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Small Game & Migratory Birds

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2013-14 Small Game Hunting Season & Bag Limits

Species

Season Dates

Daily Bag Limit

Squirrel (Zone 1*)

Sept. 28 – Feb. 28

8

Squirrel (Zone 2**)

Oct. 12 – Feb. 28

8

Squirrel (Zone 3***)

Oct. 26 – Feb. 28

8

Youth Squirrel Hunts – Private and authorized state and federal public lands – Youth 15 and under

Zone 1

Sept. 21 – 27

8

Zone 2

Oct. 5 – 11

8

Zone 3

Oct. 19 – 25

8

*Zone 1 – Areas north of Hwy. 82 plus those portions of Sunflower County and Washington County south of Hwy. 82.

**Zone 2 – Areas between Hwy. 82 and Hwy. 84 plus portions of the state south of Hwy. 84 and west of I-55.

***Zone 3 – Areas south of Hwy. 84 and east of I-55.

Species

Season Dates

Daily Bag Limit

Rabbit

Oct. 12 – Feb. 28

8

Bobwhite Quail

Nov. 28 – Mar. 1

8

Frog

Apr. 1 – Sept. 30

25/night

Raccoon

July 1 – Sept. 30

1 per party/night

Opossum, Raccoon, and Bobcat

Oct. 1 – 31
(Food and sport)

5/day; 8/party

Nov. 1 – Feb. 28
(Food, sport, and pelt)

no limit

Trapping

Nov. 1 – Feb. 28

no limit

2013-14 Migratory Game Bird Season & Bag Limits

Species

Season Dates

Daily Bag Limit

Possession Limit

Canada Geese*

Sept. 1 – 15

5

15

Nov. 14 – Jan. 26

3

9

White-winged and Mourning Doves

(North Zone)***

Sept. 1** – 22

Oct. 12 – Nov. 4

Dec. 20 – Jan. 12

15 singly or in aggregate

45

White-winged and Mourning Doves

(South Zone)****

Sept. 1** – 9

Oct. 5 – Nov. 4

Dec. 14 – Jan. 12

15 singly or in aggregate

45

­Teal

Sept. 14 – 29

6

18

Rails (Sora & Virginia)

Sept. 14 – Nov. 22

25

75

Rails (Clapper & King)

Sept. 14 – Nov. 22

15

45

Moorhens & Gallinules

Sept. 14 – Nov. 22

15

45

Crow

Nov. 2 – Feb. 28

no limit

no limit

Snipe

Nov. 14 – Feb. 28

8

24

Snow, Blue, & Ross Geese

Nov. 14 – Jan. 26

20

no limit

White-fronted Geese

Nov. 14 – Jan. 26

2

6

Brant

Nov. 14 – Jan. 26

1

3

Ducks, Mergansers, & Coots

Nov. 22 – 24

Nov. 29 – Dec. 1

Dec. 4 – Jan. 26

See below for species bag limit.

Woodcock

Dec. 18 – Jan. 31

3

9

Youth Waterfowl Days

Nov. 16 and Feb. 1

Bag limits & shooting hours are the same as the regular season.

Light Goose Conservation Order*****

Oct. 1 – Nov. 13

Jan. 27 – 31

Feb. 2 – March 31

no limit

no limit

* Roebuck Lake in Leflore County is closed to Canada Goose hunting.

** Dove Season opens at 2:00 p.m. on September 1st for both Dove Zones.

*** (Dove North Zone) Areas north of U.S. Hwy. 84 plus areas south of U.S. Hwy. 84 and west of MS Hwy. 35.

**** (Dove South Zone) Areas south of U.S. Hwy. 84 and east of MS Hwy. 35.

***** To participate in the Light Goose Conservation Order, hunters need a valid Mississippi hunting license, state waterfowl stamp, and a free Light Goose Conservation Order Permit. Hunters can obtain a permit online at www.mdwfp.com/LightGooseConservationPermit

Daily Bag Limits / Possession Limits:

Possession Limit is three times the daily bag limit for all migratory game birds except on opening day unless otherwise noted.

Ducks – A total of 6 ducks, including no more than 4 mallards (no more than 2 of which may be females), 1 mottled duck, 3 wood ducks, 2 redheads, 3 scaup, 1 black duck, 2 canvasback, and 2 pintails. Possession limit is three times the daily bag limit.

Mergansers - A total of 5, only 2 of which may be hooded mergansers. Possession limit is three times the daily bag limit.

Coots - 15 Daily. Possession limit is three times the daily bag limit.

Regulations in red are new this year.

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