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Youth season? #7397094 01/06/19 07:49 PM
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I'm having a hard time understanding bag limits for whitetail deer in Raines and Mason county for the extended youth season. Could someone please clarify.

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The bag limits don't change....extended youth season just allows more time to fill the legal number of tags. What ever the county limit is covers all seasons: archery, early youth, regular, and late youth. Not any more deer....just more time to chase them...

Raines - 4 total deer with two that can be bucks

Mason - 5 total deer with two that can be bucks

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