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Northeast: Areas east of I and north of U. Highway East Central: Areas east of I, east of U. Highway 49, south of U. Highway 82, and north of U. Southwest: Areas east of U. Highway 61, south of I, west of U. Highway 49, and west of MS Highway Delta: Private and open public lands west of I and north of I plus areas south of I and west of U. A legal buck is defined as having hardened antler above the hairline.
Either sex on private land, open public land, and Holly Springs NF. Weapon of choice may be used on private land with appropriate. Either sex on private land and Holly Springs NF. Legal Bucks only on open public land.
Private and open public lands south of U. Either sex on private land and open public land. Either sex on private land.
Legal bucks only on open public land. Legal bucks only on private and open public land. Open Public Lands include U. National Forests, Corps of Engineers lands, etc. Archery: Longbows, recurves, crossbows and compound bows. There is no minimum or maximum draw weight. There is no minimum arrow length. Fixed or mechanical broadhe may be used.
Primitive Weapons: Weapons legal for use during the Primitive Weapons season are all archery equipment and primitive firearms. All muzzle-loading primitive firearms must use black powder or a black powder substitute with percussion caps, shotgun primers, or flintlock ignition. Metallic cartridges may be loaded with either black powder or modern smokeless powder cartridges purchased at sporting goods stores. During any open season on deer with primitive weapons after November 30, a person may use any legal weapon of choice including air bows and air guns pre-charged pneumatic weapons on private lands only, if the person is the title owner of the land; the lessee of the hunting rights on the land; a member of a hunting club leasing the hunting rights on the land; or a guest of a person specified above.
Gun: There are no caliber or magazine capacity restrictions Black Vicksburg sex firearms.
Archery and primitive firearms may be used during Gun seasons. Supplemental feeding of wildlife is allowed on private land in any county, or portion thereof, not in a CWD Management Zone. The feed may only be provided from above-ground, covered feeders or stationary spin-cast feeders. Any type of feed may be used. Feed may not be poured, piled, or placed directly on the ground.
All feed and feeders must be at least yards from the nearest property line. Deer hunters may hunt in the proximity, with no minimum distance, from a feeder as described above.
All archery and primitive weapons hunters must wear hunter orange while these special hunts are in effect. This season is for Antlerless Deer Only on private lands. Legal weapons are primitive weapons. Refer to White-Tailed Deer Hunting for the definition of a primitive weapon. When hunting deer during any firearm season, every hunter, whether hunting with a firearm, bow and arrow, or any weapon, must wear in full view at least five-hundred square inches of solid unbroken Black Vicksburg sex orange, except as otherwise provided in this section.
Mesh-style or orange-camouflage is not considered unbroken and does not count toward the five hundred square inch minimum. Hunters shall not be required to wear five hundred square inches of solid unbroken hunter orange when:. The U. Fish and Wildlife Service, and U. Army Corps of Engineers managed lands which deate the youth deer season in their regulations and open U. Forest Service National Forest lands are authorized to provide youth hunting opportunities.
Fish and Wildlife Service, U. Army Corps of Engineers, and U. Army managed lands are authorized to harvest antlerless deer on days deated by Federal Regulations. Army for details. Youth Gun 15 and under Nov. On open public lands, youth must follow legal deer criteria. Antlerless Primitive Weapons Nov. Gun with dogs Nov. Primitive Weapon Dec. Gun without dogs Dec. Gun with dogs Dec. Legal Weapons Archery: Longbows, recurves, crossbows Black Vicksburg sex compound bows. Supplemental Feeding Supplemental feeding of wildlife is allowed on private land in any county, or portion thereof, not in a CWD Management Zone.
Hunter Orange When hunting deer during any firearm season, every hunter, whether hunting with a firearm, bow and arrow, or any weapon, must wear in full view at least five-hundred square inches of solid unbroken fluorescent orange, except as otherwise provided in this section. Hunters shall not be required to wear five hundred square inches of solid unbroken hunter orange when: Hunting from a deer stand that is elevated twelve 12 feet or more above the ground; or Hunting in a fully enclosed blind. Youth Gun 15 and under. Either sex on private lands.Black Vicksburg sex
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