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Apply for 2012 fishing tournament permits starting April 1

MADISON – Organizers of fishing tournaments planning events for 2012 can apply for their permits starting April 1, 2011. “If you plan on holding a tournament in 2012, we recommend that you apply in the open period that starts April 1 and runs through June 30 to have the best…


Experimental February Canada Goose Season To Be Continued in Indiana

The experimental February Canada goose hunting season that started last year in selected counties in an attempt to better control the population of the breeding waterfowl around urban areas will continue in 2009, as the result of the DNR’s passing a temporary rule. Counties where geese can be hunted during…


Hunters Prepare For Second Firearm Deer Season in Illinois December 4-7

Hunters in Illinois Harvest 71,894 Deer During First Weekend of Firearm Deer Season SPRINGFIELD , IL – Hunters in Illinois harvested a preliminary total of 71,894 deer during the opening weekend of the 2008 Illinois Firearm Deer season, Nov. 21-23, Illinois Department of Natural Resources Acting Director Sam Flood announced…


Wisconsin’s 2008 Black Bear Season Harvest

Permits to increase by 50 percent for 2009 season MADISON — Preliminary figures indicate hunters harvested more than 2,900 black bears in Wisconsin during the 2008 bear hunting season. This figure is expected to increase slightly in the next month as remaining registration data is entered and is very close…


TPWD to Consider Sweeping Deer Hunting Regulation Changes

AUSTIN, Texas -The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has transitioned away from political boundaries for the purpose of monitoring white-tailed deer populations and toward biologically-based communities or Resource Management Units (RMUs). The department has identified 33 unique RMUs across the state having similar soils, vegetation types and land use practices…


NY DEC to Issue Deer Management Permits

Hunters Previously Denied May Receive Deer Management Permits Through Correction Process – UNCLAIMED PERMITS ALSO AVAILABLE ON NOVEMBER 1 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis today announced that approximately 10,000 Deer Management Permits (DMPs) will be issued to hunters who were previously denied permits earlier…


DNR, Corps monitoring high hazard dams

The Department of Natural Resources and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have paired up this week to check privately owned high hazard dams in 20 flood-affected counties of southern Indiana. Significant progress has been made in evaluating the dams and determining if any emergency steps need to be taken….


DNR Issues Emergency Rule for Flood Relief

Flood victims got a measure of relief Wednesday when DNR Director Robert E. Carter,  Jr. announced an emergency rule that temporarily suspends permit requirements for certain reconstruction activities and debris removal in flooded areas. “Gov. Mitch Daniels has directed state agencies to act quickly to provide relief to Hoosiers affected…