In NC the last part of our 2017-2018 waterfowl season will begin on December 16 and run through January 27. Tundra swan season remains open at this time, and will close on January 31. Please remember that you must possess a swan permit in order to legally harvest one.
The second part of bear season is fast approaching. In our part of the state, season returns on December 11 and runs through December 23. Please remember that you must possess the appropriate license in order to harvest a bear. Resident hunters must have a valid NC hunting license with the big game privilege, as […]
The dates for our eastern NC bear season are found on page 46 of the 2017-2018 NC Regulation digest. In Currituck County, bear season is from November 11 – November 18. It comes back in from December 11 – 23. Surrounding counties have similar season dates, but they are not all the same. If you […]
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These are the dates for the 2017-2018 NC Waterfowl Season: October 4-7 November 11- December 2 December 16- January 27 Daily limit 6 with the following restrictions: no more than 4 mallards (2 hen mallards), 4 scoters, 4 eiders, 4 long-tailed ducks, 3 wood ducks, 2 black ducks, 2 scaup, 2 red heads, […]
North Carolina’s Tundra Swan season will open on November 11 and will run through January 31. The bag limit is one per person by permit only. Each person that received a permit is required to submit their swan survey by April 1, 2018. Those who fail to do so will automatically be ineligible for a […]
Striped Bass season is now open in the Albemarle Sound Management Area. This includes Currituck Sound, Coinjock Canal, and North River. The size limit is 18 inches and up. You are allowed to keep two per person per day. Season opened on October 1 and it will close on April 30.
On April 30, 2017 Striper season will close in the Albemarle Sound Management Area. Until then, the limit remains at 2 per person per day, 18 inches or longer. Please remember that these regulations are not the same throughout all of our eastern North Carolina waters.
On April 8, 2017 spring turkey season opens in North Carolina. Please remember that turkey are considered big game, so you must have the appropriate license and tags to be able to harvest them. The limit is 2 turkeys per season, both of which must be tagged upon harvest. We have a variety of calls, […]
SNOW GOOSE CONSERVATION ORDER SEASON is coming up. This season is by permit only (permits are free and can be found online at www.ncwildlife.org, please be sure you are able to print the permit). Season runs from February 13 through March 31. During this season there is no daily bag limit, unplugged guns & electronic […]