SEASON DATES

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  1. WOODIE13

    WOODIE13 Elite Refuge Member

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    Got this from a buddy, regs should be out shortly.

    Duck

    October 1 - 8

    November 7 - 12

    December 14 - January 28

    Youth days:

    September 17

    November 5

    Goose season:

    September 1 - 10

    October 1 - 15

    November 7 - 12

    December 1 - January 28
     
  2. J.SCOTT

    J.SCOTT Senior Refuge Member

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  3. WOODIE13

    WOODIE13 Elite Refuge Member

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  4. Ohh2ofowl

    Ohh2ofowl Senior Refuge Member

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    Wow. Total opposite bag limits than Ohio. Glad I have to obey WV laws on the Ohio River.
     
  5. WOODIE13

    WOODIE13 Elite Refuge Member

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    What is different?
     
  6. Ohh2ofowl

    Ohh2ofowl Senior Refuge Member

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    In Ohio I am only allowed 3 geese per day, 5 in WV. Ohio 4 mallards but only one hen, WV 2 hens allowed. Ohio 3 scaup, WV 2 scaup. And the big one Ohio 1 canvasback, WV 2 canvasback. I am also allowed to shoot harlies and mottleds in Ohio as Ohio is in the Mississippi Flyway.
     
  7. WOODIE13

    WOODIE13 Elite Refuge Member

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    That is crazy to be side by side. I bet you all get more snow geese too, right?
     
  8. Ohh2ofowl

    Ohh2ofowl Senior Refuge Member

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    We shoot a few and the specks are becoming more prevalent. My buddy and his friend shot two a few years ago on North Bass Island in Lake Erie
     

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