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    What to Hunt in What Season?

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    Albie Berk enjoys hunting and sharing what he has learned and any successful tips he can with others. He enjoys South Carolina hunting and usually stays at Carolina Buck and Boar

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    Many of the common questions that hunters ask have to do with what types of birds, animals, or other prey to hunt during a particular hunting season or time of year. This is especially true for those who may be interested in hunting a type of prey that they have never hunted before – or for those who may be completely new to the sport of hunting and not know what to hunt during which seasons.

    The choice of what to hunt – and when to hunt it – will usually depend upon a variety of factors. But there is a very easy and practical way to figure out what to hunt during a particular time of year. Just check with the local wildlife authorities that are in charge of issuing hunting permits and they will know exactly what to hunt and when to hunt for it in your area.

    That is because in most places in the world – and certainly in the United States – government agencies regulate hunting and require hunters to apply for hunting licenses that state when it is legal to hunt and what kinds of prey the hunter is allowed to kill. Despite the fact that some less responsible hunters may want to hunt certain animals that may be endangered or limited in number, for example, doing so can result in fines, penalties, and other legal actions if the killing of that particular type of prey is prohibited. Even for those kinds of birds and animals that it is okay to kill, a hunting license is still usually mandated. Not having one can subject the hunter to fines and penalties, and wildlife inspectors or agents from the Fish and Game Commission regularly patrol hunting habitats to check licenses and – if they catch someone hunting without a license – issue citations. So what you hunt – and when you hunt it – will be dictated in large part by the wildlife officials in your locale.

    So official wildlife department licenses are the first thing to investigate in regard to what type of hunting is best to do during a particular season. These licenses allow you to hunt for a particular period of time, so by knowing what is “in season” or legal to hunt, you will automatically learn what to hunt during a particular time of the year. If it is deer season, for example, that means two important things. First of all it means that it is the time of year when hunting for deer is legal. Second it means that it is the ideal time of year to hunt for deer based on their own growth, breeding, feeding, and maturation cycles.

    The wildlife officials in your particular region will designate hunting seasons for certain kinds of prey only after considering what is the optimum time to hunt for those animals or birds. So if you hunt during the designated season you will find the most abundant hunting and you will also be hunting during the time of year when the prey is largest and can provide you with the most food if you plan to eat the game you kill. Most hunting of the more popular type of game happens during the autumn season, so you can count on spending most of your hunting time in the fall – when the variety of game and the opportunities to hunt are generally the most plentiful.

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