this is an interesting article on the Illinois deer hunting seasons. it talks about the changes to deer hunting in Illinois this year and includes a link to a map of the hunting areas.
Some of the information on this map is very confusing. As far as I can tell, hunting areas have been divided into two types: Class A (open to hunting) areas and Class B (closed to hunting) areas. Class B areas are considered for hunters who have to pay their own hunting fees (like a state senator or a politician). Class A hunting areas are for non-hunters and hunters who are interested in hunting (like someone who just wants to kill a buck).
The map is very confusing. I think it’s clear that the hunting areas are just a few different types of areas and that they don’t have any kind of geographical boundaries. I’m also confused why hunting is required in Class B hunting areas even though most of the hunting areas are Class A. I suspect it’s because the state legislature wants to keep Class B areas like this open to hunting for members of the public.
I think the legislature is trying to stop hunters from getting in the way of a buck, but this is why Class A areas are open to hunting. Class B is where hunting is not allowed. Class A is where hunting is allowed, but without the requirement of being a member of the hunting club.
When the deer hunt season is over, you don’t have to hunt in the woods either, and the state is already making some changes to this schedule. This can be a fun, exciting time to do some research on this subject.
This is an annual spring hunt on the Illinois side of the state. In 2015, the deer hunt was open to hunters in Class A areas. In 2015, the deer hunt was open to hunters in Class B areas.
The Illinois deer hunt is open only for hunters in Class A. These hunters have to pay the Illinois State Game Commission $35 for the privilege of shooting a deer in Class A areas. But Class A hunters have the option of “stalking” a deer or “shooting” a deer. In 2015, the hunter who stalked a deer and shot it was able to keep the deer. The hunter who shot a deer was required by the Illinois State Game Commission to pay a $5.
The Illinois State Game Commission’s website has a lot of information about the deer hunt. The fact that you are required to pay 35 bucks for the privilege of hunting deer in Class A has led some hunters to believe that there are more hunters in Class A who hunt deer. We were told that the Illinois State Game Commission does not have a complete list of the hunters who hunt deer in Class A areas.
When we contacted the Illinois State Game Commission we were told that deer hunting season rules do not apply to Class A areas.
The Illinois State Game Commission also informs us that hunting season rules do not apply to Class A areas because the amount of deer you will be able to legally kill with a shotgun is greatly reduced. So if you want to hunt deer in Class A, you will need to pay $35 for the privilege.