I'm not proposing a fee for homeowners that have to deal with this out of control problem. It is a fee that the potential pet owner would pay to be permitted to purchase and own an iguana or any other exotic that would pose a threat to the fragile Florida ecosystem. The fee would probably reduce the casual ownership of iguanas because it would no longer be a cheap disposable pet.
Don't waste your money on the sprays. I've tried all of them and they don't work and in fact are just salad dressing.
It has always open season on iguanas in Florida and it has always been free. You can't use a firearm in almost any area you find them but some areas you could use a pellet gun.
If you catch them you can't release them and create a problem elsewhere. The Everglades has enough problems with exotics. The pet industry has dumped the problem on you, me and our neighbors.
Why not barbecue and save gas and wear and tear on your car? They taste like a cross between chicken and crab.