Alabama Deer Season 2023-2024: New Regulations & Dates!

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Alabama Deer Season 2023-2024 will be exciting and rewarding for hunters and wildlife enthusiasts. In Alabama, deer hunting is a beloved custom that has been carried down through the years. It should come as no surprise that hunting is a favorite sport for many Alabamans given the large population of white-tailed deer that inhabit the state. Numerous hunters go out into the wilderness each year in quest of the elusive deer, having a huge influence on rural communities.

The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources controls the deer hunting season in order to preserve a robust deer population. There are many zones within the hunting season, each with its own set of rules and dates. Depending on the zone, the hunting season often begins in October and lasts until February.

Alabama Deer Hunting Season

Alabama is a popular location for hunters looking to take down the elusive white-tailed deer. Deer are the most popular game species in the state, which makes deer hunting quite popular. Each year, millions of man-days are spent by hunters in search of their prey. This sport not only offers the hunters exhilarating experiences, but it also significantly boosts the local economy in rural Alabama. Hunters may anticipate taking down a sizable number of deer yearly, with varied harvest numbers.

Below here is a guide for the complete Deer season in Alabama:

Zone A

Alabama Zone-A Deer SeasonHunting Start DateHunting End DateDeer Type
Bow and Arrow - Stalk HuntingSaturday, October 14, 2023Saturday, February 10, 2024Either Sex
Special Youth GunFriday, November 10, 2023Monday, November 13, 2023Either Sex
Special Muzzleloader & Air RifleMonday, November 13, 2023Friday, November 17, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Saturday, February 10, 2024Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Friday, December 08, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, December 09, 2023Sunday, December 31, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingMonday, January 01, 2024Saturday, February 10, 2024Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Monday, January 15, 2024Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Friday, December 08, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, December 09, 2023Sunday, December 31, 2023Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer HuntingMonday, January 01, 2024Monday, January 15, 2024Antlered Bucks Only

Location

  • Begins at the intersection of the Alabama/Mississippi state line and US Hwy. 80 (Sumter County)
  • East along US Hwy. 80 to the US Hwy. 80 Bypass in Selma (Dallas County)
  • East along US Hwy 80 Bypass to the Alabama River
  • East along the Alabama River to I-65
  • South along I-65 to the intersection with I-85
  • North along I-85 to AL Hwy. 169 (Exit 60 – Lee County)
  • South along AL Hwy. 169 to AL Hwy. 1/US Hwy. 431
  • South along AL Hwy. 1/US Hwy. 431 to AL Hwy. 26
  • West along AL Hwy. 26 to Russell County Road 65
  • South along Russell County Road 65 to Russell County Road 4
  • West along Russell County Road 4 to Russell County Road 49
  • South along Russell County Road 49 to US Hwy. 82
  • East along US Hwy. 82 to the Chattahoochee River
  • South along the Chattahoochee River to AL Hwy. 10
  • West along AL Hwy. 10 to Henry County Road 57
  • South along Henry County Road 57 to Henry County Road 99
  • South along Henry County Road 99 to US Hwy. 431
  • South along US Hwy. 431 to Ross Clark Circle (bypass around Dothan)
  • East along Ross Clark Circle to US Hwy. 231
  • South along US Hwy. 231 to the Alabama/Florida state line
  • East along the Alabama/Florida state line to the Chattahoochee River
  • North along the Chattahoochee River to US Hwy. 82
  • West along US Hwy. 82 to US Hwy. 431
  • North along US Hwy. 431 to US Hwy. 280
  • East along US Hwy. 280 to Alabama/Georgia state line
  • North along Alabama/Georgia state line to I-20
  • West along I-20 to AL Hwy. 21
  • North along AL Hwy. 21 to US Hwy. 278
  • East along US Hwy 278 to the Alabama/Georgia state line
  • North along the Alabama/Georgia state line to the Alabama/Tennessee state line
  • West along the Alabama/Tennessee state line to the Lauderdale County/Limestone County line
  • South along the Lauderdale County/Limestone County line to the Tennessee River
  • West along the Tennessee River to the Colbert County/Lawrence County line
  • South along the Colbert County/Lawrence County line to the Colbert County/Franklin County line
  • West along the Colbert County/Franklin County line to the Alabama/Mississippi state line
  • South along the Alabama/Mississippi state line ending at US Hwy. 80 (Sumter County)

