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Maryland 2019 Winter Turkey Season Opens Jan 17
Submitted by: Backcountry Press Outdoor News
Posted on: 01/10/19
Hunting hours are from one half-hour before sunrise to one half-hour after sunset. The bag limit is one turkey of either sex, provided the hunter did not harvest a turkey in the 2018 fall season. Hunters are reminded that it is illegal to hunt turkeys with the aid of bait. Hunters may check in their harvest via phone at 888-800-0121, online or via the department’s mobile app.
“Wild turkeys are abundant in most of the state,” Wildlife and Heritage Service Director Paul Peditto said. “This season is perfect for hunters that want to get outdoors when other popular hunting seasons are closed or winding down.”
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The Maryland Department of Natural Resources offers hunters who did not bag a turkey in the fall another chance, as the winter turkey season runs statewide Jan. 17-19.
The department established the winter season in 2015 to increase opportunities while minimizing conflicts with other hunting seasons.
Maryland hunters may only use the following weapons during the winter turkey season: Airguns that shoot arrows or bolts; crossbows and vertical bows; or shotguns loaded with No. 4 shot or smaller.