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When is Oklahoma deer hunting season?

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The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation allows deer hunting for 2015 and 2016 from November 21 to December 6 for gun users, October 24 to November 1 for muzzleloaders, and October 1 to January 15 for archers. On September 6 and 7, residents can hunt any species without a license.

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Youth deer hunting occurs from October 16 to October 18. Holiday antlerless deer hunting occurs December 18 to December 27, but only in open zones. Other antlerless hunting dates vary by region. Dates for controlled hunts of deer are designated by region.

Oklahoma also allows antelope hunting by archery from October 1 to October 14.

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