Note: Excluded Zones: C, D, E

Zone B

Alabama Zone-B Deer SeasonHunting Start DateHunting End DateDeer Type
Bow and Arrow - Stalk HuntingSaturday, October 14, 2023Tuesday, October 24, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Bow and Arrow - Stalk HuntingWednesday, October 25, 2023Saturday, February 10, 2024Either Sex
Special Youth GunFriday, November 10, 2023Monday, November 13, 2023Either Sex
Special Muzzleloader & Air RifleMonday, November 13, 2023Friday, November 17, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Saturday, February 10, 2024Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Friday, December 08, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, December 09, 2023Sunday, December 31, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingMonday, January 01, 2024Saturday, February 10, 2024Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Monday, January 15, 2024Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Friday, December 08, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, December 09, 2023Sunday, December 31, 2023Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer HuntingMonday, January 01, 2024Monday, January 15, 2024Antlered Bucks Only

Locations

  • Beginning at the intersection of the Mississippi state line and US Hwy. 80 (Sumter County)
  • East along US Hwy. 80 to the US Hwy. 80 Bypass in Selma (Dallas County)
  • East along US Hwy. 80 Bypass to the Alabama River
  • East along the Alabama River to I-65
  • South along I-65 to the intersection with I-85
  • North along I-85 to AL Hwy. 169 (Exit 60 – Lee County)
  • South along AL Hwy. 169 to AL Hwy. 1/US Hwy. 431
  • South along AL Hwy. 1/US Hwy. 431 to AL Hwy. 26
  • West along AL Hwy. 26 to Russell County Road 65
  • South along Russell County Road 65 to Russell County Road 4
  • West along Russell County Road 4 to Russell County Road 49
  • South along Russell County Road 49 to US Hwy. 82
  • East along US Hwy. 82 to US Hwy. 431
  • South along US Hwy. 431 to US Hwy. 82
  • East along US Hwy. 82 to the Chattahoochee River
  • South along the Chattahoochee River to AL Hwy. 10
  • West along AL Hwy. 10 to Henry County Road 57
  • South along Henry County Road 57 to Henry County Road 99
  • South along Henry County Road 99 to US Hwy. 431
  • South along US Hwy. 431 to Ross Clark Circle (bypass around Dothan)
  • East along Ross Clark Circle to US Hwy. 231
  • South along US Hwy. 231 to the Alabama/Florida state line
  • West along the Alabama/Florida state line to the Alabama/Mississippi state line
  • North along the Alabama/Mississippi state line ending at US Hwy. 80 (Sumter County).

Note: Excludes Zone E description below.

Zone C

Alabama Zone-C Deer SeasonHunting Start DateHunting End DateDeer Type
Bow and Arrow - Stalk HuntingSaturday, October 14, 2023Saturday, February 10, 2024Either Sex
Special Youth GunFriday, November 10, 2023Monday, November 13, 2023Either Sex
Special Muzzleloader & Air RifleMonday, November 13, 2023Friday, November 17, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Sunday, November 26, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingMonday, November 27, 2023Friday, December 15, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, December 16, 2023Sunday, December 31, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingMonday, January 01, 2024Saturday, February 10, 2024Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Sunday, November 26, 2023Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer HuntingMonday, November 27, 2023Friday, December 15, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, December 16, 2023Sunday, December 31, 2023Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer HuntingMonday, January 01, 2024Monday, January 15, 2024Antlered Bucks Only

