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New Record Holder Dale Miller of Panama, Oklahoma / 14 lbs. 13.7 oz.

Oklahomas’ Cedar Lake Produces 2nd State Record Largemouth Bass In Under 12 Months

Cedar Lake in southeast Oklahoma has produced its second state record largemouth bass in less than one year. The new record was caught Wednesday, March 13 by Dale Miller of Panama, Okla., and weighed 14 lbs. 13.7 oz. Miller caught the bass at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday on a Hawg Hunter…


Four Oklahoma Youth Win Outdoor Getaways Through Writing Contest

Youth from Vinita, Collinsville, Edmond and Leedey have been awarded outdoor getaways for winning an outdoor writing contest designed to help youth share their hunting heritage. Contestants in the annual youth writing contest — sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and the Oklahoma Station Chapter of Safari Club…


Holidays Mean Additional Antlerless Deer Hunting Opportunities For Sportsmen Throughout Oklahoma

Hunters having withdrawals now that deer gun season is over will be happy to know that, for the seventh year in a row, they will have an additional six days of antlerless deer gun hunting during the holidays. The season dates will be right before the Christmas and New Year’s…


Oklahoma Hunters Enjoy Upswing in Quail Populations

Reports from hunters say 2008 is proving to be a good year to be a quail hunter. In fact, hunters are reporting better hunting than they have enjoyed in a long time. This summer’s weather has for the most part been favorable for quail reproduction, and reports from landowners and…


Pheasant Season Opens December 1 in Oklahoma

With deer, quail, and several small game seasons in full swing across Oklahoma, sportsmen may wonder if it could get any better — it can. Dec. 1 brings with it yet another hunting opportunity — pheasant season. “From our surveys and reports from the field it looks like this pheasant…


Oklahoma Muzzleloader Deer Season Nears

While deer archery hunters are already afield hunting, hunters await the opening of the 2008 deer muzzleloader season slated for Oct. 25. Muzzleloader season spans nine days (Oct. 25 – Nov. 2). The modern gun season opens Nov. 22 and runs for 16 days. Archery season remains open through Jan….


ATV Course Shows Expo Guests A Thrill; One Visitor To Win a John Deere Gator

 Many outdoorsmen know the value of a good utility vehicle, but those who don’t can test-drive one at this year’s Oklahoma Wildlife Expo, and one lucky sportsman will take one home with them. The fourth annual Oklahoma Wildlife Expo is slated for Sept. 26-28 at the Lazy E Arena, just…


Two New Bird Species Spotted in Oklahoma

On Wednesday, Sept. 3, seven species of birds that are rare in Oklahoma were spotted at Red Slough Wildlife Management Area in southeast Oklahoma. Two of these – Cory’s Shearwater and Sooty Tern – had never been seen in the state before. The Cory’s Shearwater and the Sooty Tern are…


Waterfowl Seasons Set in Oklahoma; STEP Receives Donation

Waterfowl hunters will get another generous duck and goose season now that the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission has set the dates and limits for the 2008-09 migratory bird hunting season. “The federal framework sets our guidelines for the season, and then we set our season according to our situation,” said…


Pre-register for Wildlife Expo; Win Huge Prizes

The fourth annual Oklahoma Wildlife Expo is slated for Sept. 26-28, but those planning to attend can pre-register now for the event at wildlifedepartment.com and secure their chance at one of several great prizes. “Tens of thousands of people show up to the Expo each year, but those who take…