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Antelope And Early Fall Goose Seasons Finalized

July 12, 2014, 9:08 AM

Antelope And Early Fall Goose Seasons Finalized

Game, Fish and Parks have finalized the antelope and early fall Canada goose seasons.

The firearms antelope season will go from October 4 through the 19. There will be 2,705 licenses available for residents and 61 for non-residents. Tripp and Lyman Counties along with Fort Pierre National Grasslands are closed for firearms and archery antelope hunting.

The early fall Canada goose season runs from September 1 through the 30. Modifications to the boundaries of Unit 1 have been adopted to include the portion of Perkins County west of Highway 75 and south of Highway 20. Unit 2 has been expanded by adding all of Custer, Fall River and Pennington counties.

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