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 Hunters are in the woods for the first day of buck season today.  If you’re out or are headed out for the first day of the season, there are a few things you need to remember.  Across all of Indiana County’s wildlife management units, hunters are only able to bag a buck on the first five days of the season, from today through Friday.  Starting on Saturday, hunters in Indiana County can shoot either a buck or doe. 


Of course, there are also antler restrictions to remember.  Restrictions remain the same this year from last year.  In Indiana County, west of Route 119, hunters need to identify three antler points, not including the brow tine. In the remainder of the state, antler restrictions remain a minimum of at least three points on one side.


Hunters in much of Indiana County will start the season with a slight covering of snow, which will be good news for hunters across the area.  Snow is also in the forecast for tomorrow, but we’re not expecting any accumulation here in Indiana County. 

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