When does deer hunting season start in Pennsylvania?

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Deer hunting season in Pennsylvania runs from Dec. 2 until Dec.14, with one week for antlerless deer and both weeks for antlered deer. Hunters may kill one antlered deer per hunting license and one antlerless deer per antlerless license.

Hunters may be eligible for additional seasons if they hunt with a muzzle loader or bow, as each of these weapons has its own season. There is also an early season in mid-October for younger hunters, disabled hunters and active-duty military members. These seasons are typically open to Pennsylvania residents, but non-residents are eligible if they purchase an out-of-state hunting license.

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