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Anterless Deer Zones

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Zone 1 Antlerless Days:

  • Archery Season Oct. 1-Jan. 15
  • Youth Deer Gun Season Oct. 18-20
  • Muzzleloader Season No antlerless days
  • Deer Gun Season Nov. 23 and Dec. 8
  • Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun Season Closed.

Zone 2, 7 & 8 Antlerless Days:

Zones 2, 7 and 8 have a two antlerless deer limit for deer muzzleloader season and a two antlerless deer limit for deer gun season. See Deer for details.

  • Archery Season Oct. 1-Jan. 15
  • Youth Deer Gun Season Oct. 18-20
  • Muzzleloader Season Oct. 26-Nov. 3
  • Deer Gun Season Nov. 23-Dec. 8
  • Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun Season Dec. 20-29

Zones 3, 4, 5, 6 & 9 Antlerless Days:

  • Archery Season Oct. 1-Jan. 15
  • Youth Deer Gun Season Oct. 18-20
  • Muzzleloader Season Oct. 26-Nov. 3
  • Deer Gun Season Nov. 23-Dec. 8
  • Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun Season Dec. 20-29

Zone 10 Antlerless Days:

  • Archery Season Oct. 1-Jan. 15
  • Youth Deer Gun Season Oct. 18-20
  • Muzzleloader Season Oct. 26-Nov. 3
  • Deer Gun Season Nov. 23-24, Nov. 28-Dec.1 and Dec. 7-8
  • Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun Season Closed

Seasons on public lands may vary. Consult the Public Lands section.

The harvest of antlerless mule deer is prohibited during the youth deer gun, deer gun and the Holiday Antlerless Deer Gun seasons.

Background: Oklahoma is a biologically diverse state with habitats ranging from short-grass prairie in the Panhandle to piney woods and swamps in the Southeast. Wildlife, deer in particular, are not distributed evenly across the state.

When a hunter checks a harvested deer, the hunter must identify the Deer Kill Location (DKL). These are small units; a county will contain several DKLs, and they often straddle county lines. The Antlerless Deer Zones are groupings of DKLs with similar herd dynamics and habitat, although encompassing a much broader area. DKLs and Antlerless Deer Zones do not abide strictly by habitat features. Rather, they are laid out with easily identifiable road or river boundaries so hunters can more easily identify where they were on the map.

Using the larger antlerless zones allows the Department to manage on a scale smaller than statewide but larger than a micro scale such as with DKLs.

Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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