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Clarke County, Alabama
Clarke County, Alabama


Scotch Wildlife Management Area

Located in Clark County between Thomasville and Coffeeville, the Scotch Wildlife Management Area encompasses 18,207 acres. Deer, feral hog, turkey, dove, squirrel, quail, rabbit, raccoon, and fox are hunted in season. For more information about this beautiful wild area, contact manager John W. Reid, 790 Firetower Road, Coffeeville, AL 36524; call 251-626-5474.

Scotch Wildlife Management

Permits are required for all hunting and trapping. Gun deer permits are issued daily from the management area headquarters. No dog deer permits are issued after 7:00 a.m. If applying for a permit by mail, include current hunting license numbers and a self addressed stamped envelope.

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