2013-2014 Deer and Turkey Seasons Set

Discussion in 'Whitetails General 2012' started by fish, Dec 17, 2012.

  1. fish

    fish Active Member

    FYI - For you guys that have schedule days off ahead of time:cheers:

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    Conservation Commission sets 2013 turkey, deer season dates
    Fri, 12/14/2012 - 2:35pm — lowj

    JEFFERSON CITY – The Missouri Conservation Commission set dates for 2013 turkey- and deer-hunting seasons at its December meeting, giving hunters plenty of time to schedule vacation.

    The Commission set the following dates for turkey hunting.

    •Youth season, April 6-7
    •Regular spring season, April 15-May 5
    •Fall firearms turkey season, Oct. 1-31
    Bag limits and shooting hours remain the same as last year. Additional details, including spring managed turkey hunts and regulations for spring turkey hunting on conservation areas, will be published in the spring turkey hunting regulation guide in March.

    The Commission set the following dates for 2013-2014 firearms deer hunting.

    •Urban portion, Oct. 11-14
    •Early youth portion, Nov. 2-3
    •November portion, Nov. 16-26
    •Antlerless portion, Nov. 27-Dec. 8
    •Alternative methods portion, Dec. 21-31
    •Late youth portion, Jan. 4-5
    The Conservation Commission also simplified requirements for tagging harvested deer, effective June 1, 2013. Other deer-hunting regulations will be set in the spring of 2013. Details will be published in the fall deer and turkey hunting regulation guide.
     
  2. kcbuckeye22

    kcbuckeye22 New Member

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    Nov 26, 2011
    Waynesville
    OMG. November 16-26. I can hear the gun hunters now! It's about time they move it out of the Rut.
     

  3. To me it doesn't matter if it's in the Rut... For the last 4 years or more it's been in the rut. I have seen less and less each year... Hardly nothing at all and I hunt hard... So you can see why it doesn't matter to me.. I don't think we have the herds in places any more.. Just ask the area wildlife managers that do the random counts!!!!!!:confused: