The Lower Suwannee National Wildlife Refuge has 200+ days of hunting, with ten different types of hunts between September and April.
Archery season opens on September 18, allowing archery and crossbow equipment during this time. Hunters may take antlered or antlerless deer, wild hog, coyote, gray squirrel, rabbit, armadillo, opossum, and raccoon. Archery hunters can hunt all refuge lands open to hunting. Additionally, there are "archery only areas" open during all hunts, but in these areas hunters may only use approved archery equipment.