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Iowa Antlerless Deer Season Opens Jan 11 in Four Counties
Submitted by: Backcountry Press Outdoor News
Posted on: 01/10/19
Stock Image courtesy of MI fish & Game
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Iowa's special January antlerless deer season will open in Allamakee, Clayton, Wayne and Appanoose counties this Friday Jan 11, 2019. Of those four counties, only Allamakee County has licenses remaining – the other three have sold out.
Hunters may use a bow, muzzleloader, handgun, shotgun, straight wall cartridges or centerfire rifles shooting .24 caliber or larger in this season.
The January antlerless deer season is January 11-27, and is only open in Allamakee, Clayton, Wayne and Appanoose counties. Deer hunting for all other counties ends Jan. 10.