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Hunting and Trapping Seasons

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Hunting and Trapping Seasons:

Mourning Dove season ends Nov. 9

Snipe and Rail Hunting season ends Nov. 4

Small Game season ends Feb. 28

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Sharptailed Grouse season ends Nov. 30

Ruffed and Spruce Grouse, Hungarian Partridge season ends Jan. 1

Deer Hunt - Archery season ends Dec. 31

Sandhill Crane season-NW zone ends Oct. 21

Fall Turkey season ends Oct. 27

Pheasant season ends Jan. 1

Deer Hunt - Special Youth Deer season Oct. 17-20

Raccoon, Red Fox, Gray Fox, Badger, Opossum Hunting & Trapping Oct. 19-March 15

Furbearer Trapping - Beaver - north zone Oct. 26-April 30

Furbearer Trapping - Mink and Muskrat - north zone Oct. 26-Feb. 28

Deer Hunt - Camp Ripley Archery Hunt - first season Oct. 26-27

Furbearer Trapping - Otter - north zone Oct. 26-Jan. 5

Furbearer Trapping - Beaver - south zone Nov. 2-April 30

Furbearer Trapping - Mink and Muskrat-south zone Nov. 2-Feb. 28

Deer Hunt - Camp Ripley Archery Hunt - Second season Nov. 2-3

Furbearer Trapping - Otter - south zone Nov. 2-Jan. 5

Deer Hunt - Firearm season-2A and 3A Nov. 9-17

Deer Hunt - Firearm season-1A Nov. 9-24

Wolf -Early season hunting (100 series deer permit areas) Nov. 9-24

Wolf -Early season hunting (200 series deer permit areas) Nov. 9-17

Deer Hunt - Firearm season-3B Nov. 23-Dec. 1

Fisher and Pine Marten season Nov. 30-Dec. 5

Bobcat - Hunting & Trapping season Nov. 30-Jan. 5

Deer Hunt - Muzzleloader season Nov. 30-Dec. 15

Wolf - Late season hunting Nov. 30-Jan. 31

Wolf - Late season trapping Nov. 30-Jan. 31

Upcoming DNR Safety Training Events:

Traditional youth snowmobile safety training class, Dec. 2-6 in Pequot Lakes

CD-based youth snowmobile course Dec. 14 in Brainerd

CD-based youth snowmobile course Jan. 18 in Brainerd

Firearm safety training class Feb. 27-March 14 in Pequot Lakes

For more information visit www.dnr.state.mn.us and select ‘Events and Seasons.’

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