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DWR proposes decreasing 2021 general-season deer permits

DWR proposes decreasing 2021 general-season deer permits

By Utah Division of Wildlife Resources

DWR biologists are recommending a decrease in the number of general-season permits for the 2021 deer hunt, and are asking for the public’s feedback on that proposal and a variety of other big game proposals. They are proposing a total of 74,775 general-season deer hunting permits, which is a 4,900-permit decrease from the previous y... READ MORE

2020 deer season is second largest since 1922

2020 deer season is second largest since 1922

By New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

The 2020 New Hampshire Wildlife Harvest Summary, now available, reports the state’s 2020 deer season as a total harvest of 13,044 deer. This year’s adult (antlered) buck harvest of 7,986 deer was the second largest documented in the state since recordkeeping began in 1922. Archers took 3,785 deer, the youth weekend accounted for 2... READ MORE

Will the upcoming spring turkey season match 2020 records?

Will the upcoming spring turkey season match 2020 records?

By Iowa Department of Natural Resources

Will Iowa’s 2021 spring turkey season challenge the record-breaking harvest and hunter participation of 2020? Even if it’s not repeated the 2021 spring turkey season has plenty of opportunities. “We had good turkey production and poult survival over much of the state, but especially in southeast Iowa, which is good news for hunter... READ MORE

Android SC Game Check users must update their app

Android SC Game Check users must update their app

By South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

Following numerous reports that Android phone users could not report their turkey harvest as required, the DNR advises all Android smartphone users to delete and reinstall the SC Game Check app. The update does not impact iPhone users. The DNR apologizes for inconvenience this may cause hunters.Because many Android phones have different software a... READ MORE

Turkey hunters must report harvest by app, website or phone

Turkey hunters must report harvest by app, website or phone

By South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

SC Game Check, a new electronic harvest reporting system designed to track wild turkey harvest on a daily, county-by-county basis, is required by law, and all turkey hunters must report their harvest by midnight on the day of harvest. The quick, easy, and free system for reporting harvests can be made using a smartphone app, the website portal or ... READ MORE

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