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Hunting Regulations Icon Vermont Hunting

Vermont moose hunting permit lotteries may be held for hunting permits for a 7-day archery season (Oct. 1-7) and a regular season (6 consecutive days beginning the third Saturday in Oct.). Moose hunting information will be available on Fish & Wildlife’s website in April. Modern, regulated moose hunting began in 1993, and since then 6,421 moose have been harvested, yielding an estimated 906 tons of boneless moose meat.

Each winter department biologists review biological data from hunter- and road-killed moose, sighting data from moose and deer hunters, and other information to develop a hunting season proposal for the Fish & Wildlife Board.

In recent years, declining moose populations have led to reductions in permit numbers for most Wildlife Management Units, and the introduction of bull-only hunting across much of the State, in order to grow regional populations.


It is Unlawful to ­—

  • Hunt or take deer, bear, turkeys or waterfowl with bait
  • Feed deer or bear
  • Pick up carcasses of protected wildlife
  • Take game except with a gun, bow and arrow, or crossbow by permit or by a person 50 and older
  • Set or use a snare
  • Set or use any device to discharge a firearm for the purpose of taking any wild animal
  • Take waterfowl, wild turkeys, or moose with the aid of an electronic calling device
  • Use dogs to hunt deer or moose
  • Use laser sights for hunting
  • Cast the rays of a light in order to spot, locate, take or attempt to take any wild animal. The only exception is for raccoon hunting with a dog and only after the raccoon has been treed.
  • Use planes, helicopters, or unmanned aerial drones to scout for game, hunt, or assist in hunting.