Archery Season for Doe


August 10, 2011, QUESTION: Can you shoot doe in Ocala, Florida, during archery season on PRIVATE land?

ANSWER: The short answer is "yes." Now for some details. The 2011-2012 Florida hunting season regulations for Ocala (Zone C) state that it is legal to take antlered or antlerless deer (which includes does) by bow only during Archery Season, which is from September 17, 2011 through October 16, 2011. This applies to hunting on private land. (Check individual wildlife management area brochures for public land.)

Good luck with your hunting this season!

Kenny Presnell

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Aug 10, 2011
by: Anonymous

Thanks for the information.

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