What can I hunt year round in Minnesota?
Minnesota hunting options is year round
|10/29/16 – 05/15/17||Furbearer Trapping – Beaver – south zone|
|09/16/17 – 12/31/17||Deer Hunt – Archery season|
|09/16/17 – 11/30/17||Sharptailed Grouse season|
|09/16/17 – 01/01/18||Ruffed and Spruce Grouse, Hungarian Partridge season|
|09/23/17||Waterfowl season opener – Tentative|
What game can you hunt in Minnesota?
Game species in Minnesota include:
- Big game including white-tailed deer, bear, elk, and turkey.
- Small game including various species of grouse, squirrel, prairie chicken, and pheasant.
- Waterfowl and other migratory game birds geese, ducks, coots, and mergansers.
What hunting season is open in Minnesota right now?
|09/15/24 – 12/31/24||Deer – Archery||Statewide|
|10/17/24 – 10/20/24||Deer – Early Antlerless||Portions of southeastern Minnesota|
|10/17/24 – 10/20/24||Deer – Youth||Statewide|
|11/9/24 – 11/24/24||Deer – Firearm (Season A)||100 Series permit areas|
|11/9/24 – 11/17/24||Deer – Firearm (Season A)||200 & 300 Series permit areas|
Can you hunt deer with a .223 in Minnesota?
You can use a . 223 for deer starting this year. Plus the DNR got it right and now allows us to buy a Muzzleloader license as well as a gun license!
What Animals Can you hunt in Minnesota right now?
Hunting & trapping
- Mourning dove.
Can you shoot a deer from your house in Minnesota?
Hunting within city limits or shooting within 500 feet of any buildings occupied by humans or livestock without written permission of the owner is not allowed.
Can a non hunter accompany a hunter in Minnesota?
An Apprentice Hunter must be accompanied by a licensed adult- and other Apprentice Hunters cannot “accompany” each other.
What can be hunted right now?
Hunting in California
- Bighorn Sheep.
- Small Game Mammals.
- Nongame, Furbearers.
What time does pheasant hunting start in MN?
The Minnesota pheasant hunting season opens at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct.
Is it deer hunting season in Minnesota?
Archery deer season opens September 18, and firearms deer season opens November 6. Hunting licenses are on sale at any DNR license agent, by telephone at 888-665-4236, or online. According to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, hunters can take more than one deer in almost half of the permit areas.