Locations

  • Beginning at the Colbert County/Franklin County line on US Hwy. 43/13
  • South along US Hwy. 43/13 to Spruce Pine (Franklin County)
  • South along AL Hwy. 13 to AL Hwy. 195 in Haleyville (Winston County)
  • North along AL Hwy. 195 to Winston County Road 93
  • North along Winston County Road 93 to Franklin County Road 93
  • North along Franklin County Road 93 to Franklin County Road 81
  • North along Franklin County Road 81 to Franklin County Road 83
  • North along Franklin County Road 83 to AL Hwy. 24
  • East along AL Hwy. 24 to intersection with AL Hwy. 157 in Moulton (Lawrence County)
  • South along AL Hwy. 157 to Cullman County Road 1114
  • South along Cullman County Road 1114 to US Hwy. 278 in Jones Chapel (Cullman County)
  • West along US Hwy. 278 to Helicon Road (Winston County Road 77)
  • South along Helicon Road (Winston County Road 77) to Winston County Road 41 in Arley (Winston County)
  • South along Winston County Road 41 to the Sipsey Fork
  • South along the Sipsey Fork to US Hwy. 69
  • North along US Hwy. 69 to I-65
  • South along I-65 to I-59
  • North along I-59 to US Hwy. 11
  • North along US Hwy. 11 to Etowah County/Dekalb County line
  • West along Etowah County/Dekalb County line to Dekalb County/Marshall County line
  • North along Dekalb County/Marshall County line to Marshall County/Jackson County line
  • North along Marshall County/Jackson County line to Tennessee River
  • West along Tennessee River to the Colbert County/Lawrence County line
  • South along the Colbert County/Lawrence County line to the Colbert County/Franklin County line
  • West along the Colbert County/Franklin County line ending at US Hwy. 43/13.

Note: Excludes Zone D description below.

Zone D

Alabama Zone-D Deer SeasonHunting Start DateHunting End DateDeer Type
Bow and Arrow - Stalk Hunting30-Sep-2315-Jan-24Either Sex
Bow and Arrow - Stalk Hunting16-Jan-2427-Jan-24Antlered Bucks Only
Special Youth Gun27-Oct-2330-Oct-23Either Sex
Special Muzzleloader & Air Rifle30-Oct-233-Nov-23Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk Hunting4-Nov-2317-Nov-23Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Deer-Stalk Hunting18-Nov-2326-Nov-23Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk Hunting27-Nov-2315-Dec-23Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Deer-Stalk Hunting16-Dec-2331-Dec-23Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk Hunting1-Jan-2427-Jan-24Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer Hunting4-Nov-2317-Nov-23Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer Hunting18-Nov-2326-Nov-23Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer Hunting27-Nov-2315-Dec-23Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer Hunting16-Dec-2331-Dec-23Either Sex

Locations

  • Beginning at the intersection of AL Hwy. 157 and AL Hwy. 24 in Moulton (Lawrence County)
  • South along AL Hwy. 157 to Cullman County Road 1114
  • South along Cullman County Road 1114 to US Hwy. 278 in Jones Chapel (Cullman County)
  • West along US Hwy. 278 to Helicon Road (Winston County Road 77)
  • West along Helicon Road (Winston County Road 77) to Winston County Road 41 in Arley (Winston County)
  • South along Winston County Road 41 to the Sipsey Fork
  • South along the Sipsey Fork to the Winston County/Walker County line
  • West along the Winston County/Walker County line to AL Hwy. 5
  • North along AL Hwy. 5 to AL Hwy. 13 at Natural Bridge (Winston County)
  • North along AL Hwy. 13 to AL Hwy. 195 in Haleyville (Winston County)
  • North along AL Hwy. 195 to Winston County Road 93
  • North along Winston County Road 93 to Franklin County Road 93
  • North along Franklin County Road 93 to Franklin County Road 81
  • North along Franklin County Road 81 to Franklin County Road 83
  • North along Franklin County Road 83 to AL Hwy. 24
  • East along AL Hwy. 24 ending at intersection with AL Hwy. 157 in Moulton (Lawrence County).

