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Prior to hunting deer, all deer hunters, regardless of age or license status, must obtain deer tags and have in possession when hunting deer.Immediately upon harvesting a deer, the hunter must tag the deer with the appropriate carcass tag before it is moved from the kill site, and the hunter must document the kill on the harvest report card portion of the deer tag license.
The tag must remain attached to the deer while kept at camp, or while it is transported to the domicile of the hunter or to a cold storage facility.Hunters who keep the carcass or meat at camp must also comply with the game possession tag regulations.Within 7 days the hunter must validate the kill using the toll free validation phone number 866-484-4805 or the web link: Hunters harvesting deer on DMAP lands should follow the instructions provided to them by LDWF.When deer check stations are in operation, hunters on WMAs can validate deer during mandatory deer check hunts.One antlered and one antlerless deer per day (when legal) EXCEPT on some Federal Lands where the daily limit shall be one deer per day (see specific Federal Lands regulations for details).
Season limit is six, not to exceed three antlered OR four antlerless deer (all segments included) by all methods of take, EXCEPT deer harvested on property enrolled in DMAP will not count in the season or daily bag limit for hunters.See DMAP Regulations (LAC 76:v.111) for more information.Antlerless deer may be harvested during entire deer season on private lands (all segments included) EXCEPT as specified in the deer hunting schedule.Consult deer hunting schedule for either-sex days for these parishes and areas.A legal antlered deer is a deer with at least one visible antler of hardened bony material, broken naturally through the skin.Any person hunting any wildlife during the open firearms deer hunting season and possessing buckshot, slugs, a primitive firearm or a centerfire rifle shall display on his head, chest and/or back a total of not less than 400 square inches of “HUNTER ORANGE.” Persons hunting on privately owned, legally posted land may wear a hunter orange cap or hat in lieu of the 400 square inches.