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post #171 of 367 (permalink) Old 01-19-2020, 01:08 PM
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I didn't realize that. I thought most states had an archery only season or a specific muzzle loader season. Can you provide examples of states where any weapon is legal any time a deer season is open.

South Carolina, zone 3 (southern portion of the state), has one deer season August 15th through January 1st, any weapon. The remainder of the state has separate seasons for various weapons.


Note: this is for private lands. WMA's have varying seasons / regs. There is very little public hunting land in zone 3, or in the entire state for that matter.
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a lot of states dont have the separate season we do. its just any legal weapon during the entire deer season. choose what you want to use as long as its legal.
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I didn't realize that. I thought most states had an archery only season or a specific muzzle loader season. Can you provide examples of states where any weapon is legal any time a deer season is open.
I did the research. There aren't a LOT of states where any weapon is legal during the entire deer season. In fact the only state without at least one weapon specific season is Alaska.

Alaska - only has a season on Sitka Blacktail deer. Season length varies among the different management units but none have weapon specific seasons. Mule Deer and White-tailed deer have no closed season and no bag limit.
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I hope they go to concurrent seasons . . . . Meaning keeping small game season open during Firearms deer season.
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I don't think the PGC will use doe license allocation to increase or reduce herd size, they may say that and that would probably be the best way to do it, but that would also reduce their revenue and money is what drives the PGC. Hunter numbers is about revenue. If the deer are there, there isn't really any reason to have a concurrent season. I found a lot of dead doe after the the season ended during those concurrent season days, the "brown it's down" causes a few to shoot as many shots as they can get off into a herd for one doe. Just my opinion
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wow...more slamming the PA hunters. must be tons of slobs in this state. time to go back to single shot only. but in all honesty it appears that there are more slobs over in the eastern part of PA, at least according to the location of the posters who have seen this happen.

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Who's slamming hunter? There are slobs out there. most of what I've seen came from you neck of the woods.
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And how many dead doe did you find? Why is it brown and down? You still have to ID for horns. So you must be finding an bunch of spikes too.
You guys always exaggerate. There is no reason not to have a concurrent season.

My gawd a lot of butt hurt folks the last couple of years losing their traditions, and worrying about all their deer getting killed.

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Who's slamming hunter? There are slobs out there. most of what I've seen came from you neck of the woods.

then dont come up here if its that unsafe

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And how many dead doe did you find? Why is it brown and down? You still have to ID for horns. So you must be finding an bunch of spikes too.
You guys always exaggerate. There is no reason not to have a concurrent season.

My gawd a lot of butt hurt folks the last couple of years losing their traditions, and worrying about all their deer getting killed.

right now i am more worried about whats happening in Virginia. if the Demonrats succeed there, it will spread like wildfire and we will have a real battle for our rights on our hands.

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If the democrats succeed there,we will see the start of a civil war.
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