The 2018 Public Waters Alligator Hunting Season in Mississippi will be open from August 31 – September 10, 2018. The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks will be accepting applications beginning 10:00 a.m. on June 1 through 10:00 a.m. on... Read More.
The Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks considered dates for the 2018–2019 waterfowl hunting seasons during their April meeting. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service releases all migratory game bird frameworks in early spring each year, providing a “window” of dates from which... Read More.
On April 18, the Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks approved rule changes for the 2018 alligator hunting season on public waters and private lands in Mississippi. The statewide public waters season will offer 930 permits within 7 hunting zones across the state... Read More.
JACKSON – Mississippi’s dove hunting season will open on September 2 statewide. For private lands on opening day, legal shooting hours will begin 30 minutes before sunrise. Dove fields on Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MDWFP) Wildlife Management Areas may have... Read More.
The Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks approved dates for the 2017-2018 early hunting seasons for migratory game birds during its April meeting in Jackson, Mississippi. These dates are listed in the table below; and include hunting seasons for doves, resident Canada geese,... Read More.
Mississippi’s spring squirrel hunting season opens May 15 and closes June 1. The bag limit is four squirrels per day. Unlike fall and winter hunting, during the spring squirrel hunting season, acorns and other nut crops will not be available. Squirrels use a... Read More.
JACKSON – Mississippi’s special primitive weapons season for white-tailed deer will open November 7 in the Hill and Delta Deer Management Zones. The special primitive weapons season is for antlerless deer only on private lands and open... Read More.
JACKSON - Deer season officially opened this past weekend across the majority of Mississippi, ushering in fall’s favorite pastime for many hunters. During opening weekend however, Conservation Officers responded to many treestand-related incidents including three reported treestand-related accidents.