Hunting News

Hunters reminded to tag and register harvested game

Hunters reminded to tag and register harvested game

By Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

Prior to presenting a bear, deer, moose or wild turkey for registration, a hunter may not possess or leave the animal in the field or forest unless they have securely attached a plainly visible tag to the animal with their name, address, and license number on the tag, according to MDIFW. Hunters can make their own tag to attach to the animal which must inc...

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Deer hunting seasons open Sept. 19-20

Deer hunting seasons open Sept. 19-20

By Michigan Department of Natural Resources

The early antlerless firearm season opens Sept. 19-20 on private lands only in all mainland Lower Peninsula deer management units. Find the open Deer Management Units here. Valid licenses for the early and late antlerless firearm deer seasons include a private-land antlerless deer license issued for the DMU upon which you are hunting, a Deer Management Ass...

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Recent Hunting News

Youth, disabled deer season opens Sept. 19
Youth, disabled deer season opens Sept. 19

By Iowa Department of Natural Resources

The Iowa deer hunting tradition will be passed on to about 10,000 young hunters who are participating in the youth deer season which opens on Sept. 19. The season is designed as a mentor-styled hunt, matching young hunters with a licensed ... READ MORE


Collared deer legal to harvest during fall deer seasons
Collared deer legal to harvest during fall deer seasons

By Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

During the 2020 hunting season, hunters may spot deer equipped with radio collars. Collared deer are part of a mortality study in the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and are legal to hunt with a standard Wisconsin hunting license ... READ MORE


Deer season for youth hunters opens Sept. 18
Deer season for youth hunters opens Sept. 18

By North Dakota Game and Fish Department

Deer season for youth hunters opens at noon Sept. 18, the start of a nine-and-a-half-day deer hunting season for licensed residents who turn age 11, 12 or 13 in 2020. They can hunt statewide for antlerless white-tailed deer. Resident deer g... READ MORE


Coyote hunting, invasive species control regulations revised
Coyote hunting, invasive species control regulations revised

By Missouri Department of Conservation

The Department of Conservation has updated regulations regarding the use of thermal imaging and night vision equipment to hunt coyotes and control feral hogs on private property. The regulations were updated at the recent Sept. 4 meeting of... READ MORE


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