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  • FRANKFORT, Ky. — The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed several new deer, elk and small game hunting regulations at its quarterly meeting Dec 8. The commission recommends all hunting, fishing and boating regulations for approval by the General Assembly and approves all expenditures by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. Legislators must […]
  • PHOENIX — Arizona hunters who were unsuccessful in the recent 2018 spring draw still have an opportunity to receive a hunt permit-tag for javelina. As of Tuesday, 1,691 leftover hunt permit-tags were available for general hunts that begin Feb. 23. There also were 1,432 hunt permit-tags for archery-only hunts that begin Jan. 1; 1,239 hunt […]
  • Boys from 9 child residential and foster homes came to Camp Gene Ashby in Mason county Friday afternoon. The 51 boys along with hunting guides and chaperones traveled to 12 area ranches Saturday, December 2nd eager to enjoy a deer hunt. The young hunters came from Methodist Boy’s Ranch, Waco; Collard Home, Walnut Springs; Methodist […]
  • DOVER – Delaware waterfowl hunters are gearing up for the state’s third and final waterfowl split season, which runs from Friday, Dec. 8 thru Saturday, Jan. 27, 2018. “Through the end of January, we conduct aerial waterfowl surveys every two weeks and we typically see an increase in the number of waterfowl between surveys as […]
  • PRATT – When you purchase your 2018 licenses and permits from the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT), you’ll likely notice some changes. As usual, annual and 14-day camp permits and most other annual licenses will be available on Dec. 15, 2017. The campsite and cabin reservation system for 2018 will go live […]
  • PIERRE, S.D. – As winter approaches, South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) reminds resident hunters of unique opportunities that could exist later this winter. GFP’s Wildlife Damage Management Program assists landowners with wildlife depredation abatement programs and services. When other methods are ineffective, GFP may utilize hunters to help reduce damage caused by wildlife. […]
  • Seven child residential and foster homes participated in the second hunt of the 2017 season with Operation Orphans Saturday, November 18. The 47 boys harvested 33 does, 6 spikes, 12 management bucks and one hog for a total of 52 animals. Kids came from Methodist Home, Waco; West Texas Boys Ranch, San Angelo; Boys and […]
  • The first of Iowa’s popular shotgun deer seasons is Dec. 2-6 when an expected 60,000 orange-clad hunters head to the timber. That group will be followed by another 60,000 hunters who prefer the Dec. 9-17 second shotgun season. Each contingent will also pack along thousands of antlerless tags, to extend their time in the field. […]
  • Black bears are doing extremely well in Utah: in less than 20 years, the number of bears has almost tripled. For that reason, biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources want to give more hunters a chance to hunt black bears during the state’s 2018 season. This past season, the number of permits issued gave […]
  • NASHVILLE — With the inaugural 2017-18 statewide sandhill crane season approaching, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is reminding hunters of requirements surrounding this hunt and also noting that bag limits depend on the number of tags issued per sportsman. “We especially want hunters to understand that they had to participate in a drawing for tags […]
  • JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Preliminary data from the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) shows that deer hunters in Missouri harvested 191,368 deer during the November portion of fall firearms deer season, Nov. 11- 21. Of the 191,368 deer harvested, 99,431 were antlered bucks, 20,148 were button bucks, and 71,789 were does. Top harvest counties were […]
  • Black bears are doing extremely well in Utah: in less than 20 years, the number of bears has almost tripled. For that reason, biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources want to give more hunters a chance to hunt black bears during the state’s 2018 season. This past season, the number of permits issued gave […]
  • TOPEKA – Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism (KDWPT) game wardens, Kansas Highway Patrol (KHP) troopers and county sheriff’s deputies will conduct joint highway checkpoints at various locations on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2017. Upland bird, deer and migratory bird seasons will be underway, and these checkpoints are intended to help enforce state and federal […]
  • PIERRE, S.D. – The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission increased the number of licenses available for a special Custer State Park antlerless elk hunting season from 20 to 60. In addition, four new antlerless elk hunting units (for residents only) were established for these antlerless elk licenses allowing department officials to use […]
  • ST. JOHNSBURY, Vt. – The Vermont Fish &Wildlife Department says a preliminary count reveals hunters harvested 40 moose in this year’s regulated hunting seasons. “A preliminary count on October 31 showed that hunters reported 8 moose being taken by 18 hunters in the October 1-7 archery season and 32 moose taken by 70 hunters in […]
  • Sportsman permits are one of Utah’s most prized big game hunting permits. And the time left to apply for one is running out. To apply for a sportsman permit for the 2018 season, you must submit your application no later than 11 p.m. on Nov. 15. Lindy Varney, wildlife licensing coordinator for the Division of […]
  • CONCORD, N.H. — New Hampshire’s 2017 moose season wrapped up with hunters taking a total of 37 moose – 25 bulls and 12 cows – according to preliminary numbers from New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Moose Biologist Kristine Rines. That means that hunters achieved a 68.5% success rate during the 9-day season. A total […]
  • NASHVILLE — The 2017 Tennessee elk hunts have come to a conclusion with a total of eight elk harvested during the three segments. Participants could hunt on North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area and surrounding private lands, although none of this year’s hunters chose to hunt on private lands. The elk archery-hunt was the first segment […]

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