Resident Hunters Prepare to Snap up Antlerless Deer Licenses in Iowa
DES MOINES – Beginning Sept. 15, Iowa residents may purchase as many antlerless deer licenses until the quota fills or the season ends. Residents may purchase one antlerless deer license until Sept. 15.
Counties with antlerless deer licenses that have sold out of the quota include Butler, Webster, Hamilton, Worth and Plymouth. Counties that are close to selling the quota include Carroll, Crawford, Floyd, Franklin, Greene and Mitchell. The DNR updates the county antlerless quota on the internet at https://hfwa.centraltechnology.net/iowadnr/app/mainQuota.do.
The November antlerless season licenses will go on sale Nov. 15, in the counties that have antlerless licenses remaining. The date in the hunting regulations was listed in correctly as Nov. 10.