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Marsh Hen, Teal Seasons Open Soon in South Carolina

The migratory bird hunting seasons for marsh hens (rails) and teal will soon open. The two-part season for marsh hens—including king, clapper, sora and Virginia rails—and common moorhens and purple gallinules will be from Sept. 15–Sept. 20 and Oct. 13–Dec. 15. The daily bag limit for king and/or clapper rails…


Connecticut DEP Announces Opening Days of Upcoming Fall Firearms Hunting Seasons

The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection has announced the Opening Days of upcoming fall firearms hunting seasons. Peak hunting occurs during early morning and late afternoon, primarily during the period from mid-October through mid-December. The fall firearms turkey season opens statewide on Saturday, October 4 and will continue through October…


Michigan DNR Shooting Ranges Help Hunters Prepare for Fall Hunting Seasons

With the advent of the fall hunting seasons, and as the firearm deer season draws near, now is the time for hunters to sight in their bows, rifles and shotguns at one of the Department of Natural Resources’ staff-operated shooting ranges. The DNR oversees six shooting ranges in southern Michigan,…


Five Most Common Hunting Violations

CHEYENNE– Every year as hunting seasons get underway, Game and Fish offices receive numerous questions about various game laws and what hunters can and cannot do while in the field. Some of the questions come from new residents who are not familiar with Wyoming law and how our laws may…


Alternate Plans For Early Bird Hunters in Place at the Skagit Wildlife Area

OLYMPIA – Hunters are advised that a portion of the Skagit Wildlife Area in northwest Washington will be closed to hunting through Oct. 3 due to ongoing work on a major estuary-restoration project at the mouth of the Skagit River. The 175-acre Headquarters Unit of the wildlife area is scheduled…


Hunters Should Be Aware of Nebraska Waterfowl Blind, Deer Stand Regulations

LINCOLN, Neb. – Fall hunting seasons are starting soon and hunters should understand regulations pertaining to the use of waterfowl blinds and deer stands. Ted Blume, administrator of the Nebraska Game and Parks Commissions Law Enforcement Division, said daily waterfowl blinds may be installed on state recreation areas (SRA) and…


Marsh Hen, Teal Seasons Open Soon in South Carolina

The migratory bird hunting seasons for marsh hens (rails) and teal will soon open. The two-part season for marsh hens—including king, clapper, sora and Virginia rails—and common moorhens and purple gallinules will be from Sept. 15–Sept. 20 and Oct. 13–Dec. 15. The daily bag limit for king and/or clapper rails…


FWC Announces 2008-09 Migratory Game Bird and Early Waterfowl Hunting Seasons

Crow Season: Aug. 9 – Oct. 26, 2008 (Saturdays and Sundays only) and Nov. 11, 2008 – Feb. 18, 2009 Shooting hours: One-half hour before sunrise to sunset Bag limit: No bag or possession limits Rail and common moorhen Season: Sept. 1 – Nov. 9, 2008 Shooting hours: One-half hour…


Going Hunting in Arkansas? Check For Road Closings and Detours First

LITTLE ROCK – Gustav is gone, the rains have abated, hunting seasons are underway – and Arkansas sportsmen are on the move. Save yourself a possible headache and check road conditions before you leave home, suggests the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Hunters and fishermen often travel across the state…


New Hampshire Hunting Digest: Your Guide to Hunting in the Granite State

CONCORD, N.H. – Fall is in the air, and some of New Hampshire’s hunting seasons are already underway.  The 2008-2009 New Hampshire Hunting Digest is hot off the press, with most everything you need to know about hunting in the Granite State.  The pocket-sized publication is available online at www.HuntNH.com…