New Deer Hunting Regulations Effective in 2016 July 9, 2015 Vermont

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New Deer Hunting Regulations Effective in 2016 July 9, 2015 Vermont, Vermont Fish and Wildlife
     In 2016, archery deer hunting season will be extended five days.  It will begin the first Saturday in October, run for 28 days, and then continue for nine days beginning the first Saturday after completion of the November rifle deer season. The archery season limit on deer will be reduced from three to two in 2016.  No more than two deer may be taken during the archery season only one of which may be a legal buck, not to exceed the annual limit of three for all deer seasons. 
     Also effective in 2016, no person may possess while hunting or use for the purposes of taking or attempting to take, attracting, surveillance or scouting deer—any product that contains any urine, blood, gland oil, feces, or other bodily fluids from a deer, elk or moose.


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