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Trapping Seasons & Bag Limits

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BOBCAT, COYOTE, FOX, MINK, MUSKRAT, NUTRIA, OPOSSUM, OTTER, RACCOON & STRIPED SKUNK

November 10 – February 28

BEAVER

No Closed Season

COYOTE

No Closed Trapping Season on Private Lands with Landowner Permission

BOBCAT & OTTER

All bobcat and otter, regardless of method of harvest, are required to be tagged by a representative of the Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries Division within 14 days of harvest or may be left with a taxidermist with a completed tagging form, and the taxidermist is required to have the bobcat or otter tagged within 14 days of receipt.

FOX, BOBCAT, COYOTE & FERAL SWINE:

Species

Bag Limit

Daytime

Nighttime

Legal Arms

(No Dogs)

Dogs Only

(No Weapons)

Legal Arms

(With Dogs)

Dogs Only

(No Weapons)

Fox

1 a day

1 in possession

Bow & Arrow:
Oct. 15 – Jan. 31

Gun, Bow & Arrow: Nov. 17 – Jan. 31 and during and in areas of spring turkey season.

No closed season except during and in areas of spring turkey season.

Bow & Arrow:
Oct. 15 – Jan. 31

Gun:
Nov. 17 – Jan. 31

No closed season except no running of dogs after 3:00 a.m. during and in areas of spring turkey season.

Bobcat1

No bag limit

Bow & Arrow:
Oct. 15 – April 30

Gun:
Nov. 17 – April 30

Bow & Arrow:
Oct. 15 – March 14

Gun:
Nov. 17 – March 14

Coyote

No bag limit

Gun, Bow & Arrow: No Closed Season

Gun, Bow & Arrow:
Only in areas of and during
dog deer season

Feral Swine/

Wild Hogs2,3,4

No bag limit

Gun, Bow & Arrow, and Spear:
No Closed Season

No closed season except during and in areas of stalk only deer season (which includes counties and areas listed under the dog deer hunting exceptions) and during and in areas of spring turkey season.

Gun, Bow & Arrow, and Spear:
No closed season except during and in areas of stalk only deer season (which includes counties and areas listed under the dog deer hunting exceptions) and during and in areas of spring turkey season.

1 See Tagging Requirements under Trapping above.

2 Once reduced to personal possession of the landowner or agent, feral swine will no longer be considered a game animal. However, feral swine will be treated as a game animal at any time they are hunted.

3 Trapping by Landowner or his Agent. No bag limit — No Closed Season.

4 It shall be unlawful to transport feral swine alive beyond the boundaries of the property from which they are taken.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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