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  • As part of continuously evaluating flooded areas, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has extended the temporary closure for hunting within four (4) of the original five (5) coastal plain drainage systems on all game species except for alligator, doves, hogs and coyotes. The temporary closure on the Wateree – Congaree Drainage will expire […]
  • CONCORD, N.H. — For nine exciting days, from October 17 to 25, 2015, 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 105 permit holders were drawn in this year’s lottery, randomly selected by computer from a pool […]
  • JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds hunters that it has expanded pheasant hunting in Missouri from only the northern half of the state and a portion of the southeast to statewide starting with this year’s fall hunting season. Pheasant hunting starts with a youth-only weekend on Oct. 24-25 followed by […]
  • DOVER – To promote and provide additional hunting opportunities, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife has designated four future Saturdays as special waterfowl, deer, and turkey hunting days for youth hunters ages 10 through 15 on both public and private lands statewide. Non-ambulatory disabled hunters can also take advantage of these additional hunting opportunities on […]
  • Michigan’s early elk season is now over, leaving many happy hunters with full freezers and memories for a lifetime. “It was perfect! The hunt was above and beyond my expectations, very thorough and very professional,” said Dale Grelewicz of Twin Lakes. Grelewicz harvested his once-in-a-lifetime bull elk, with his wife Jeanne at his side, on […]
  • AUSTIN — Attention hunters: that dream hunt of a lifetime could be coming your way this year if you’ve entered Big Time Texas Hunts. If you haven’t applied, there’s still time before the October 15 deadline. The Lone Star State boasts some of the finest hunting anywhere in the country, and the Texas Parks and […]
  • NASHVILLE — All 400 permits were issued at a Saturday hand-held drawing to participate in Tennessee’s third sandhill crane hunt. The drawing was held at the Birchwood Community Center in north Hamilton County. As a result of the drawing, there are no leftover permits to issue this week at Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency regional offices. […]
  • Seven lucky waterfowl hunters will win more than $1,500 dollars in prizes just by hunting at three of Michigan’s seven managed waterfowl areas this fall. The Wetland Wonders Challenge, sponsored by Consumers Energy, will begin Oct. 10 and continue through Jan. 31, 2016. Seven winners will be chosen to win ultimate waterfowl hunting prize packages […]
  • PHOENIX — Quail hunting in Arizona is pretty much boom or bust – and, lately, it’s been more “bust” than “boom.” That cycle might be about to change. Timely rainfall last winter gave quail populations — particularly Gambel’s, the best-known and most widespread of the state’s three main species — a much-needed boost. That led […]
  • Hunters traveling outside Vermont to hunt deer or elk need to keep in mind that the regulation designed to protect Vermont’s wild deer from chronic wasting disease remains in effect, according to a reminder from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department. Chronic wasting disease (CWD) is a fatal disease of the brain and nervous system […]
  • MONTPELIER, Vt. — The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is providing the following list of certified leashed tracking dog owners who will help locate deer, bear or moose that have been shot during hunting season but not yet recovered. The leashed tracking dog owners must pass an extensive exam administered by Fish & Wildlife in […]
  • SALEM, Ore. — The Fish and Wildlife Commission will meet Oct. 8-9 in Florence to adopt 2016 big game hunting regulations and hear an updated Biological Status Review for wolves. The Commission meeting on Friday, Oct. 9 starts at 8 a.m. at the Driftwood Shores Resort, 88416 First Avenue. The meeting agenda is online at […]
  • California’s general hunting season opener for chukar will be on Saturday, Oct. 17. The season remains open through Jan. 31, with a daily bag limit of six and triple the daily bag in possession. Originally native to southern Eurasia, the chukar (also known as partridge) was brought from Pakistan in 1932 to be a game […]
  • Hunters in western and south-central Minnesota can access a total 22,800 acres through the Walk-In Access program that allows public hunting on private land, representing an increase of 1,700 acres this year. “This program is great for those hunting pheasants, upland birds, deer and other game because hunters gain access to land without having to […]
  • Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has announced the Opening Days of the upcoming fall firearms hunting seasons. Peak hunting during these seasons occurs during early morning and late afternoon, primarily during the period from mid-October through mid-December. The fall firearms turkey season opens statewide on Saturday, October 3, and continues through October […]
  • DOVER – New state wildlife area maps with updated regulations for each area are now available for the 2015/2016 hunting seasons, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced today. The maps and area-specific regulations are also available online at Delaware Hunting Maps Hunters should note that two wildlife areas have been renamed since last […]
  • South Dakota big game hunters are reminded that it is illegal for anyone to place any salt or salt lick or construct, occupy, or use any screen, blind, scaffold, or other device at or near any salt or salt lick for the purposes of enticing or baiting big game animals to the same for the […]
  • Montana antelope populations are continuing to recover and grow from previous years’ winter kills and low fawn numbers in central and eastern Montana. This year, there are even a few more special licenses available reflecting that improving status. Successful antelope-license applicants may recognize increased fawn production in many areas as populations respond to this year’s […]

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