Newtonfalls Sports & Recreation Club

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Light Snow

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Monday
Snow (28 ↔ 34 °F)

Tuesday
Overcast (31 ↔ 38 °F)

Wednesday
Snow (25 ↔ 36 °F)

Thursday
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  • Most hunter education courses have wrapped up for 2016. However, individuals or parents with children who will need to take a course in 2017 should monitor the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov, as classes that begin in January will be added to the Buy and Apply link as soon as times and […]
  • Cheyenne – Elk in Wyoming might be on the move this weekend if a blast of winter weather causes them to migrate to lower elevation habitats. For those hunting in Elk Hunt Area 49 in the southwest portion of the Bighorn Mountains, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department needs your help. Many elk hunters in […]
  • Anglers still cast lines and hunters head to deer camp each year, but the percentage of Minnesotans who hunt or fish is shrinking. To help grow the number of hunters and anglers, organizations can apply for grants from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “Groups that will help move people through the process of becoming […]
  • LITTLE ROCK – The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission unanimously voted to allow the harvest of feral hogs during firearms deer, bear or elk seasons on AGFC-managed wildlife management areas during its meeting today. During the May 2016 Commission meeting, commissioners voted to eliminate all feral hog hunting on AGFC-owned WMAs. The regulation was placed […]
  • Fairbanks — A drop in the Central Arctic caribou herd from 50,000 animals three years ago to around 22,000 in 2016 may lead to shorter hunting seasons and smaller bag limits in 2017. Reasons for the decline aren’t completely understood, but hunting is not thought to be a factor. Biologists believe a combination of elements […]
  • The 2016 elk hunts in northwestern Minnesota wrapped up on Sept. 18 with another successful season in the Kittson County area, according to the Department of the Natural Resources. Five of seven hunters harvested bulls. Two zones were open to hunting and all permits were bull only. In the Caribou-Vita herd (Zone 30), which migrates […]
  • A group of individuals representing various sportsmen’s clubs, the U.S. Forest Service, the agricultural community, and non-affiliated bait and hound hunters throughout Michigan will meet in St. Ignace Saturday, Dec. 17, to discuss the future of bear management in Michigan. “This group represents our Michigan Bear Forum,” said Department of Natural Resources wildlife management specialist […]
  • PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department reminds all active duty members of the U.S. Armed Forces stationed in Arizona that they, and their spouses, may purchase resident hunting and fishing licenses. The current law stipulates that an active duty member permanently or temporarily stationed in Arizona may purchase a resident license permitting the […]
  • Mild weather across west-central Montana in the first week of the general big game hunting season did little to move deer and elk, and harvests reported through the Anaconda, Bonner and Darby check stations were modest. Across the three check stations combined, Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks (FWP) employees and volunteers in Region 2 checked […]
  • Proposal Deadline: 5:00 p.m. Monday, November 28, 2016 The Alaska Board of Game (board) is accepting proposed changes to regulations for general and subsistence hunting seasons and bag limits for moose and caribou in the Copper Basin Area, Units 11, 12, and 13, including Tier I, Tier II, and community subsistence hunts, and amounts reasonably […]
  • Crossbow hunting for deer and bear in the Southern Zone opens November 5 and runs through November 18, the last 14 days of the early bowhunting season, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced today. Crossbows may also be used during the regular seasons and late muzzleloader seasons. However, crossbows cannot be […]
  • The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s fall mule deer survey indicates that mule deer had another good year of fawn production. Biologists counted 3,003 (2,157 in 2015) mule deer in the annual aerial survey in October. The buck-to-doe ratio of 0.48 (0.42 in 2015) is higher than the long-term average of 0.43 bucks per […]
  • With more than half of Michigan’s counties open to bear hunting, bear harvest is an important management tool to maintain a healthy bear population that is in balance with its habitat. Nearly 6,900 successful bear applicants received bear hunting licenses for staggered hunting seasons that started as early as Sept. 9 and ended as late […]
  • PRATT – On Nov. 11, sleepy little towns in western Kansas will transform into centers with crowded motel parking lots, busy streets and packed cafes. If you’re up before dawn on Nov. 12, you’ll see men and women dressed in khaki and orange looking happy, despite the hour, while feeding and watering hunting dogs or […]
  • AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department announced the 14 lucky winners of this year’s Big Time Texas Hunts selected at random from entries in the drawing. All told, hunters bought over 79,000 Big Time Texas Hunt entries during this year’s sales period, which ran May 15-Oct. 15. More than $737,000 in gross sales […]
  • Healthy mountain goat numbers on the Kenai Peninsula and low draw-hunt harvests earlier this fall have led to late-season registration goat hunt opportunities in Game Management Unit 15. Scheduled to open November 1- November 14, the hunts include: RG346, Resurrection Peninsula (limited to 36 permits) RG359, Bradley Lake (limited to 20 permits) RG360, Dixon Glacier […]
  • Juneau — Fees for Alaska sport fishing, hunting, and trapping licenses and tags will increase beginning January 1, 2017. The Alaska State Legislature raised the fees last session through the passage of House Bill 137, which received broad support from user groups. The new rates mark the first time in 24 years that hunting license […]
  • CONCORD, N.H. — The Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire had another successful year for its annual Moose Permit Auction. The 2016 Auction raised $33,009, with the money earmarked for eight grants supporting programs of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. The two top bids were $16,002 and $17,001.99. Both bidders have supported the […]

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