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Question by jhjimbo. Uploaded on September 30, 2013
In Ohio I could get 1 buck and 5 does.
In N.Y. I did not get a doe permit so it is 1 buck only.
To clarify YOUR STATE,I should add they are whitetails and I hunt in Ohio residence and in N.Y. on a Life-Time License so I have resident hunting privileges there.
5 deer a year unless you have a kill permit in VA. Two bucks a year, however I live in an Earn A Buck county, which means I have to kill 2 does before I can take a second buck, and this year is the first year we will be able to take 2 deer a day in my county.
2 antlered deer and however many antler less you want. archery season opens tomorrow. cant wait!
also, they are whitetails.
Total 7 in Ok. No more than 1 antlered.
Archery, primitive arms and regular gun is a combined season total in my area. Bonus antlerless (one antlerless deer) last week of December isn't included in season aggregate.
Season aggregate is 6 deer, NO MORE than one antlered. You can purchase all doe tags.
White tails only in this region. Mulies up in the panhandle is much different, I don't keep up with them.
Vasportsman, might want to check your license again. Looking at mine right now. I have: Two either sex, one eitehr sex east of the Blue Ridge and three antlerless, for a total of 6.
In Illinois, we are allowed 2 bucks (any weapon but no more than 2). Most counties have a lot of leftover doe permits. The county I hunt has hundreds of antlerless tags available and there is no limit on the number a person buys. When they are gone, their gone.
In Florida: Bow season 1 Bk or Doe every day Sept 14-Oct.13,Cr/Bow Same,Muzz Oct.19-Nov.1,Gen Gun Nov.2- Jan.19 Two Bk every day,Doe Week Nov.23-Nov.29 1 Doe Per Day with 1 Bk Per day, and All the Hogs you can Take 365 days.
Its hard to beat the Fl,Deer season.
In Michigan We can take 2 bucks, the second buck must have at least 4pts on a side. I believe this year we can buy up to 5 doe tags and 2 per day.
In SC, as many bucks as you want. We have set doe days on multiple saturdays throughout the season and there is, but if it is a non doe day you need tags and you can purchase 4 in a season. These are whitetails
Here in Texas I can get two antlerless whitetail tags, three whitetail buck or antlerless tags, one antlerless mule deer tag, and one buck or antlerless mule deer tag.
One buck here in Oregon for the general category tag. And it's really lame. You have to choose between bow season and rifle season. You can only choose one or the other, not both.
There are control hunt options that will allow you to harvest a second deer. Like for instance in my area, I could put in for a control hunt doe tag in a certain unit. But chances of getting the tag as an individual applicant are not great. Unless you put in as a group hunt member with a number of applicants, wasting money for the slim chance to get one of those tags is not very appealing.
one buck a year ether mulie or coues not one of each here in az. we might not have the numbers of game as the rest of the country but you cant beat the quality or diversity of game.
For Georgia, I have almost all the tags since I have a Lifetime Sportsman license. It entitles me to at least a dozen deer for rifle season, most of which are antlerless whitetails. I can get more on Wildlife Management Areas and special quota hunts if I desire. I can get more in the archery or black powder seasons if I choose.
Mn, varies. firearms deer camp is one buck unless you draw a doe tag or like me, get a free one cuz your a youth. my muzzle loader lets me shoot up to 4 more deer, all bucks. I can take 5 in the muzzleloader area if I don't shoot a deer firearms season.
In indiana it is one regular season buck two regular season doe three urban zone doe one urban zone doe plus a full quota for as many bonus antler less counties as you want.so in other words, more deer than you would ever want to butcher in one season.
In PA I can currently take 4. I have a buck tag, a first round area specific antlerless tag, a second round area specific antlerless tag, and a surplus area specific antlerless tag. I believe I could also purchase additional tags in areas the have not sold out over the counter. I have no intention of using them all but hunt in three separate regions and want to harvest a doe at least this year. Other people may correct me but 4 is what I could harvest if I wanted to.
In MN it varies by area. All whitetails here.
Up north I can take two deer.
In the south I can take two deer,
In the Metro zone you can take unlimited does.
Only one buck per year in MN no matter what and in the south it has to be 8pt minimum.
I like to take 2-3 per year depending on the size. The third is a bonus that means lots of burger and jerky.
In illinois your allowed 2 bucks a year for example 1 with bow and 1 with a firearm. You can harvest all the does you wish as long as you keep buying permits.
I don't know where Hobob hunts(some WMU's(wildlife management units)are different) but where I'm at in PA I automatically get one buck tag with purchase of regular hunting license and that's it for bucks. Then there is a application process for a first round doe tag for whatever WMU you want, then there is a second round application for whatever WMU you want as long as tags are still available. To my knowledge I am only allowed 2 doe tags for where I hunt. I have always got my 2 doe tags. It's a matter of sending your applications in at the right time.
In Washington, you can only take one deer of any type based on the open season and method of take unless you are drawn for a special draw permit for a second license, most of which, if not all, are antlerless for second tags. Some of the raffle tag hunts allow an additional animal, but the odds are long on that account.
Teodoro, thanks, forgot to include that, west of the Blue Ridge we get 5 total, east get 6 and three of those can be bucks.
I'm in Kansas, we're allowed one whitetail buck tag and up to 5 whitetail antlerless (doe) tags. I don't know what the rules are for mule deer, since I don't hunt them.
Oops- we're allowed up to 5 doe tags, depending on which DMU (deer management unit) you're in.
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