The spouse and dependent children must be in the company of the permit holder. Only permit holders and one dependent child under the age of 16 may hunt. Recreational access is allowed only during periods open to hunting and 7 days before each open hunting season. Recreational use permits also include a Management Area Permit. Flint Rock Recreational Use permits are not valid on other recreational use program areas.
Recreational Use Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) are private lands managed for public hunting and recreation. Recreational use permits are designed to provide more revenue to these private landowners in the WMA system. Money set aside by the FWC to compensate those landowners for hunting use on their lands was not sufficient to compete with private hunting leases. Rather than have these WMAs drop out of the system, the FWC offers Recreational Use permits. Fees collected from these permits supplement the private landowners, keeping their lands open to the public.
Before applying for Recreational Use Permits, applicants should check for area-specific updates. These updates are posted at the top of the page in the Flint Rock WMA brochure.
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