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What are some deer hunting laws in Alabama?

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A deer hunting law in Alabama is that the person must be a resident of the state for 90 days before a permit is issued. A hunter must also have the proper license.

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Deer hunting in Alabama is legal at various times throughout the year depending on the county. There are also separate times for bow hunting and firearm hunting. The same is true for youth hunting. There are also limits on the number of deer a person can kill. For example, there is a limit to three white-tailed buck for all seasons combined. These bucks must have a four or more point antler that all measure over 1-inch in size.

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