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#3261612 - 06/04/13 08:00 PM LBL BOW HUNT QUESTION
wannabuck
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CAN ANYONE TELL ME IF THERE IS A OPEN BOW HUNT AT LBL IF SO COULD YOU TELL ME A LITTLE ABOUT IT THANKS IN ADVANCE
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#3261642 - 06/04/13 08:35 PM Re: LBL BOW HUNT QUESTION [Re: wannabuck]
lightfoot
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Usually opens with statewide bow season,you can hunt all year except quota hunt days and one day immediately before each quota hunt,
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#3261688 - 06/04/13 09:27 PM Re: LBL BOW HUNT QUESTION [Re: lightfoot]
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#3262269 - 06/05/13 05:51 PM Re: LBL BOW HUNT QUESTION [Re: wannabuck]
TLRanger
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Last year LBL made a couple of changes in the archery only season. Both states (TN & KY) now open and close the same dates as the respective state.

The archery limit is - Two deer - only one anterled per season for the entire area. This has been in effect for a couple of years.

They want you to kill more antlerless deer but will not add any to the limit.
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#3262302 - 06/05/13 06:28 PM Re: LBL BOW HUNT QUESTION [Re: TLRanger]
Wes Parrish
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 Originally Posted By: TLRanger
The archery limit is - Two deer - only one antlered per season for the entire area.

A lot of people get in trouble each year at LBL for failing to pay enough attention to their rules, some of which are quite different from other WMAs.

1) The annual "antlered" buck limit for LBL is one. Doesn't matter if you have both a KY & a TN license and hunt both the KY & TN sides. Doesn't matter if you have a quota hunt permit for a gun. Nothing changes the fact that the annual antlered buck limit is one for LBL.

Should you kill a buck during the non-quota archery hunt in October, and be drawn for a quota gun hunt in November, your quota gun hunt becomes antlerless only. This is a significant issue to be aware if you're doing any fall bowhunting and think you might be drawn for a quota gun hunt later.

And should you kill an antlered buck on a quota hunt, your subsequent non-quota archery hunting at LBL is limited to antlerless only. (In times past, the quota hunt buck did not count against the non-quota archery buck.)

2) Your lifetime and/or sportsman's license does not negate your needing to separately purchase a special LBL hunting permit.


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#3262505 - 06/05/13 11:18 PM Re: LBL BOW HUNT QUESTION [Re: Wes Parrish]
Poleaxe
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 Originally Posted By: Wes Parrish
 Originally Posted By: TLRanger
The archery limit is - Two deer - only one antlered per season for the entire area.

A lot of people get in trouble each year at LBL for failing to pay enough attention to their rules, some of which are quite different from other WMAs.

1) The annual "antlered" buck limit for LBL is one. Doesn't matter if you have both a KY & a TN license and hunt both the KY & TN sides. Doesn't matter if you have a quota hunt permit for a gun. Nothing changes the fact that the annual antlered buck limit is one for LBL.

Should you kill a buck during the non-quota archery hunt in October, and be drawn for a quota gun hunt in November, your quota gun hunt becomes antlerless only. This is a significant issue to be aware if you're doing any fall bowhunting and think you might be drawn for a quota gun hunt later.

And should you kill an antlered buck on a quota hunt, your subsequent non-quota archery hunting at LBL is limited to antlerless only. (In times past, the quota hunt buck did not count against the non-quota archery buck.)

2) Your lifetime and/or sportsman's license does not negate your needing to separately purchase a special LBL hunting permit.



Dang, I didn't know that. Thanks for that info. Saved me some jail time.

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#3263715 - 06/07/13 08:01 PM Re: LBL BOW HUNT QUESTION [Re: Wes Parrish]
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