Oklahoma youth deer gun season gives young hunters a first shot

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OKLAHOMA – With deer gun season scheduled for late November, young Oklahoma hunters get the first chance at a buck and a doe during the youth deer gun season Oct. 18 to 20.

The youth season is open to hunters under 18 years of age.

Youth hunters must be accompanied by a hunter 18 years or older.

Youth hunting with an apprentice-designated license must be accompanied by a licensed hunter who is 21 years old or older who is hunter education certified or exempt.

11-year-old Brent Johnson from Coalgate, Okla. Harvested his first deer, an 10 point, white tail, buck in Oklahoma’s annual Fall Deer Hunt.

10-year-old Matthew Derichsweiler, of Marlow, with his first buck.  A nine point white tail taken yesterday evening, accompanied by his grandfather, Alan Derichsweiler, outside of Anadarko.
Enedina Banks sends a picture of Jose Cervantes, 11-years-old from Shawnee OK.
Brynna Smith, 12-years-old from Chandler, Okla.
Rowdy Wood, Coalgate, Ok
First kill of the season, a nice spike.
Bradley Upton age 8 Pawnee OK with his Grandpa Ron Walker.
Sierra Rowden from Tuttle, OK got her first 8 point buck last night in Kiowa Oklahoma with her dad.
Justin (age 15), Jacob (age 13), and Joey (age 12) each with their first doe! These kids were hunting on a ranch in S.E. Oklahoma

Devon taking his first buck during youth rifle season.  He is from Piedmont, OK.

Coletyn Fischer from Bethel Acres shot his first Buck Saturday morning, accompanied by his dad, Mike Fischer. Awesome for a 10 yr.old!!

Bryston Smith, 7 pt, Age 10.  Chandler, Okla.

Blake Little age 10 of Stillwater

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