Hunting News

Hunters reminded about proper deer carcass disposal

Hunters reminded about proper deer carcass disposal

By Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Hunters throughout the state are being reminded to properly dispose of carcasses from harvested deer to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases in deer. This is particularly important for those taken inside the Trans-Pecos, South Central and Panhandle CWD Containment and Surveillance Zones. “Because many hunters process their ...

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Fall mule deer survey begins

Fall mule deer survey begins

By North Dakota Game and Fish Department

The Game and Fish Department’s annual fall aerial mule deer survey began Oct. 14 in western North Dakota. Weather permitting, the survey will take a week to complete. During the survey period, people could notice low-flying small airplanes over some parts of the badlands. Game and Fish biologists have completed aerial surveys of the same 24 badlands ...

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Recent Hunting News

Rangers seeking bandit who stole Smokey Bear sign
Rangers seeking bandit who stole Smokey Bear sign

By New York Department of Environmental Conservation

Forest rangers are investigating the theft of a new commemorative sign that was recently installed on Smokey Bear's 75th anniversary. Rangers are asking for the public's assistance regarding the destruction and theft of a sign erected at th... READ MORE


Lower hunter participation continues in small game hunting
Lower hunter participation continues in small game hunting

By Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

The most recent DNR small game hunter survey reveals the fewest number of hunters pursuing species like grouse, waterfowl and squirrels since the DNR began keeping track of these figures in 1969. Small game license sales have been trending... READ MORE


Congressional Sportsmen, conservation groups urge new CRP implementation
Congressional Sportsmen, conservation groups urge new CRP implementation

By Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation

On October 2, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation, with 35 other conservation organizations, sent a letter  to United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Secretary Sonny Perdue urging the USDA to fully implement the Farm... READ MORE


Primitive weapons deer season open Oct. 12
Primitive weapons deer season open Oct. 12

By Georgia Department of Natural Resources

The week-long primitive weapons deer hunting season opens Oct. 12. Last year, almost 30,000 hunters took to the woods with muzzleloaders, bringing in more than 5,000 deer, according to the Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Res... READ MORE


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