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Sherburne WMA Youth Hunters Experience Success in Louisiana

Sherburne WMA Youth Hunters Experience Success in Louisiana

The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) conducted six youth lottery deer hunts and three youth lottery waterfowl hunts on Sherburne Wildlife Management Area (WMA) during the 2012-13 hunting season. Thirty young hunters were chosen for deer hunts during October and December on the WMA’s South Farm Area. Each…


Commission Hears Comments on Hunting Rules In Washington

MOSES LAKE – The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission heard public comments on proposed hunting rules, and approved a water-rights transfer in Okanogan County during a public meeting here March 9-10   More than three-dozen people testified on new hunting rules proposed for the 2012-14 seasons. Those proposals range from…


Kansas Is Hunter’s Heaven For Winter Waterfowl

Good duck hunting still ahead; goose seasons extend into February PRATT — Avid Kansas waterfowl hunters never worry about the post-holiday blues. For them, January and February mean some of the best hunting of the year. Late-migrating mallards are often abundant when shallow waters freeze, and mallards concentrate on rivers…


Waterfowl Season Reopens in Southern Michigan

Waterfowl hunters will have 30 days of Canada goose hunting and two days of duck hunting across most of southern Michigan beginning Saturday, Jan. 3, the Department of Natural Resources announced today. The two-day duck season corresponds to the opening weekend of the late Canada goose season, as it has…


Waterfowl Hunters Should Wear Life Jackets

Waterfowl hunters throughout Indiana are being strongly reminded by Indiana Conservation Officers, that a life jacket will not work unless it is being worn.  “Our ‘Wear It’ campaign to promote life jacket use is not just for the warm weather months” said Michael Crider, director of the Department of Natural…


Thanksgiving Turkey? How About Duck, Venison, Salmon, Clams or Crab?

General turkey-hunting seasons are closed for the year, but hunters and anglers still have plenty of opportunities to contribute to the Thanksgiving Day feast in the days ahead. The late buck season – already under way in Eastern Washington – gets started tomorrow (Nov. 13) on the west side of…


North Carolina Waterfowl Hunters Urged to Use Caution on the Water

RALEIGH, N.C.  – Waterfowl hunters are reminded by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission to use basic safety precautions when boating. Capt. Chris Huebner, the state’s hunting and boating safety coordinator, recommends the following guidelines: Wear a proper personal flotation device and insist that passengers wear one also. Be aware that…


Florida Duck Hunting Rules Change on Tallahassee Area Lakes

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) passed two rules in September that may affect Tallahassee area duck hunters.  Under the first change, waterfowl hunters may now use internal combustion motors of 10 horsepower or less on Lake Miccosukee in Leon and Jefferson counties.  Motor restrictions during the waterfowl…


Minnesota State Parks Holding Special Resource Management Deer Hunts

Thirty-five Minnesota state parks will be holding special resource management deer hunts this fall. Access to the public will be varied around the state during the special hunts. Fifteen parks will be open to all visitors during this time and eight will have limited public access. Twelve parks will be…


Arkansas in Second Year of Project to Test Convenience of Electronic Duck Stamp

LITTLE ROCK – In an effort to make federal duck stamp purchasing more convenient, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is beginning the second year of a three year program to test electronic stamps. The AGFC, in partnership with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, is testing the pilot program…