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Whether you are a fulltime or a seasonal hunter, you know significant the hunting season is. It is the time to put your hunting gun, a compound bow, or a crossbow to use. And if you have not taken part in the season yet, this would be the best time to do that. Here’s what’s going down Tennessee, Ohio, and Texas.

If you are a hunter living in Tennessee and you have never taken part in deer hunting before, the WSMV report states that now is the time.

Muzzleloader and archery season for deer opens Saturday

The 2018 muzzleloader and archery season for deer in Tennessee opens on Saturday. According to a news release from the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Tennessee’s muzzleloader season always begins the third Saturday before Thanksgiving. Muzzleloading firearms of .36 caliber minimum as well as long bows, compound bows and crossbows are legal hunting equipment for this season.

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The deer hunting in this region will start this Saturday, so you have enough time to train and get your tools ready before you go to the hunting field.

According to Ken Parrot from the Bell Ville Star, small game hunting season in Ohio is set to start on November 2, 2018.

Small game season begins in early November

The Ohio small game season is quickly approaching. Rabbit and pheasant hunting opens Nov. 2 and runs through Feb. 28 for rabbits with a daily bag limit of four.

Pheasant hunting season remains open through Sunday, Jan. 13, 2019, with a daily bag limit of two rooster (male) birds. No hens (females) may be killed. Females are all brown. The males have a red and brown body, a green head and long tail feathers.

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The small game season will run for almost four months. So you have until February 28, 2019 to hunt as many small games as you wish.

According to a report published by the Houston Herald, Texas ranked fifth in deer firearm hunting season which ended on Sunday.

Texas County places fifth in youth deer season

Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that young hunters ages 6 through 15 harvested 13,560 deer during Missouri’s early youth portion. Last year’s harvest total for the early youth portion was 17,412.

“Warm temperatures and gusty winds this weekend presented much more challenging hunting conditions compared to last year, but Missouri’s youth still pulled off a respectable harvest,” said MDC Cervid Program Supervisor Barb Keller.

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The season, which lasted only for two ways, shows that Texas youth hunters had the most deer hunted during the season than in other states.


Hunting season in many states will end on January 2019. That means you still have time to get your tools ready and put them to use. So if you didn’t get the opportunity to hunt when the season started, you still have time to go out and have fun.