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Spring turkey permits will be available Tuesday, March 15.
One-half hour before sunrise to sunset
Youth hunters who are age 6-15 on opening day may hunt.
Youth may also hunt during the regular Spring Turkey season.
One male turkey or turkey with visible beard
Youths who take a turkey during the youth season may not harvest a second bird until April 25. This is because the bird taken during the youth season counts as the first bird for the first week of the regular season.
Two male turkeys or turkeys with a visible beard.
One-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset
Two turkeys of either sex, both may be taken on the same day
Deer: Two deer of either sex. Only one antlered deer may be taken before November 14.Turkeys: Two turkeys of either sex.Furbearers: See Seasons for prescribed limits. Hunters may sell furbearers harvested under this permit. Nonresidents may not harvest furbearers with this permit.Small game: See Seasons for prescribed limits.
Fall firearms turkey hunting is not permitted in Dunklin, McDonald, Mississippi, New Madrid, Newton, Pemiscot, and Scott counties.
Two turkeys of either sex. Both may be taken on the same day.
One-half hour before sunrise to 1 p.m.
Two male turkeys or turkeys with visible beard may be taken during the season, with the following restrictions:
This is NOT a legal document. Regulations are subject to revision during the current year.Refer to the Wildlife Code.
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