Hello, I was wondering where the palm beachers hunt? I know there are not many places in South Florida, so where is the best area in the state to hunt? Also, i am new to hunting and have no friends or family members who are hunters. What would be the best way to go about learning to hunt and getting access to some hunting lands?
Happiness is a belt fed weapon!
If the water is right which it is not Holey Lands is another option but it is tough very tough hunting.
The millions of acres in western of PB County are all behind locked gates. They have been for the past 30 years.
Why? simply put too many idiots disrespected private property some even shot up tractors and pumps. They ruined it for all of us.
Second learn firearm safety. This is different than the Hunter Safety course. You want to know your weapon and how to properly operate it until its second nature. Do this at a range, not in the field.
Third join a hunting organization and get involved. FSCA meets off Northlake every month. Look them up. Gun and archery ranges are also good places to meet people that hunt. I got a good tip on a Dove Field while shooting sporting clays in Okeechobee on time. Get around hunters to learn about hunting.
90% of my hunting is within an hour of my home in Jupiter, mostly Duck, Dove, Snipe and Turkey, public land.
If the hunting is sooooo good around your place in Jupiter,why do you want to go up to my club in N Fl???
That is a great question.....
Probably looking for a deer lease??
I do hope for an invite someday Chic. Always been wonderin how the other half lives.
I give up🏳
Tall order, learning to Hunt and all related.
I grew up in South Florida,Miami....now reside in Northeast Florida handy to decent public lands hunt opportunity,ideal private Lease arrangement....and still often miss South Florida.
Much of hunting south Florida is about loving the landscape.
You can engage in some of the most remote and vast public lands environment within the entire Eastern United States.
Most 'Palm Beachers' have no idea.....
Please post a map of the 'millions' of acres :wink