Now, I am not saying that game management is not important, what I am saying is that having to hunt on the third wednesday from 2-4, etc. etc. detracts from the whole reason of why I go hunting. Poaching is not what I am talking about, what I am talking about is: what are some legally harvestable game, in your area, that the game management authority for whatever reason, has very little restrictions on. For example, in the region where I have spent most of my life, and my family still lives in sw oregon, their is usually no closed season, and no, or almost no bag limit on grey squirrels. Deer hunting season was always during the busiest time for me when I was working as a diesel mechanic, people getting vehicles ready for winter, tractors during harvest time etc. and the season was so short you'd want to hunt almost all of it to up your chances. Where my cabin was in eastern oregon, their was a lottery system even for deer, not just elk and fancy stuff Here in Texas where I live now, you can barter pretty cheaply with local ranchers for hog hunting rights, with very little regulations. Hunting hogs in dense brush with a 20mm glock, I call it my poor mans dangerous game african safari. Back to oregon, you could trap possums I think and a few other things, maybe coyotes for a big part of the year. Lakes you could usually fish almost year round even though the rivers had pretty restrictive seasons. (all of these are from my terrible memory, if I was actually going out you bet I got the regs, and you should too, so double check any of these if you plan to do them) So what are some hunting/fishing animals that you can go after in your area, with a less restrictive season? Where can you still feel free, and unyoked by beurocracy, while still responsibly managing wildlife?