Hunting in AlabamaHunting in Alabama is big business. In Alabama there are two distinct seasons. There is football season. And then there is hunting season. The impact of Auburn University and the University of Alabama football is around $500 million; A drop in the bucket considering the impact hunting and fishing have in this state. An estimated $2.7 billion is spent in the state on wildlife-related recreation. The survey reported 1.7 million people participated in wildlife-related recreation. With more than 1.3 million acres of public hunting land, Alabama has some of the most liberal bag limits in the country, which draws hunters from all over the world. Since it was established by constitutional amendment in 1992, the Forever Wild Land Trust has purchased more than 227,000 acres of land for public use. For more information on state hunting and fishing laws in Alabama, Click here to be connected to the state.
2015 – 2016 Deer Season Dates:
Bow Hunting – Oct 25 – Feb10
Muzzleloaders – Nov16 – 20
Gun Season – Nov 21 – Nov 30 and Dec 11 – Feb 10