 Zone E

Alabama Zone-E Deer SeasonHunting Start DateHunting End DateDeer Type
Bow and Arrow - Stalk Hunting30-Sep-2315-Jan-24Either Sex
Bow and Arrow - Stalk Hunting16-Jan-2427-Jan-24Antlered Bucks Only
Special Youth Gun27-Oct-2330-Oct-23Either Sex
Special Muzzleloader & Air Rifle30-Oct-233-Nov-23Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk Hunting4-Nov-2315-Jan-24Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk Hunting16-Jan-2427-Jan-24Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer Hunting4-Nov-231-Jan-24Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer Hunting1-Jan-2415-Jan-24Antlered Bucks Only

Locations

  • Beginning at the intersection of US Hwy. 82 and US Hwy. 431 in Eufaula (Barbour County)
  • North along US Hwy. 431 to US Hwy. 280
  • East along US Hwy. 280 to the Chattahoochee River
  • South along the Chattahoochee River to US Hwy. 82
  • West along US Hwy. 82 ending at intersection with US Hwy. 431 (Barbour County)
  • Beginning at the intersection of I-20 and AL Hwy. 21 (Calhoun County)
  • North along AL Hwy. 21 to AL Hwy. 9 in Piedmont (Calhoun County)
  • North along AL Hwy. 9 to US Hwy. 278
  • East along US Hwy. 278 to the Alabama/Georgia state line
  • South along the Alabama/Georgia state line to I-20
  • West along I-20 ending at intersection with AL Hwy. 21 (Calhoun County).

Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Management Zone

AL Chronic Wasting Disease Management Zone (CMZ)Hunting Start DateHunting End DateDeer Type
Bow and Arrow - Stalk HuntingSaturday, October 14, 2023Saturday, February 10, 2024Either Sex
Special Youth GunFriday, November 10, 2023Monday, November 13, 2023Either Sex
Special Muzzleloader & Air RifleMonday, November 13, 2023Friday, November 17, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Saturday, February 10, 2024Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Friday, December 08, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingSaturday, December 09, 2023Sunday, December 31, 2023Either Sex
Gun Deer-Stalk HuntingMonday, January 01, 2024Saturday, February 10, 2024Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Monday, January 15, 2024Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, November 18, 2023Friday, December 08, 2023Antlered Bucks Only
Gun Dog Deer HuntingSaturday, December 09, 2023Sunday, December 31, 2023Either Sex
Gun Dog Deer HuntingMonday, January 01, 2024Monday, January 15, 2024Antlered Bucks Only

Location

  • The CWD Management Zone includes all of Lauderdale and Colbert Counties.
  • The High-Risk Zone is located within the CWD Management Zone, and includes the portion of Lauderdale County with the following boundaries:
  • Beginning at the intersection of the Tennessee River and the Alabama/Mississippi State line, north along the Alabama/Mississippi State line to the Alabama/Tennessee State line
  • East along the Alabama/Tennessee State line to US Hwy. 43
  • South along US Hwy. 43 to the Tennessee River
  • West along the Tennessee River ending at the Alabama/Mississippi State line
  • The Buffer Zone is also located within the CWD Management Zone and includes those portions of Lauderdale and Colbert Counties with the following boundaries:
  • Beginning at the intersection of the Tennessee River and the Alabama/Mississippi State line, south along the Alabama/Mississippi State line to the Colbert County/Franklin County line
  • East along the Colbert County/Franklin County line to the Colbert County/Lawrence County line
  • North along the Colbert County/Lawrence County line to the Tennessee River
  • East along the Tennessee River to the Lauderdale County/Limestone County line
  • North along the Lauderdale County/Limestone County line to the Alabama/Tennessee State line
  • West along the Alabama/Tennessee State line to US Hwy. 43
  • South along US Hwy. 43 to the Tennessee River
  • West along the Tennessee River ending at the Alabama/Mississippi State line.

