Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Hunting Regulations 2020-2021 - Flipbook - Page 29
DEER HUNTING - AREA 4
East of LA 21 from the Mississippi state line southward to the Bogue Chitto
River, north of the Bogue Chitto River from LA 21 eastward to the Pearl River
Navigation Canal, east of the Pearl River Navigation Canal southward to the
West Pearl River, north of the West Pearl River from the Pearl River Navigation Canal to Holmes Bayou, west of Holmes Bayou from the West Pearl River
northward to the Pearl River, west of the Pearl River from Holmes Bayou
northward to the Mississippi state line, south of the Mississippi state line from
the Pearl River westward to LA 21. Also, that portion of Washington Parish
west of LA 25 from the Mississippi state line southward to the Bogue Chitto
River, then west of the Bogue Chitto River to its junction with the St. Tammany
Parish line, north of the St. Tammany Parish line to the Tangipahoa Parish line,
east of the Tangipahoa Parish line to the Mississippi state line, south of the
Mississippi state line to its junction with LA 25.
KNOW YOUR TARGET
HOGS AND BEARS CAN LOOK SIMILAR
In March 2016, the Louisiana black bear was removed from the list
of Federally Threatened and Endangered Species. However, bears in
Louisiana are still protected under state law.
Restoration and conservation efforts of the La.
Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF), U.S.
Fish and Wildlife Service, Black Bear Conservation
Coalition and many private landowners have led to
increasing numbers of black bears.
Each year several Louisiana black bears are illegally
killed during the hunting season. Hunters are urged
to support bear conservation efforts and report illegal kills. This support will aid recovery of the
Louisiana black bear and help bring about the day
when legal bear hunting will once again occur in
For more information
call the Louisiana
Department of Wildlife