Oklahoma Announces Free Hunting Days in September, Inviting Residents to Hunt Without a License

KOKH - August 29, 2023 6:33 am

Oklahoma’s free hunting days will be September 2-3, state wildlife officials announced on Thursday.

On those days, Oklahoma residents can take part in open hunting season without needing to have a state hunting license.

Free hunting days include several species, including dove, squirrel, and coyote.

Game Wardens will be on duty to maintain compliance with bag limits, shotgun plugs, and other regulations.

 

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