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Dates and Registration Guidelines Announced for Four Archery Hunts to Control Deer Numbers in Oak Mountain State Park

For the fifth consecutive year, the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) will conduct regulated archery hunts to continue reducing deer numbers at Oak Mountain State Park. In an effort to streamline and increase efficiency, four single-day hunts are planned for December 10, 2008, December 17, 2008, January…


Wyoming Walk-in Hunting Atlas Now Available

CASPER– The 2008 walk-in hunting atlas is now available featuring hundreds of walk-in areas and thousands of acres where hunters can access private lands for a variety of species.    Hunters can obtain a copy of the walk-in atlas at Game and Fish offices and license agents throughout the state. Game…


Digest Errors Corrected on Agency’s Website Version

Each year, after the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners April meeting, agency staff rush to get 1.3 million copies of the annual digest of regulations printed for distribution to license buyers by mid-June.  Sometimes, an error gets through. “This year, we have found a few corrections that were not made…


Walk-In Fishing Areas Provide Additional Access

CHEYENNE–Additional fishing access is available to Wyoming anglers thanks to the walk-in fishing areas established by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.  Walk-in fishing areas are part of the same public access program that provides private land access through walk-in hunting areas. Game and Fish statewide access coordinator Matt Buhler…


Deer Permits May Be Purchased June 9

LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters are reminded to pick up a copy of the 2008 Nebraska Big Game Guide before June 9. At 1 p.m. CST that day, they may begin to purchase deer hunting permits. The guide gives hunters all the information they will need to purchase permits, including season…


Interesting Facts About Montana’s Fishing Access Sites

FASs that allow camping = 105.   An overnight camping fee is only charged at 53 of them. FASs fully ADA accessible = 50 FASs located on lakes and reservoirs = 50.   The remaining are on streams & rivers. Largest FAS = Thompson Chain of Lakes at 2, 290 acres Smallest…