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  • TOPEKA – In addition to voting for their chosen candidates and other important matters in the Nov. 8, 2016 general election, voters will decide whether to amend the Kansas Constitution’s Bill of Rights to add a constitutional right to hunt, fish and trap wildlife. The proposed amendment would specify the people have a right to […]
  • Biologists report antelope season hunter participation is up in southwest Montana given early data gathered at the Kidd check station south of Dillon on opening weekend and anecdotal reports from around the region. Specifically at the Kidd station on Oct. 8 and Oct.9, staff spoke with 251 antelope hunters. 158 Harvested at least one antelope. […]
  • AUSTIN — Wildlife biologists are advising hunters, ranchers and rural residents in Northeast Texas of a handful of confirmed black bear sightings recently. At least four sightings have been documented on game trail cameras between June and late August in Bowie, Red River and Smith counties. Wildlife biologists with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department […]
  • Glennallen — All state managed caribou hunts in Game Management Unit 13—including hunts CC001, RC566 and DC485—will reopen on October 21. Harvest is open to hunters who currently hold valid permits and have not yet harvested a caribou. Nelchina caribou herd numbers are currently above management objectives and biologists do not anticipate reaching a harvest […]
  • The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) and California Wildlife Officers Foundation are again co-sponsoring the annual “Passing on the Tradition” essay contest for young hunters. The California Wildlife Officers Foundation will recognize one grand prize winner with a lifetime California hunting license, valued at more than $600. Second and third place winners will […]
  • The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that Michigan’s first elk hunt of 2016, which ended Oct. 3, had a hunter success rate of 85 percent. One hundred state hunters had 12 days to fill their elk license, with 30 any-elk and 70 antlerless-only licenses issued. “It’s hard to believe the first hunt period […]
  • There were more hunters out on opening weekend for antelope, and they enjoyed better success rates than last season, according to reports from three Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks check stations set up in Region 7. It was a relatively mild opener weather-wise, contrasted by dropping temperatures and snowfall on the following Monday night and […]
  • AUSTIN – To say Joanne Stirt loves to fish would be an understatement. As the first winner of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Lifetime License Drawing this fall, the Bandera outdoors enthusiast can start spending more time and money on her favorite pursuit each year. “We’ve had a deer lease for about 23 years […]
  • MADISON – Preliminary registration numbers indicate a strong 2016 bear hunt in Wisconsin, with 4,643 bears registered. “This was another successful season for Wisconsin Bear hunters. The preliminary harvest of 4,643 is very close to the 2016 quota of 4,750,” said David MacFarland, DNR large carnivore specialist. “Wisconsin continues to have a healthy bear population, […]
  • SPRINGDALE – Arkansas Game and Fish Commission Director Jeff Crow proposed a temporary reversal of regulations prohibiting the take of feral hogs on Commission-owned property at today’s meeting of the AGFC. If the regulation change passes, hunters will be allowed to take feral hogs during open bear, deer or elk firearms seasons with weapons legal […]
  • CONCORD, N.H. — A public hearing on a proposal to partially close Willand Pond in Dover and Somersworth, NH, to hunting will be held on Wednesday, October 19, 2016, at 1:00 p.m. at the N.H. Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, Concord, NH. The complete rulemaking notice can be viewed at (select “Partial […]
  • SALEM, Ore. — ODFW has confirmed 16 cases of hoof disease in Oregon elk since the first case was confirmed in early 2014. Veterinary staff are reminding hunters throughout Oregon to be on the lookout for limping elk that may have this debilitating disease. Report any sightings to the ODFW’s elk hoof disease online reporting […]
  • The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) and Commissioner Basil Seggos today announced that the early muzzleloader season in the Northern Zone will begin Saturday, October 15, and continue through October 21. “Hunting is a proud tradition in New York State, and the early muzzleloader season is popular among Northern Zone deer hunters, […]
  • SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. – West Virginia’s 2016 wild boar firearms season opens Oct. 22, runs through Oct. 29, and is open to West Virginia residents only. To hunt wild boar, hunters must possess one of the following licenses: Class X, XJ, XS, AB-L, A-L or Class A+BG+CS or be exempt from purchasing a license. Boar […]
  • Seven lucky waterfowl hunters will win more than $1,500 in prizes just by hunting at three of Michigan’s seven managed waterfowl hunt areas. This fall the Wetland Wonders Challenge, sponsored by Consumers Energy, will begin on Oct. 8 and continue through Feb. 12, 2017. Seven winners will be chosen to win ultimate waterfowl hunting prize […]
  • CONCORD, N.H. — For nine exciting days, from October 15 to 23, 2016, lucky moose permit holders and their hunting partners will have the experience of a lifetime taking part in New Hampshire’s annual moose hunt. A total of 71 permit holders were drawn in this year’s lottery, randomly selected by computer from a pool […]
  • FRANKFORT, Ky. — Public land hunting opportunities in Kentucky just grew by more than 4,600 acres. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources announces the opening of six new properties ranging from Ballard County in the west to Bath County in the east. Newly opened properties include one new wildlife management area in Nelson […]
  • Next time you head outdoors, take a look around you: many of the fish and wildlife species you see, as well as their habitats, are healthy because of hunters and anglers. Additionally, from boat ramps to shooting ranges, artificial reefs to educational programs, Florida’s more than 7 million hunters and anglers fund and support access […]

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