The Bureau of Wildlife has announced that frog hunting season will open statewide on June 15 and ends Sept. 30.
“Frogs” are defined as eastern spadefoot toad, eastern American toad, Fowler’s toad, northern cricket frog, northern gray treefrog, northern spring peeper, western chorus frog, bullfrog, green frog, mink frog, wood frog, northern leopard frog, southern leopard frog and pickerel frog.
A fishing or small game license is required to take frogs with a spear, club, hook or by hand. A small game license is required to take frogs with a gun or bow. There is no size limit and no daily or season bag limit. Hunting hours are any time of day or night, with the restriction that guns are prohibited from use to hunt frogs between sunset and sunrise.