Oklahoma Makes Changes To Bear SeasonOk Dept. Of Wildlife Conservation, Bear Hunting Magazine
The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission voted to expand their black bear season. The changes now must pass through the legislative process and be signed by the governor.
The commission approved a proposal to expand the state’s black bear season to allow hunters more time to hunt. The archery season for bear now will run October 1 through the third Sunday in October with no quota. A muzzleloader season with a quota of 20 bears will run concurrent with the deer muzzleloader season.
You can view our original News Flash regarding the proposed changes here.