Except during the daylight hours from April 1 - 19, 2020.
Coyotes, except as otherwise provided in this section, may be taken by hunting, and pelts and carcasses may be possessed, transported, and sold in any numbers throughout the year.
Special method restrictions apply during spring turkey season. See Allowed & Prohibited methods.
Daily limit: Any number
Possession limit: Any number
Special Provision for Firearms Deer Season: During the November portion and Antlerless portion in open counties, furbearer hunters must also possess an unfilled firearms deer hunting permit if hunting during daylight hours.
During spring turkey season, coyote hunters must also possess an unfilled spring turkey hunting permit.
Deer: Two deer of either sex, but only one antlered deer may be taken before November 16. 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.
Allowed & Prohibited Methods
Pistols, revolvers, and rifles propelling a single projectile at one discharge
Firearms powered by spring, air, or compressed gas
Shotguns not larger than 10 gauge with magazine cut off or plugged to reduce the capacity to not more than three shells in the magazine and chamber combined.
Bows, including longbows, compound bows, and recurve bows.
Dogs may be used (Dogs may not be used during daylight hours from Nov. 1 through the end of November portion statewide and the anterless portion in open areas.)
Electronic calls or electronically activated calls may be used
During spring turkey season, coyotes may be taken using only methods allowed for spring turkey hunting, and hunters must have an unfilled spring turkey hunting permit and either a Resident Small Game Hunting Permit or a Nonresident Furbearer Hunting and Trapping Permit.
Additional Allowed Methods (Feb. 1 - March 31)
During this time the below equipment is allowed in conjunction with other legal hunting methods to pursue and take coyotes.
Night vision equipment
Infrared or thermal imagery equipment
Arrows containing any drug, poison, chemical, or explosive
Poisons, tranquilizing drugs, chemicals, or explosives
Motor driven conveyances may not be used to take, drive, or molest wildlife
Artificial lights to search for, harass, or disturb wildlife (see special allowed methods note above)
You may not take wildlife from or across a public roadway with a firearm, bow, or crossbow
You may not possess night vision or thermal imagery equipment while carrying a firearm, bow, or other implement used to take wildlife. (See special allowed methods note above.)