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Hunting and Trapping Opportunities For Winter in Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe reminds hunters and trappers that they still have a mixed bag of seasons from which to choose after the statewide firearms deer season concludes on Saturday, Dec. 13.  They include seasons for deer, snowshoe hare, ruffed grouse, squirrel, cottontail, pheasant,…


Bear Hunters Harvest Stands at Fifth Highest in Pennsylvania History So Far

Archery bear hunt results in a harvest of 68 HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission preliminary bear harvest figures show that 2,936 bears were taken during the recently completed three-day season (Nov. 24-26), and an additional 68 bears were harvested during the two-day archery bear harvest (Nov. 19-20). So far, the…


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…


N.H. Fall Shotgun Turkey Season Is October 13-17, 2008

CONCORD, N.H. – New Hampshire’s five-day fall shotgun turkey hunting season takes place Monday through Friday, October 13-17, 2008, in select Wildlife Management Units (WMUs) in the Connecticut River Valley and southwest portions of the state (WMUs D1, D2, G, H1, H2, I1, I2 and K).  These areas have New…


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…


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…


Antlerless Deer License Application Process Begins For Hunters

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe reminds hunters the agency will begin accepting regular antlerless deer license applications from resident hunters beginning Aug. 4, and nonresidents on Aug. 18.  Antlerless deer license applications must be sent to the Game Commission via 22 different Post Office boxes…


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…


Vermont Antlerless Deer Hunt Applications Available Online

Waterbury, VT – Vermont’s antlerless deer hunting lottery applications for the muzzleloader season are now available on the Fish & Wildlife Department’s website and at license agents statewide. The permits are only for “antlerless deer,” which is defined as deer without antlers or with antlers less than three inches long….


Apply For Antlerless Big Game Permits

Hunt applications will be available starting June 2 You might have a better chance at drawing a cow elk, cow moose or doe pronghorn hunting permit this year. Utah’s elk, moose and pronghorn populations are doing well, and the number of permits offered for each species has been increased for…