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Below is content from the 2013 guide.

Waterfowl Seasons

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Species

Statewide Duck Zone

(the remainder of the state outside
the Reelfoot Lake Duck Zone)

Reelfoot Duck Zone

(the lands and waters within the
boundaries of Reelfoot Lake WMA only)

Daily Bag Limit

Possession Limit

Ducks, Coots & Mergansers

Nov. 28, 2013–Jan. 26, 2014

Nov. 1617, 2013

Nov. 30, 2013–Jan. 26, 2014

Ducks: The Daily bag limit of ducks is 6, and may include no more than 4 mallards (no more than 2 of which may be a female), 1 black duck,
3 wood ducks, 2 pintails, 2 canvasback, 3 scaup, and 2 redheads.

Coots and Gallinules: 15

Mergansers: 5 (only 2 of which may be hooded mergansers)

Virginia and Sora Rails: 25

The maximum number of birds that could have legally been taken in 3 days.

Gallinules &
Moorhens

Nov. 28, 2013–Jan. 26, 2014

Nov. 1617, 2013

Nov. 30, 2013–Jan. 26, 2014

Virginia &
Sora Rails

Nov. 28, 2013–Jan. 26, 2014

Nov. 1617, 2013

Nov. 30, 2013–Jan. 26, 2014

Youth Waterfowl Hunting Season*

(for youths 6–15 years of age)

Feb. 1, 2014 and Feb. 8, 2014

Feb. 1, 2014 and Feb. 8, 2014

Same as statewide bag limits.
See Daily Bag Limits.

* An adult at least 21 years of age must accompany the youth hunter into the field and must remain in a position to take immediate control of the hunting device. Multiple youths may be accompanied by a single qualifying adult. The adult accompanying the young hunter may not hunt ducks but may participate in other open seasons. Geese, coots, gallinules, moorhens, and ducks may be taken by youths during the Youth Waterfowl Season. WMAs with special closing times are open all day, each day of the Youth Waterfowl Season.

Species

Season and Zone

Permits and Limits

Sandhill Cranes*

Nov. 28, 2013–Jan. 1, 2014
Standard Federal Regulations Apply.

Daily bag, season bag, and possession is 3 cranes. Harvested cranes must be accompanied by a completed kill tag and checked in by the end of the calendar day by mailing completed business reply card on the permit. Hunters are also required to fill out and return a post-season survey.

Zone: South of Interstate 40 and east of State Highway 56.

* 400 3-permit packets will be issued by handheld draw. A type 001 Hunting & Fishing License and type 005 Waterfowl License or equivalent are required to enter the draw. Leftover permits will be available on a first come basis at regional offices. Individuals must be present to obtain permits. Permits are non-transferable. Permits are invalid until proof of passing a bird identification test is obtained and permit is signed by the individual.

Species

Standard Season

Conservation Season

Daily Bag Limit

Possession Limit

Blue, Snow
& Ross’ Geese

Standard Federal Regulations Apply (Unplugged Shotguns and
Electronic Calls NOT Allowed)

Nov. 24, 2013 – Feb.8, 2014

For Blue, Snow, and
Ross’ Geese Only

Feb.9, 2014 – March10, 2014

The Following Conservation Provisions Apply during this
Conservation season segment
onlyUnplugged Shotguns and Electronic Calls Allowed

20

There is no possession limit for blue, snow, and Ross’ geese except on opening day when it is the same as the daily bag limit.

White-Fronted
Geese

Nov. 28, 2013 – Feb.8, 2014

2

Three times the daily bag limit except on opening day.

Brant

Nov. 23, 2013 – Jan. 31, 2014

2

Three times the daily bag limit except on opening day.

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Regulations in red are new this year.

Purple text indicates an important note.

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