Every jurisdiction (usually understood to be a state or zone within a state), will
dictate how much of a given game animal you can take on a given day, per hunter,
during different calendar periods. There may be seasonal limits that override
daily bag limits, so always understand the laws and regulations when you head
out to hunt. For links to the hunting-related regulatory and game licensing
agencies in all fifty states, click here.
Why do they call it a "bag limit?" Most small game is carried back from the field
in a bag or pouch (sometimes over the shoulder, and sometimes directly built into a
hunting vest or jacket) - and you don't want the game wardens to be asking for a
look in that bag when you're over your limit!
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