Bag Limits

Alabama Deer SeasonBag Limits
Antlered Bucks3 antlered bucks/year (1 of them must have at least 4 antler points 1" long on one side)
Un-antlered Deer1 un-antlered deer/day
Gun Dog Deer HuntingVaries depending on date and area

Regulations for Deer Hunting

  • The usage of guns is one of the most crucial restrictions to take into account. Hunters in Alabama must abide by the tight restrictions controlling the use of weapons when hunting in order to stay out of trouble with the law. The state also mandates that hunters submit their harvest to the authorities and possess a current hunting license.
  • All deer and turkey hunters are expected to use Game Check to report their kills, and they must also have a deer/turkey harvest record (available in print or digital form) on hand.
  • With a few exceptions, hunting on private grounds requires written permission from the proprietor.
  • Deer may be legally hunted from 30 minutes before official dawn to 30 minutes after official dusk.
  • Hunting on public lands requires using a hunter orange, a kind of open permission. Before hunting in state wildlife management areas, check the Wildlife Management Area Permit for specific guidelines or hunting seasons.
  • The parties in charge of hunting rights may decide to set seasons and bag limitations that are more stringent than required.
  • On public lands, bait is not allowed (including WMA, SOA, USFS, TVA, Corp. of Engineers and public and private land within the CWD CMZ).
  • Hunters may shoot one buck with antlers above the natural hairline every day in any county. Each hunter may also take three white-tailed bucks with at least four antler points that are at least one inch long throughout both seasons, except in Barbour County. Antler bucks in Barbour County must have three points on one side, except for statewide juvenile deer shooting days. Hunters may also take one buck from a restricted number of Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) without counting it against their three-buck quota.
  • Hunters may take one deer and one buck per day during the Unantlered Deer Gun, Special Muzzleloader, Bow and Arrow, and Special Youth (under 16) Seasons. Certain places on US Forest Service properties allow just one deer each day. These limits enable hunters to kill a variety of deer during the hunting season while yet protecting the environment.
  • Youth hunters under 16 may hunt November 11–14 and October 28–31, depending on the zone. Dog hunting is allowed in counties or parts of counties during the regular dog deer hunting season. Hunters should check the latest Wildlife Management Area Permits for young deer hunting dates and other data. Deer season guns and ammo are allowed. Young hunters may hunt safely.

Licenses & Requirements

In order to hunt deer in Alabama, you need four things: a hunting license, a record of your harvest, a license and map permission if you’re hunting in a wildlife management area, and the completion of the necessary paperwork once you’ve taken down a deer. There are many different kinds of hunting permits available, such as a lifetime permit and a handicapped hunting permit for veterans. Some people are excluded from needing a license, including those over 65 and resident landowners and their close families. Additionally, a special bait-privilege permission must be purchased, and only private property may be used for baiting deer.

Note: For complete license fees and cost you may read our article Alabama Hunting Seasons.

Dog Deer Hunting

The use of dogs is crucial in Alabama hunting. Only the stalking technique is allowed when dog-assisted hunting is outlawed. This will decrease the impact on the local environment and safeguard hunters and deer from injury.

Dog Deer Hunting Prohibited Except by Special Permit from the Department (Counties)

(Counties)Dog Deer Hunting Prohibited Except by Special Permit from the Department (Boundaries)
BaldwinDog deer hunting prohibited
ChambersDog deer hunting prohibited, except for individual property owners on their own property
ChoctawDog deer hunting prohibited in the area south of AL Hwy. 10, west of AL Hwy. 17, and north of County Rd. 18 from AL Hwy. 17 to County Rd. 14, then north of County Rd. 14 to the Mississippi state line
ColbertWest of US Hwy. 43
CoosaDog deer hunting prohibited, except for individual property owners on their own property
CovingtonNorth of US Hwy. 84
ElmoreFrom the Coosa County/Elmore County line at the east bank of Lake Jordan to AL Hwy. 9, south along AL Hwy. 9 to the intersection of US Hwy. 231, south along US Hwy. 231 to the intersection of AL Hwy. 14, west along AL Hwy. 14 to the east bank of the Coosa River, north along the east bank of the Coosa River to Lake Jordan, back to the Coosa County/Elmore County line
GenevaDog deer hunting prohibited
HenryDog deer hunting prohibited
MaconFrom County Rd. 24 at the Lee County line, west and south to County Rd. 26, west to County Rd. 10, southeast to County Rd. 5, south to County Rd. 47, south to County Rd. 2, east to the Russell County line
MarengoDog deer hunting prohibited
MonroeDog deer hunting prohibited
PickensDog deer hunting prohibited in the area north of US Hwy. 82
TallapoosaDog deer hunting prohibited
WilcoxDog deer hunting prohibited
Open Permit-Public LandDog deer hunting not allowed (as per 220-2-.85)

