Antlered Bucks by Stalk or Dog Hunting

Zone A: Nov. 22 - Jan. 15
Zone B: Nov. 22 - Nov. 30 and Dec. 11 - Jan. 25

Antlered Bucks Stalk Hunting Only, No Dogs
Zone A: Jan. 16 - Jan. 31
Zone B: Jan. 26 - Feb. 10

Unantlered Deer
Privately Owned or Leased Land Only 
Zone A: Nov. 22 - Jan. 31
Zone B: Nov. 22 - Nov. 30 and Dec. 11 - Feb. 10

Unantlered Deer
Open Permit - Public Land
Zone A and Zone B: Dec. 15 - Jan. 1

Special Muzzleloader and Air Rifle
Privately Owned or Leased Land and National Forest Service Land - Stalk Hunting Only, No Dogs
Zone A and Zone B: Nov. 17 - Nov. 21

Bow and Arrow and Spear
Stalk Hunting Only, No Dogs
Zone A: Oct. 15 - Jan. 31
Zone B: Oct. 25 - Feb. 10

 

ZONE A: Those areas north or east of a line described as: Beginning at the intersection of the Mississippi state line and US Hwy. 80 in Sumter County follow US Hwy. 80 east to the US Hwy. 80 bypass and Alabama River; upstream along the Alabama River to I- 65; south along I-65 to the intersection with I-85; north along I-85 to AL Hwy. 169 (exit 60); south along AL  Hwy. 169 to AL  Hwy. 1/US Hwy. 431; south along AL  Hwy. 1/US Hwy. 431 to AL  Hwy. 26; west along AL  Hwy. 26 to Russell County Rd. 65; south along Russell County Rd. 65 to Russell County Rd. 4; west along Russell County Rd. 4 to Russell County Rd. 49; south along Russell County Rd. 49 to US Hwy. 82; east along US Hwy. 82 to the Chattahoochee River; south along the Chattahoochee River to AL  Hwy. 10; west along AL  Hwy. 10 to Henry County Rd. 57; south along Henry County Rd. 57 to AL  Hwy. 99; south along AL Hwy. 99 to US Hwy. 431; south along US Hwy. 431 to Ross Clark Circle (bypass around Dothan); east along Ross Clark Circle to US Hwy. 231 to the Alabama/Florida state line.

 

ZONE B: Those areas south or west of a line described as: Beginning at the intersection of the  Mississippi state line and US Hwy. 80 in Sumter County follow US Hwy. 80 east to the  US Hwy. 80 bypass and Alabama River; upstream along the Alabama River to I-65; south along I-65 to the intersection  with I-85; north along I-85 to AL Hwy. 169 (exit 60); south along AL  Hwy. 169 to AL  Hwy. 1/US Hwy. 431; south along AL  Hwy. 1/US Hwy. 431 to AL  Hwy. 26; west along AL  Hwy. 26 to Russell County Rd. 65; south along Russell County Rd. 65 to Russell County Rd. 4; west along Russell County Rd. 4 to Russell County Rd. 49; south along Russell County Rd. 49 to US Hwy. 82; east along US Hwy. 82 to the Chattahoochee River; south along the Chattahoochee River to AL  Hwy. 10; west along AL  Hwy. 10 to Henry County Rd. 57; south along Henry County Rd. 57 to AL  Hwy. 99; south along Henry County Rd. 99 to US Hwy. 431; south along US Hwy. 431 to Ross Clark Circle (bypass around Dothan); east along Ross Clark Circle to US Hwy. 231; south along US Hwy. 231 to the Alabama/Florida state line.

 

