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Future Big Game Season Dates

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Northern
Zone

Bowhunting—Deer and Bear

September 27 through the Friday immediately preceding the next to the last Saturday in October. (Only unfilled prior year big game tags can be used before October 1).

Regular—Deer and Bear

The next to the last Saturday in October through the first Sunday in December.

Muzzleloading—Deer and Bear

The seven-day period ending on the day before the Regular Season begins.

Early Bear Season

The first Saturday after the second Monday in September through the day immediately preceding the opening of the muzzleloading season.

Southern
Zone

Bowhunting—Deer and Bear

The Saturday following the second Monday in October (Columbus Day) through the day prior to the opening of the Regular Deer Season, and nine days immediately following the close of the Regular Deer Season.

Muzzleloading—Deer and Bear

The nine days immediately following the close of the Regular Deer Season.

Regular—Deer

23 days beginning the third Saturday of November.

Regular—Bear

23 days beginning the third Saturday of November.

Westchester County

Regular—Deer and Bear

The Saturday following the second Monday in October (Columbus Day) and continuing through December 31st.

Suffolk
County

Regular—Deer

October 1 through December 31.

Special Firearms Season—Deer

The first Monday following the first Saturday in January, through the last weekday in January, Monday–Friday only.

* DEC is considering possible modifications of deer hunting seasons with changes potentially beginning in 2012.

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