- General Info
- Licenses, Permits & Fees
- General Hunting Regulations
- Big Game Regulations
- Migratory Game Bird Regulations
- Turkey Regulations
- Small Game/Hog Regulations
- 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: An appropriate hunting license (see Licenses & Permits) or proof of exemption. However, a 5-day nonresident hunting license is not valid for quail hunting.
Dates & Open Areas
Nov. 13 - Feb. 15; statewide.
10 daily, 20 in possession after the first day.
Legal Means of Taking
Shotgun (conventional or muzzleloading), longbow, legal raptors and as otherwise provided under General Hunting Regulations (see General Hunting Regulations).
At no time may any quail or covey be shot while resting on the ground, commonly called “pot shooting.”
Seasons on public lands may vary from statewide seasons. Consult public hunting lands special regulations.
Official sunrise to official sunset.
For hunter orange requirements, see Big Game Regulations.