What day does rifle season start in Virginia?
|Firearms General Season||11/13/21|
|Firearms Full Season||11/13/21|
|Late Archery*||11/28/21||-In all areas west of the Blue Ridge unless noted below. -Season Exception: Clarke and Floyd counties and on private lands in Frederick County.|
When can I hunt deer in Virginia?
November 13 through December 11 (full season): In all areas unless otherwise noted below. November 27: On National Forest lands in Amherst, Bedford, and Nelson counties. November 20 and November 27: On National Forest lands in Montgomery and Pulaski counties.
Can you shoot a deer on your property in Virginia?
As provided by Virginia State Statute §29.1-529. Killing of deer damaging fruit trees, crops, livestock or personal property or creating a hazard to aircraft or motor vehicles, the VDGIF is authorized to permit owners or lessees of land to kill deer where deer cause commercial or personal property damage.
Can I hunt deer in my backyard in Virginia?
Is deer hunting in Virginia good?
How much is a deer tag in Virginia?
|Resident Hunting Licenses|
|Includes hunting license, bear license, deer/turkey license, archery license, and muzzleloading license.|
|Resident Hunting License* (age 16 and older)|
Can I hunt on my own land without a license in VA?
Resident or nonresident landowners, their spouses, their children and grandchildren and the spouses of such children and grandchildren, or the landowner’s parents, resident or nonresident, do not need a license to hunt, trap or fish (on inland waters) within the boundaries of their own lands.
What is the minimum caliber for deer hunting in Virginia?
What guns can you hunt deer with in Virginia?
|Firearm, Hunting Device, and Ammunition|
|Shotguns (including muzzleloading shotguns) using ammunition loaded with larger than number 2 fine shot|
|Deer: Yes1||Bear: Yes1|
|Muzzleloading firearms Rifles – smaller than .40 caliber; Pistols – smaller than .45 caliber|
|Deer: No||Bear: No|