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When is deer hunting season in Alabama?

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Alabama deer hunting seasons are regulated according to zones, dog hunting, stalking, antler stages and types of hunting equipment. Antlered bucks by stalk or dog hunting occurs November 21 to January 15 in Zone A and November 21 to November 30 and December 11 to January 25 in Zone B.

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When is deer hunting season in Alabama?
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Hunters may stalk antlered bucks in Zone A from January 16 to January 31 and in Zone B from January 26 to February 10. Hunting of unantlered deer on private land in Zone A is from November 21 to January 31 and in Zone B, from November 21 to November 30 and from December 11 to February 10. Hunters may hunt unantlered deer on public land in both zones from December 15 to January 1.

Hunters may use muzzleloaders and air rifles on private land and National Forest land for stalk hunting only in both zones from November 16 to November 20. Hunters may use bows and arrows and spears for stalk hunting in Zone A from October 15 to January 31 and in Zone B from October 25 to February 10. Hunters may access zone maps on the Outdoor Alabama website.

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