Hunting News

Deer reduction zone, youth season soon open

Deer reduction zone, youth season soon open

By Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Deer Reduction Zones, previously called urban zones, give hunters opportunities to harvest deer in defined urban areas and along portions of Indiana highways, in addition to harvests allowed within statewide bag limits elsewhere in Indiana. To view an interactive map of zone locations, click here. There is a statewide bag limit of 10 for deer harvested in...

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CWD info updated prior to season opening Sept. 15

CWD info updated prior to season opening Sept. 15

By Missouri Department of Conservation

With deer hunting opening for archery season on Sept. 15 and firearms portions in the coming months, the Department of Conservation assures hunters, landowners and others of its continuing efforts to limit the spread of CWD in Missouri deer. MDC has found 116 cases of CWD in Missouri since 2012 out of more than 100,000 deer sampled so the disease remains r...

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Recent Hunting News

Deer suspected to be CWD-positive in Tipton County
Deer suspected to be CWD-positive in Tipton County

By Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency

A deer collected in Tipton County has tested suspect-positive for chronic wasting disease. If confirmed, this would change Tipton County from being a high-risk CWD county to a CWD positive county. Tipton County is already a part of Unit CWD... READ MORE


Exotic African wild cat captured
Exotic African wild cat captured

By New Mexico Department of Game and Fish

Fish and wildlife agencies in every state battle exotic nonnative or invasive species of all types, but on Sept. 5 one of the more unusual exotics was captured near Hyde Memorial State Park in Santa Fe. A number of park staff members, visit... READ MORE


Interior opens hunting, fishing access on 1.4 million acres
Interior opens hunting, fishing access on 1.4 million acres

By United States Department of Interior

Kicking off this year’s hunting season and continuing efforts to increase recreational access on public lands, U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt said new hunting and fishing opportunities have been opened on more than 1.4... READ MORE


New laws affect feral hog hunting, licenses in effect
New laws affect feral hog hunting, licenses in effect

By Texas Parks and Wildlife

Feral hogs are so loathed by landowners in Texas for their habitat destroying behavior that since Sept. 1, landowners won’t need a hunting license to pursue them on private property. The new law removes even more obstacles from contro... READ MORE


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