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White Lake Preservation, Inc., is holding a guided youth waterfowl hunt on November 1 and 2, on the White Lake Preserve near Gueydan. Applications are now being accepted by the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries. To participant in the lottery drawing, applications must be received in Room 461 of the Wildlife and Fisheries Building in Baton Rouge by close of business October 6.
Applicants must be under the age of 16. Interested youth hunters may apply for each date, however if they are selected for one date they will be ineligible for the second date. Each successful applicant must be accompanied in the blind by a parent or guardian. A hunting guide will be assigned to each blind. The hunts are being held during the waterfowl youth weekend that was established by the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, therefore only hunters under the age of 16 are allowed to possess a firearm and shoot.

Applications may be delivered in person or mailed. The mailing address is: Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, Attention: White Lake Youth Waterfowl Hunt at P.O. Box 98000, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 70898. Applications may be obtained from the LDWF website at:

One applicant will be selected from each of 7 geographic regions in the state and one participant will be selected from the state at large. Selected participants will be provided overnight accommodations and arrival times will be sent to each hunter prior to the hunt. In the event the applicant is not able to participate in the youth hunt, he may transfer that permit to a qualified hunter (under the age of 16) of their choice. Transfers must be in writing and presented to the Hunt Coordinator on the morning of the hunt.

For more information, contact Wayne Sweeney at 337/479-1894.




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