When it comes to hunting in Missouri, it’s always important to know the season dates. Hunting seasons vary depending on the type of game you’re after. In this blog post, we’ll go over the different hunting seasons in Missouri.
Missouri deer season is split into two parts: archery and firearms. Archery season typically starts in mid-September and runs through mid-November. Firearms season usually begins at the end of November and lasts for a week or so, depending on the area.
Turkey hunting is also divided into two separate seasons: spring and fall. Spring turkey season takes place from April to May while fall turkey season occurs from late October until early December.
Duck hunting is a favorite pastime for many Missourians during the winter months when temperatures drop below freezing. The duck hunting season typically runs from November to January but varies by region and waterfowl species.
Small Game Season
Small game includes animals like rabbits, squirrels, quail, pheasants, and doves as well as other non-game birds such as crows and starlings. The small game hunting season starts in September with squirrel hunting opening up first followed by rabbit later that month.
Now that you’ve read about Missouri’s various hunting seasons get ready to pack your bags because there’s no reason not to choose this state for your next adventure! It’s important to keep track of these dates so you can plan your trips accordingly and make sure you’re following all regulations set forth by Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC). Happy Hunting!