For the seasons listed above, a legal buck is a buck deer having at least one unbranched antler, or an inside spread of 13 inches or greater.The inside spread requirement does not apply to any buck that has an unbranched antler.
If permits have been issued for the harvest of antlerless deer, they must be attached to all antlerless deer harvested on the tract of land. Including no more than: 5 mallards (only two may be hens), 3 wood ducks, 3 scaup, 2 redheads, 2 pintail, 2 canvasback, and 1 "dusky" duck (Mottled duck, Mexican like duck, black duck and their hybrids).For all other species not listed, the bag limit shall be 6.The season for "dusky" ducks is closed the first five days of the season in each zone.Antler Restrictions do not apply on properties for which Level 2 or Level 3 MLDPs have been issued.All names presented here were gathered at a past date.
Some persons listed might no longer be registered offenders and others might have been added.
Some addresses or other data might no longer be current.
On all other tracts of land in this county, antlerless deer may be taken without permits from opening day through the Sunday immediately following Thanksgiving Day, (November 7-29).
From the Monday immediately following Thanksgiving Day until the end of the season, (November 30–January 3), antlerless deer may be taken by antlerless MLD permit or LAMPS permit only.
On tracts of land for which LAMPS permits have been issued, no LAMPS permit is required for the harvest of antlerless deer during the archery-only or muzzleloader-only open season.
*No representation is made that the person listed here is currently on the state's offenders registry.