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2020-2020 Iowa Quail Hunting Season
The 2020-2020 Iowa Quail hunting season is determined by the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Division with approval from the United States Fish and Wildlife Service.
During the 2020-2020 Iowa Quail hunting season, hunters who are interested in taking part in this hunting season in Iowa will be required to obtain necessary licenses and permits or certificates. These licenses include Iowa Resident Hunting License, Iowa Resident Habitat Fee, Iowa Non-resident Hunting License and an Iowa Non-resident Habitat Fee. Also, in Iowa, both residents and non-residents must have proof of successfully completing a Hunter Education Program if they were born after 1971. As in most states, these hunters must also have these licenses and certificates on their person while they are actually hunting.
The dates of the 2020-2020 Iowa Quail hunting season are set for October 25, 2020 through January 1, 2020. During these dates, quail hunters in Iowa can legally hunt Bobwhite quail from 8:00am until 4:30pm. These hunters can take a daily bag limit of 8 birds and can have a possession limit of 16 birds throughout the state.
The weapons or means for taking quail during the 2020-2020 Iowa hunting season are shotguns, archery equipment, muzzleloaders, handguns and center-fire rifles. Shotguns that can be used are 10 gauge or smaller caliber that only shoots single slugs. Archery equipment that can be used is recurve bows, crossbows and longbows with broad head arrows. Muzzleloaders that hunters can use during this hunting season are flintlock or percussion cap that is .44 caliber to a .775 caliber that shoots a single projectile. Handguns that can be used are center-fire that only shoots a .375 caliber shell or larger with straight wall ammunition that has an expanding bullet. Center-fire rifles that can be used are .24 caliber or larger only.
Hunters that are interested in participating in the 2020-2020 Iowa Quail hunting season should be aware of these rules and regulations as they pertain to this hunting sport. But, as important as being aware of these rules and regulations are, they are nothing if the hunter does not abide by them at all times.