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Temporary Hunting Rules To Become Permanent in Minnesota

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is accepting comments through Feb. 25 on a number of hunting regulations, including many temporary rules that would added to state game and fish laws this year. The proposals cover a variety of areas pertaining to deer registration; deer licenses, deer zone descriptions,…


2008 West Virginia Buck Season Fact Sheet

The West Virginia buck season is November 24 – December 6. It is open in all counties except Logan, Mingo, McDowell and Wyoming. Approximately 320,000 licensed hunters will be in West Virginia’s woods during this season. Hunters should review the 2008-2009 Hunting and Trapping Regulations Summary for detailed instructions concerning…


November 15 Marks DNR’s 14th Annual Maryland Junior Deer Hunt Day

Annapolis, Md. — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources invites junior hunters to try deer hunting and refine their hunting skills during Maryland’s 14th Annual Junior Deer Hunt Day on Saturday, November 15, 2008. White-tailed and sika deer firearms hunting will be open exclusively to hunters aged 16 years and…


California DFG Checkpoints Are Successful

The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) inspected 132 vehicles Oct. 26 at two border station checkpoints to help prevent transport of chronic wasting disease (CWD). The checkpoints were conducted at the Truckee station on Interstate 80 in Nevada County and the Long Valley station on U.S. Route 395 in…


Pennsylvania Game Commission Uses Growing Greener II Monies to Improve Public Shooting Ranges on State Game Lands

HARRISBURG – Benefiting from Growing Greener II monies, Pennsylvania Game Commission officials today announced that the agency is nearing completion of its first major overhaul of public shooting ranges on State Game Lands, as it seeks to address lead remediation, repairs and safety issues.  “As hunters head off to the…


Michigan DNR Frequently Asked Questions About Hunting in the CWD Surveillance Zone in Kent County

The nine-township area of northwest Kent County surrounding the captive deer facility that produced a deer with chronic wasting disease – Tyrone, Solon, Nelson, Sparta, Algoma, Courtland, Alpine, Plainfield and Cannon — is the surveillance zone. What does that mean? All deer killed by hunters in the surveillance zone must…


Iowa’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman Workshop Set for Sept. 19 – 21

Iowa’s annual Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshop will be held September 19-21, at the Springbrook Conservation Educations Center, approximately 1 ½ hours west of Des Moines. The 2 ½-day workshop provides women a comfortable environment and beautiful setting to learn outdoor skills they may not normally try. BOW is…


New Year Underway For Mentored Youth Hunting Program In Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe today reminded experienced hunters, who have historically helped pass along the state’s rich hunting heritage, that the new license year means another year to begin introducing youths to hunting through the Mentored Youth Hunting Program (MYHP). “Pennsylvania’s hunters have a…


Special Deer Hunts for Youth and Hunters With Disabilities Set for Fall In Michigan

The Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that special deer hunting seasons have been set for youth and hunters with disabilities. “We realize there are people who are interested in hunting but are unable to participate without some assistance,” said DNR Director Rebecca Humphries. “These hunts are designed for a…


Summer Is A Good Time To Take A Hunter Safety Course

CHEYENNE-During the summer months the completion of a hunter safety course is often the last thing on the mind of many young or first time hunters. But, according to hunter education coordinator Jim Dawson, the summer is one of the best times to complete Wyoming’s hunter safety requirement. Even though…