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What is the difference between the daily bag limit and the possession limit for game animals?

  • For upland birds and waterfowl, the daily bag limit is the maximum number of birds that can be harvested in a single day. In some cases the bag limit can be an aggregate of species, but other times it is limited by species and sex. The appropriate Hunting Regulation Pamphlets should be consulted. The possession limit is the number of daily limits allowed to be kept in the field or in transit.
  • The daily bag limit and possession limit for big-game animals are the same.
  • The daily bag limit and possession limit for wild turkey varies by area and season. The appropriate Wild Turkey Hunting Regulations Pamphlet should be consulted.

 



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