Louisiana Hunting Season Schedules for 2022-23 Now Available
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries has released important information for the 2022-23 Hunting season. Included in the recently released report from LDWF are the latest updates to hunting rules, regulations, and of course the season schedules.
Many of you who enjoy hunting in The Sportsman's Paradise are already making plans for the fall deer season. A lot of brush is being cleared, shooting lanes are being established, the ground is being broken and cleared, and if you haven't you might want to pull your tree stand out and make sure it's going to be safe for you to use.
If you're wanting to get up to speed on changes in regulations you'll want to click here. This will take you to the Department of Wildlife's latest updates. You will also find the season schedules for your favorite game too. Here is where you'll find when hunting and what type of hunting will be allowed in Louisiana's 10 deer hunting areas.
Hunters who are interested in deer hunting will want to click this link. While those who fancy the quest for migratory game birds will follow this link. You can also find specific information on turkey season, rabbit season, quail season, and a favorite for a lot of Louisiana hunters, squirrel season.
And one other nugget you'll want to know if you've received a notice that your Louisiana Boat Registration is due. There was a bit of an error in printing. Many of you have contacted LDWF saying you were unable to locate the renewal fee for your watercraft.
This letter from Governor Edwards and Secretary Montoucet should clear those questions up. Just in case you can't click the link the renewal fee is the number that is printed right below the expiration date on your boat's renewal notice.
LDWF wants you to know that if you did receive a renewal notice with the printing error as described above, you can still renew your boat's registration by mail. The bottom line is you need to get the boat registered and you can't use this as an excuse.
If you have questions you can always reach out to the Department of Wildlife they are here to help. It looks as if it's going to be another great season for Louisiana sportsmen, and women too. Just make sure you're aware of the rule changes and when the seasons open and close.
And if you don't find yourself in a deer stand or in the woods this fall, you'll probably wish you would find yourself here, at one of these, if we only had them.
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