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okay with the new re-zoning of the state for deer season i just noticed that i had to apply for a doe tag. but if you have a youth license does that mean you can only shoot bucks too or doesn't that rule apply to you? i am in zone 157 if that helps.

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The DNR has an information line (toll free) which is on page 125 of your hunting regs. When I've been unable to understand something I've called this number and they'be always been exceptionally helpful and have told me what I've needed to know.

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okay with the new re-zoning of the state for deer season i just noticed that i had to apply for a doe tag. but if you have a youth license does that mean you can only shoot bucks too or doesn't that rule apply to you? i am in zone 157 if that helps.

157 is an INTENSIVE zone. Meaning you can shoot a doe without applying for a tag.

good luck, I too will be hunting 157. About a mile or so south of onamia. Depending on the stand, I can be seen from the highway.

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No offense to anyone here, but all the regs are in the book somewhere. I know the local game warden personally around here and i know for a fact that he gets a little sick of people calling him constantly asking about things that are all in the book!! Take the time to sit down and read the whole section for the game that you plan on hunting!!!

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If im not mistaken with a youth license you can shoot a buck OR doe no matter what area...

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That is correct. Youth can shoot a deer of either sex legally no matter what zone they hunt in. If you are in an area that is Intensive Harvest, you can shoot up to 4 deer, only one of which may be a buck.

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As long as you are a youth. That is NOT a party hunting tag. I dont know how it works with a buck, but i know the antlerless deal is not a party option. Nobody should be filling a young hunters tag anyway in my opinion!

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sitting on the throne and reading the regs is the best way to go he he he

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sorry my dad had it wrong. we will be in zone 154. but from what i hear it doesn't matter a youth can shoot a buck or doe no matter what zone they are in

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