I am a FLA native and have hunted in one other state - Georgia. Maybe I lack the proper perspective in regards to other states, perhaps some of you could enlighten me. My issue is this: Why can't I hunt in the creeks of the St. Johns River that have no houses on them without worrying about trespass laws. This is the way I understand the trespass laws: It is a felonly to tresspass with a firearm. The property does not have to be posted. There are also lots of islands here in North Florida, but you have to be a lawyer to determine if you can hunt on them. If they are not posted, I should be able to hunt them. Another issue: If the state owns the land and it is a WMA then why can't I hunt the small game season until it ends(March) instead of the end of January? Another issue: why do I have to get a deer hunting permit to hunt ducks in a WMA?