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Fall Turkey Season Concludes in Ohio

COLUMBUS, OH – Ohio’s fall wild turkey season ended November 30 with 1,692, birds killed during the seven-week season. Ashtabula County led the state with 130 birds taken, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife.   Fall turkey hunters enjoyed expanded opportunities this year. They…


Pennsylvania Game Commission Removes Protection on Feral Swine

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe recently rescinded protection on feral swine found in the wild in Butler, Bedford and Cambria counties. “In May, when we removed protection on feral swine in Pennsylvania, we maintained the protection on them in Butler, Bedford and Cambria counties to…


Pennsylvania Game Commission Announces Results of October Board Meetings

BOARD TAKES STEP TO EXPAND MENTORED YOUTH OPPORTUNITIES HARRISBURG – Taking a step forward to grow the agency’s popular Mentored Youth Hunting Program (MYHP), the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave final approval to add coyotes to the list of species that may be hunted by youths under the…


Crossbows: Coming to a Treestand Near You?

Did you know that only two states in the country do not allow the use of a crossbow for hunting? Did you know that only four states place an age restriction on crossbow use? Did you know that New Jersey is one of 17 states that allow physically challenged hunters…


Crossbow Permit Changes Adopted by Michigan Natural Resources Commission

Hunters with permanent disabilities will find it simpler to attain a crossbow permit as the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) streamlined the application process and redefined eligibility requirements at its August meeting in Lansing. The NRC adopted recommendations from its crossbow disability workgroup, which worked for four months to develop new…


Ask the Wyoming Game and Fish – 6/9/2008

Question. What are the regulations for bowfishing for carp and suckers? Answer. Carp and suckers are nongame fish and as such, they can be taken with a bow and arrow or crossbow and there is no limit.  It is illegal, however, to take game fish with archery equipment.  A listing…