Missouri Department Of Conservation Considers Reducing The Fall Deer Hunting Season
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — The Missouri Department of Conservation is considering a two-day reduction in the state's fall deer hunting season. The state agency proposes a nine-day fall firearms season each November starting in 2016. The current fall season lasts 11 days. The department also wants to reduce the length of the antlerless portion of the fall season from 12 days to three days.