 1 DOG DEER HUNTING RESTRICTIONS:

Dog Deer Hunting Prohibited Except by Special Permit from ADCNR  

CHAMBERS; CHILTON (except that area inside the following boundaries: US Hwy. 82 from the Bibb County line south to AL Hwy. 183, west to the Perry County line); CHOCTAW (that area south of  AL Hwy. 10 and west of AL Hwy 17 and north of County Road 18 from AL Hwy 17 to County Road 14 then north of County Road 14 to the Mississippi state line); COLBERT  (that area inside the following boundaries:  from the intersection of the Natchez Trace Parkway and U.S. Highway 72 west along US Hwy 72 to the Mississippi State line, North along the Mississippi State line to the Tennessee River, East along the Tennessee River to the intersection of the Natchez Trace Parkway, South along the Natchez Trace Parkway to the intersection of US Highway 72); COOSA; COVINGTON, (north of US Hwy. 84); ELMORE,  (that area inside the following boundaries:  from the Coosa County/ Elmore County line at the east bank of Lake Jordan, to AL Hwy 9, then south along AL Hwy 9 to the intersection of US Hwy 231, then south along US Hwy 231 to the intersection of AL Hwy 14, then west along AL Hwy 14 to the east bank of the Coosa River, then north along the east bank of the Coosa River to Lake Jordan, back to the Coosa County/Elmore County line); GENEVA; HENRY; MACON, (that area inside the following boundaries: from County Road 24 at the Lee County line, west and south to County Road 26, west to County Road 10, southeast to County Road 5, south to County Road 47, south to County Road 2, east to the Russell County line); PICKENS (north of US Hwy. 82); TALLAPOOSA and WILCOX counties. Individual property owners in CHAMBERS and COOSA counties may hunt with dogs on their own property without special permit. No dog deer hunting allowed on Open Permit-Public Land (see 220-2-.85).


By Stalk Hunting Only, (No Dogs):

BIBB; CHILTON; and PERRY: (that area inside the following boundaries: east of AL Hwy. 219, south of US Hwy. 82 and north of AL Hwy. 183); BUTLER (that area south of AL Hwy. 106 and east of I-65); CHEROKEE; CLEBURNE; COFFEE (that area inside the following boundaries:  AL Hwy. 134 from the Covington County Line, east to County Road 460, south to the Geneva County line, east to the Dale County line, north to AL Hwy. 134, west to AL Hwy. 87 north to US Hwy. 84, west to AL Hwy. 189, south to the AL Hwy. 141 and north to US Hwy. 84, west to the Covington County line); CRENSHAW (north of AL Hwy. 10 and that area inside the following boundaries, from the east city limit of Luverne, US Hwy. 29 east to the junction of County Road 57, County Road 57 south to the junction of Davis Road, Davis Road west to County Road 41, County Road 41 south to US Hwy. 331, US Hwy. 331 north to County Road 41, County Road 41 north to County Road 39, County Road 39 north to the Luverne city limit); DALE (that area inside the following boundaries:  Judy Creek south to Dale County Road 36, east to AL Hwy. 27, north to the Henry County line, north to the Barbour County line, west to Judy Creek); DEKALB; ELMORE (that area inside the following boundaries:  east of US Hwy. 231, south of AL Hwy. 14, west of Tumkeehatchee Creek and north of the Tallapoosa River); FAYETTE (that area inside the following boundaries:  west of US Hwy 43 and north of AL Hwy. 18); FRANKLIN; HALE and PERRY: (that area inside the following boundaries: from County Road 32 at the Hale County Line, west to the intersection of AL Hwy. 25, AL Hwy. 25 north until it intersects with the Talladega National Forest boundary, following the boundary south until it intersects the Perry County line, following the National Forest boundary east to Perry County Road 23, south to the intersection of Perry County Road 29, south to the Spring Hill Church Road, Spring Hill Church Road west to the junction of Perry County Road 23 and AL Hwy. 14, west to the Hale County line); GREENE; PICKENS; and TUSCALOOSA: (that area inside the following boundaries: in Pickens County from the intersection of US Hwy. 82 and County Road 63, south on County Road 63 to Benevola, County Road 2 (commonly known as the Romulus Road) east through Greene County to US Hwy. 82 in Tuscaloosa County); HOUSTON; JACKSON; LAMAR; LAUDERDALE; LAWRENCE; LIMESTONE; MADISON; MARION; MARSHALL; MORGAN; RANDOLPH; TUSCALOOSA (that area north of US Hwy. 82); and  WINSTON (that area east of AL Hwy. 5 from the Walker County line to Natural Bridge and all that area north of US Hwy. 278).

 2 U.S. CORPS OR ENGINEERS LANDS in GREENE, PICKENS and SUMTER counties; special muzzleloader and unantlered deer season same as privately owned or leased lands in those counties.

 3  NATIONAL FOREST SERVICE LANDS, except Wilife Management Areas - one deer per day.