Board Recommends Changes to Alabama's Hunting and Fishing Regulations April 5, 2016 Alabama

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Board Recommends Changes to Alabama's Hunting and Fishing Regulations April 5, 2016 Alabama, The Quad-Cities Daily
 ... Recommended extending deer season to end Feb. 10 statewide, with no closed period in December. Archery season in the South Zone would be bucks only from Oct. 15 to Oct. 24. This season is dependent upon Game Check becoming mandatory.  Reduced doe season in portions or all of select north Alabama counties ...


Changes Proposed To Alabama's Hunting Regulations April 2, 2016 WKRG
... Reduced doe season in portions or all of select north Alabama counties ... Revised the dog deer hunting permit system to require a 500-acre minimum acreage for any new dog deer hunting permits ... Strengthened existing regulations aimed at preventing the unintentional import of disease pathogens such as Chronic Wasting Disease ...

Advisory Board Votes For Statewide Deer Season Extension Apri 2, 2016 Alabama, Courier Journal
... Alabama hunters could be in store for the longest white-tailed deer season in history ... Board member Raymond Jones Jr. of Huntsville expressed opposition to the February extension, citing Alabama Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries (WFF) Division research that only about 14 percent of the does in north Alabama are bred in February...

Board Recommends Changes to Alabama's Hunting and Fishing Regulations April 5, 2016 Alabama, The Quad-Cities Daily
 ... Recommended extending deer season to end Feb. 10 statewide, with no closed period in December. Archery season in the South Zone would be bucks only from Oct. 15 to Oct. 24. This season is dependent upon Game Check becoming mandatory.  Reduced doe season in portions or all of select north Alabama counties ...

Extending deer season not the way to go April 23, 2016 Alabama, Tuscaloosa News
... The landscape in Alabama is perfectly suited for growing large numbers of deer ... the vast amount of overgrown cutover and commercial pine thickets in Alabama offer ideal cover ... Throughout the majority of the season, squirrel and rabbit hunters are pushed on to Alabama’s limited public hunting areas because of conflicts with deer hunters on private land...

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