Dog Deer Hunting-By Stalk Hunting Only, (No Dogs)

CountyDog Deer Hunting-By Stalk Hunting Only, (No Dogs) (Boundaries)
Bibb and Perryeast of AL Hwy. 219, south of US Hwy. 82 and north of AL Hwy. 183
Butlersouth of AL Hwy. 106 and east of I-65
CoffeeAL Hwy. 134 from the Covington County Line, east to County Rd. 460, south to the Geneva County line, east to the Dale County line, north to AL Hwy. 134, west to AL Hwy. 87 north to US Hwy. 84, west to AL Hwy. 189, south to AL Hwy. 141, north to US Hwy. 84, west to the Covington County line
Cherokee/--
Chilton/--
Cleburne/--
Crenshawnorth of AL Hwy. 10 and that area inside the following boundaries, from the east city limit of Luverne, US Hwy. 29 east to the junction of County Rd. 57, County Rd. 57 south to the junction of Davis Rd., Davis Rd. west to County Rd. 41, County Rd. 41 south to US Hwy. 331, US Hwy. 331 north to County Rd. 41, County Rd. 41 north to County Rd. 39, County Rd. 39 north to the Luverne city limit
Dalethat area inside the following boundaries: Judy Creek south to Dale County Rd. 36, east to AL Hwy. 27, north to the Henry County line, north to the Barbour County line, west to Judy Creek
DeKalbElmore (that area inside the following boundaries: east of US Hwy. 231, south of AL Hwy. 14, west of Tumkeehatchee Creek and north of the Tallapoosa River)
Fayettethat area inside the following boundaries: west of US Hwy 43 and north of AL Hwy. 18
Hale and Perrythat area inside the following boundaries: from County Rd. 32 at the Hale County Line, west to the intersection of AL Hwy. 25, AL Hwy. 25 north until it intersects with the Talladega National Forest boundary, following the boundary south until it intersects the Perry County line, following the National Forest boundary east to Perry County Rd. 23, south to the intersection of Perry County Rd. 29, south to the Spring Hill Church
Franklin/--

Fines & Penalties

OffenseFineOther Penalties
Hunting without a license$75 -
Borrowing a license$250 -
Hunting at night$2,000 Loss of hunting privileges, jail time (at judge's discretion)
Other offenses (vary widely)VariesVaries (at judge's discretion)

FAQs related to Alabama Deer Season

What time of year is Alabama's stalk bow and arrow hunting season?

The Alabama bow and arrow deer hunting season runs from October to February. During this time, it is permitted to stalk and hunt deer with a bow and arrow. But it’s important to keep in mind that throughout this season, bag limits for deer hunting may vary, so hunters should be informed of the specific guidelines and restrictions that are in effect at the exact time they wish to hunt.

When is Special Youth Deer Hunting Season?

The Alabama Youth Deer Hunting Season held in November and usually lasts 4 days.

When is the Muzzleloader and Air Rifle Season in Alabama?

The Muzzleloader and Air Rifle seasons normally takes place right after the Youth Season.

When is the Gun Dog Deer Hunting season?

The Gun Dog Deer Hunting Season generally lasts from November through December and into January.

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John Lewis

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