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Archery season is a good time for people who love to use compound bows to hunt. This year’s season started less than a month ago, and will be ongoing until February 2019 in most states. Here are the current archery updates on archery season this September.

If you are a hunter living in Pike Peak State, this is your best chance to go out and hunt a deer, reports Clayton Country Register.

Pikes Peak plans fall archery deer hunt

Pikes Peak State Park is planning a managed archery deer hunt this fall, in the hopes of culling its growing herd.  “We realized we have too many deer in the park and in McGregor,” said Pikes Peak Park Manager Matt Tschirgi, who’s working with the Iowa DNR’s wildlife bureau and wildlife depredation biologist Ross Ellingson to organize the hunt.

Tschirgi will hold a registration meeting for interested hunters at the Pikes Peak Shop/Office, 15316 Great River Road, south of McGregor, on Sunday, Sept. 23, beginning at 1 p.m.

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Hunting season in Pike Peak State Park will start on October 1, 2018 and end on January 10, 2019. According to the management, only hunters with licenses will be allowed to hunt in the park.

According to The Times Tribune, Pennsylvania archery season will start on September 29, 2018. So get ready to run a lot in the woods and have some good time.

Time for archery season

As the Sept. 29 opening day of the statewide Pennsylvania archery season draws closer, hunters in Wildlife Management Units 2B, 5C and 5D will already have a full day of bowhunting under their belts.

These urban/suburban Special Regulation Areas get a two-week head start on the rest of the state, kicking off another year of pursuit with stick and string. Archers not already chasing whitetails will soon be hitting the woods, and that itself brews plenty of excitement.

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You have at least 9 days to prepare for the season if you live in Pennsylvania. Take out your bow and start practicing before the season begins.

According to a report published by Clay LePard on Click Orlando, Orange Country archery has been closed after zoning violation.

Orange County archery range forced to close after zoning violation

Central Florida Archery off Apopka Vineland Road has been told to shut down after a complaint revealed it was illegally operating as a business in a residential neighborhood.The archery range has been closed for a week, said owner Hendrick Gouws.

“All we’ve ever tried to do here is try to do the right thing,” he said. All we’ve ever tried to do is teach archery.”

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According to the report, the archery range will remain closed for 7 days, but a petition could reduce the waiting time.


If you didn’t get the chance to hunt on the first day of the opening this season, you still have a lot of time left to go out there and hunt some deer and dove. All you need is time, a good bow, and a license to hunt.