Sept. 21 Important Date for Hunters

By Julavits, Joe | The Florida Times Union, August 25, 1996 | Go to article overview

Sept. 21 Important Date for Hunters


Julavits, Joe, The Florida Times Union


If you're a duck hunter and/or bowhunter, and a college football

fan, Sept. 21 is going to be one fine Saturday.

That's the opening of Florida's early duck season, the opening

of archery season in the state's Central Zone, and the date of

what's being touted as this year's game of the century --

Spend your morning in a blind or a tree stand, your afternoon

on the couch watching SEC football, and send mama to the mall.

Isn't it great to be alive?

September 21 is one of a number of dates important to area

hunters. The early duck dates, which were released by the

Sept. 21-25. The early season is limited to wood ducks and teal,

and the fourbird daily bag limit may be any combination of

those. Dates for the state's regular duck and coot season will

be announced later.

Thanks to outstanding habitat conditions in the nation's

breeding areas, biologists are projecting the largest fall

flight of ducks in nearly 25 years. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife

Service has issued a preliminary fall flight estimate of 83

million ducks, significantly more than last year's final

estimate of 77 million.

Meanwhile, bowhunters get first crack at the woods during the

Sept. 21-Oct. 20 archery season in the Central Zone, which

includes the Northeast Florida area. Muzzleloading gun season is

next, from Oct. 26 through Nov. 3 in the Central Zone, followed

by the general gun season, which runs Nov. …

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