Arkansas Regulations Coyote season 2008-2009
2008-2009 Coyote, Bobcat, & Fox Seasons in Arkansas
Statewide: sunrise, July. 1, 2008-sunset, Feb. 28, 2009. Dogs allowed to hunt coyote during the day. Coyote may not be hunted at night.
No daily limit
Bobcat and coyote may be taken during day light hours with archery equipment, firearms no larger than .30 caliber or shotguns with shot no larger than T shot. Bobcat and coyote may be taken during daylight hours of any open deer, bear, spring turkey or spring squirrel season with hunting equipment legal for that season.
Note: Wildlife Management Areas have specific seasons and restrictions for furbearers. Refer to the specific WMA information in the Hunting Guidebook for seasons and restrictions for that WMACoyote Trapping
|Coyote||Statewide: sunrise, Aug. 1-sunset, March 31.|
During furbearer season, only snares, box traps, smooth-jawed steel leg-hold or Conibear-type traps may be used for trapping. For recommended methods of trapping coyote, please refer to: Trapping Coyotes
Gray Fox, Red Fox
Sunrise , September 1, 2008–Sunset, February 28, 2009.
Limit 2 per day
Firearms Regulation Changes for Coyote Effective in 2001