2022-2024 Arkansas Hunting Season – Farmers Co-op

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The 2022-2024 Arkansas Hunting Season dates are set. The season dates and bag limits are subject to change at any time based on harvest results. For more information on the 2022-2024 Arkansas hunting season, regulations, or licensing, click here. For a printable list, click here.

The 2022-2024 Arkansas Hunting Season dates are set. Get ready for hunting season at Farmer's Coop. Stop by for wildlife feed,& attractants.2022-23 Hunting, Trapping Season Dates Summary

Deer Archery Statewide: Sept. 24-Feb. 28

Muzzleloader Deer zones 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11: Oct. 15-23 and Dec. 10-12 Deer zones 4A, 5A, 14 and 15: Oct. 15-23 and Dec. 17-19 Deer zones 9, 12, 13, 16, 16A and 17: Oct. 15-23 Deer zones 4 and 5: closed

Modern gun Deer zones 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11: Nov. 12-Dec. 4 Deer zones 4 and 5: Nov. 12-20 Deer zones 4A, 5A, 14 and 15: Nov. 12-Dec. 11 Deer zones 9, 12 and 13: Nov. 12-Dec. 18 Deer zones 16, 16A and 17: Nov. 12-Dec. 25 Christmas holiday modern gun deer hunt Statewide (excluding WMAs that are closed during modern gun deer season): Dec. 26-28

Special modern gun youth deer hunt All zones (excludes certain WMAs where a modern gun or muzzleloader permit is required to hunt): Nov. 5-6 and Jan. 7-8

Private land antlerless only modern gun deer hunt Deer zones statewide: Dec. 29-31

Elk Core Elk Management Zone (all private and public lands within Boone, Carroll, Madison, Newton and Searcy counties) Public Land Elk zones 1, 2, 3, and 4: Oct. 3-7 and Oct. 31-Nov. 4 (Permit required) Youth Hunts: Oct. 1-2 and Oct. 29-30 (Permit required) Private Land Private Land Core Elk Zone (Boone, Carroll, Madison, Newton and Searcy counties; excludes Boxley Valley): Oct. 3-7 and Oct. 31-Nov. 4 (Permit required)

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Youth Hunt: Core Elk Zone (Boone, Carroll, Madison, Newton and Searcy counties; excludes Boxley Valley) Oct. 1-2 and Oct. 29-30 (Permit required)

Elk found outside of the Core Elk Management Zone may be taken during deer season with weapon legal for that season. Elk Permit Application Period – May 1-June 1

Crow Statewide: Sept. 1-Feb. 20. (Thursday-Monday hunting only)

Bear Archery Bear zones 1 and 2: Sept. 17-Nov. 30 (Zone 1 closes earlier if quota is reached) Bear zones 3, 4, 5, 5A, 6 and 7: closed Muzzleloader Bear zones 1 and 2: Oct. 15-23 (Zone 1 closes earlier if quota is reached) Bear zones 3, 4, 5, 5A, 6 and 7: closed Modern gun Bear zones 1 and 2: Nov. 12-30 (Zone 1 closes earlier if quota is reached) Bear zones 3 and 4: Dec. 10-16 (closes earlier if quota is reached) Bear zone 5: Nov. 26-Dec. 4 Bear zone 5A: Nov. 19-Dec. 4 Bear zones 6 and 7: closed Special modern gun youth bear hunt Bear zones 1 and 2 (does not include WMAs requiring a deer permit to harvest a bear): Nov. 5-6 Bear zones 3, 4, 5, 5A, 6 and 7: closed

Quail Statewide: Nov. 1-Feb. 5

Rabbit Statewide: Sept. 1-Feb. 28

Squirrel Statewide: May 15-Feb. 28

Furbearers Furbearer trapping (other than coyote, beaver, nutria): sunrise, Nov. 12-sunset, Feb. 28 Coyote trapping: sunrise, Aug. 1-sunset, March 31 Beaver, nutria trapping: sunrise, Nov. 12-sunset, March 31 Gray fox, mink, muskrat, red fox hunting: sunrise, Sept.1-sunset, Feb. 28 Raccoon, opossum, striped skunk day or night hunting: Jan. 1-Dec. 31 Bobcat hunting: sunrise, Sept. 1- sunset, Feb. 28 and during turkey season. Coyote day hunting: Jan. 1- Dec. 31 River otter hunting: sunrise, Nov. 12-sunset, Feb. 28 Nutria, beaver hunting: sunrise, Sept. 1-sunset, March 31

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