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Here in Alabama - basically 2 a day during the season (whole season runs from around mid nov to end of jan, some counties have slightly different dates).

from the hunting regs http://www.outdooralabama.com/hunting/regulations/2006-2007RegBook-Final.pdf
ANTLERED BUCKS – bare antlers visible above natural
hairline – one a day. Guns or Bow and Arrow (including
Crossbows). Barbour County Antler Restriction –
Except on the statewide special youth deer hunting
date, harvest of white-tailed deer bucks in Barbour
County will be limited to those that have a minimum of
three points on one side. A point is an antler
projection of at least one inch in length from base to
tip. Main beam tip shall be counted as a point
regardless of length.
HUNTERS’ CHOICE (except spotted fawns) – During the
Hunters’ Choice Gun Season, two deer per day may be
harvested only one of which may be an antlered buck.
(Two unantlered deer or one unantlered deer and one
antlered deer.) See Special Antler Restriction for
Barbour County. Hunters’ Choice dates coincide with
all or part of the antlered bucks hunting dates.
Legal
hunting methods (Dog or Stalk Hunting) shall be the
same as listed in the Deer: Antlered Buck Season for
each county or area during the dates of Hunters’
Choice Season.
SPECIAL YOUTH DEER HUNTING– Statewide on
November 11-12, Hunter’s Choice (except spotted
fawns – one deer per day), and also by dog hunting in
those counties or parts of counties where and how it is
allowed during the regular dog deer hunting season.
Same legal arms and ammunition apply as in Hunter’s
Choice deer season.
SPECIAL MUZZLELOADER AND BOW AND ARROW AND
SPEAR – STALK HUNTING ONLY (NO DOGS), two deer
per day only one of which may be an antlered buck
(Two unantlered deer or one unantlered deer and one
antlered deer, except Spotted Fawns). See Special
Antler Restriction for Barbour County.
 
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