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PmDavis300

deer hunting areas

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so i will be hunting in area 156, which is in the statewide zone (A) i believe. So, if i wanted to go hunt somewhere else, say in carlos avery wma, could i hunt there with the same license? (assuming i didnt get a deer in area 156)

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as long as you are in the 100 zone you can shoot a BUCK anywhere within that zone and the areas are strictly for doe permits with a few exceptions

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Personally I wouldn't go anywhere near Carlos... but thats just me

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Personally I wouldn't go anywhere near Carlos... but thats just me

well unless you let me go hunting on your land, im going to have to go there

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as long as you are in the 100 zone you can shoot a BUCK anywhere within that zone and the areas are strictly for doe permits with a few exceptions

isnt a regular firearms license good for 1 buck or 1 doe?

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i know you can get extra doe permits in certain areas

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as long as youre for season A and during the allowed hunting dates for 100 200 or 300 series then you can hunt anywhere you have to know if youre in a lottery, management or intensive harvest area

lottery 1 buck or 1 doe if you succesfully received a doe permit

management 1 buck or doe with your main license plus 1 bonus

intensive 1 buck or doe with your main tag and up to 4 bonus tags for does

this link better explains it

http://files.dnr.state.mn.us/fish_wildlife/hunting/deer/2008/2008-buyguide.pdf

or

http://www.dnr.state.mn.us/hunting/deer/index.html#

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