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The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (LWFC) adopted notices of intent for the 2022-23 and 2023-24 hunting seasons, 2022-23 general and Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) hunting seasons and rules and regulations, 2023 general and WMA turkey hunting season and rules and regulations and 2022-23 migratory bird hunting season and rules and regulations at its January meeting Thursday (Jan. 6).

The notices of intent include proposed hunting season dates and regulation changes from the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) for the upcoming hunting seasons and provide for a public comment period.

Some of the proposed changes include:
•Addition of electronic tag and validation procedures for hunting deer in Louisiana. This proposal would allow hunters to have either a picture of their tags or electronic tags while hunting to be legal.
•Addition of electronic tag and validation procedures for hunting turkeys in Louisiana. This proposal would allow hunters to have either a picture of their tags or electronic tags while hunting to be legal.
•Change in WMA camping regulations that will require a WMA camping permit for users that camp on WMAs.
•Establishing a limited use area on Bodcau WMA to provide a safety zone around the Bodcau shooting range.
•Addition of a primitive firearm either-sex day on Camp Beauregard WMA.
•Addition of a youth lottery turkey hunting day on Clear Creek WMA.
•Elimination of either-sex primitive firearms days on Joyce WMA. It is proposed to

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