- General Info
- Licenses, Permits & Fees
- General Hunting Regulations
- Big Game Regulations
- Migratory Game Bird Regulations
- Antlerless Deer Zones
- Turkey Regulations
- Small Game/Hog Regulations
- Elk Zones for Private Lands
- Furbearer Regulations
- Quail Regulations
- Pheasant Regulations
- Ducks, Mergansers & Coots Regulations
- September Teal, Geese & Sandhill Cranes Regulations
- Reptile & Amphibian Regulations
- OLAP Regulations
- Seasons & Limits
- Public Hunting
- PDF Downloads
Residents & Nonresidents: A hunting license (see Licenses & Permits) or proof of exemption.
Dates & Open Areas
Dec. 1, 2022 - Jan. 31, 2023.
Open areas include Alfalfa, Beaver, Cimarron, Garfield, Grant, Harper, Kay, Major, Noble, Osage, Texas, Woods and Woodward counties; and the portions of Blaine, Dewey, Ellis, Kingfisher and Logan counties north of State Highway 51.
Cocks only: Two cocks daily; four in possession after the first day.
Persons who hunt in two states having separate daily limits may not exceed the largest number of birds that can legally be taken in one of the states in which they take birds.
Evidence of sex (head or one foot) must remain on the bird until it has reached its final destination.
Legal Means of Taking
Shotgun (conventional or muzzleloading), archery equipment, legal raptors, hand-propelled missile, slingshot and as otherwise provided under General Hunting Regulations (see General Hunting Regulations).
Seasons on public lands may vary from statewide seasons. Consult public hunting lands special regulations on Special Area Regulations.
Official sunrise to official sunset.
For hunter orange requirements, see General Hunting Regulations.