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Colorado Landowners Can Earn Extra Income From Hunting Leases

LAMAR, Colo. – The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is looking for land to lease in southeast Colorado for the 2009 hunting seasons.  The DOW’s Big Game Access Program (BGAP) is in the third year of a three-year pilot program.    This pilot is focused on deer and pronghorn hunting…


New Signs Help Platte River Rafters

LARAMIE– Boaters on the North Platte River in the Laramie region should find it easier to navigate the waters, thanks to new signs recently installed by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and members of the Platte Valley Chapter of Trout Unlimited. New red and blue signs designating private and…


Pennsylvania Bowhunters Await Fall Deer Archery Season

HARRISBURG – There really isn’t much commotion in the days leading up to and for the start of Pennsylvania’s six-week fall archery deer season, which begins Oct. 4. According to the Pennsylvania Game Commission, if passersby didn’t see bowhunters entering or leaving the woods, most wouldn’t know whitetail hunting had…


Colorado DOW Seeks Input On Pronghorn Hunting Regs

The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) will hold public meetings Sept. 19 and 23 to gather input regarding potential changes to pronghorn hunting regulations.  The Sept. 19 meeting is 6 – 9 p.m. at the Limon Community Building at 477 “D” Ave. in Limon.  The Sept. 23 meeting is from…


Improved Hunter/Landowner Relations–How Hunters Can Address 12 Landowner Concerns Related To Public Hunting Access

The Private Land/Public Wildlife Council, a group of 15 citizens including hunters, landowners, outfitters, legislators, and an FWP Commissioner appointed by Governor Schweitzer to make recommendations regarding hunting and fishing access issues, has identified the top twelve concerns among landowners related to public hunting access and how hunters could address…


North Dakota Landowners Seek Doe Hunters

North Dakota Game and Fish Department big game biologist Bill Jensen is currently working with a number of landowners across the state who would like to host antlerless deer hunters in 2008. “We are hoping to match landowners who want a good deer harvest with antlerless whitetail and mule deer…


WMU’s 2E and 4B in Pennsylvania Sell Out of Antlerless Deer Licenses

HARRISBURG – Wildlife Management Units (WMU) 2E and 4B have exhausted their entire antlerless deer license allocations, announced Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe. As previously announced, antlerless deer license allocations for WMUs 1B, 2F and 2G have been exhausted. WMU 2E covers portions of Cambria, Clearfield, Indiana…


WMU 1B in Pennsylvania Sells Out of Antlerless Deer Licenses

Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 1B, covering all of Erie County, as well as portions of Crawford, Venango and Warren counties has exhausted its entire antlerless deer license allocation, announced Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe.  As previously announced, antlerless deer license allocations for WMUs 2F and 2G have…


PA WMU 2G Sells Out of Antlerless Deer Licenses

HARRISBURG – Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 2G, covering a large portion of northcentral Pennsylvania, has exhausted its entire antlerless deer license allocation as of today, announced Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe. Roe noted that this does not mean that hunters, both residents and nonresidents, are out of…


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…