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#5924787 - 09/11/15 09:32 PM Rookie Question, go easy :)
DoveMaster Offline
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Registered: 11/15/06
Posts: 275
Wondering about the below rules for what is considered "Antlerless & Spike" by definition? What defines each as far as the law states?
Wondering if this would apply to LBJ Grasslands, and most WMAs, like Caddo Grasslands, up North of Honey Grove in Fannin County during regular deer season?

Late Antlerless & Spike:
North Zone (see County Listings)
Jan. 4-17

#5924879 - 09/11/15 10:37 PM Re: Rookie Question, go easy :) [Re: DoveMaster]
DH3 Offline

Registered: 11/18/14
Posts: 587
Loc: Katy
Below rules??

#5924882 - 09/11/15 10:42 PM Re: Rookie Question, go easy :) [Re: DoveMaster]
txshntr Offline
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Registered: 09/24/10
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Loc: Mansfield, Texas
Anterless is a deer with no hard antlers protruding from the skin. Button bucks and bucks that have shed already would fall into this category.

Spike is a buck with no branched antlers.

The definition of a spike in the extended season is different than the definition of a legal buck in an AR county. In an AR county, a legal spike is a buck with one unbranched antler.


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