Salmon and trout anglers on Lake Huron could soon have another fish to target.
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Advocates seeking to overturn a new state law that could lead to wolf hunting in Michigan said recently they had collected more than enough petition signatures to require a statewide referendum.
The spread of chronic wasting disease to Pennsylvania’s wild deer herd is going to mean changes.
According to the Pennsylvania Game Commission, the state’s deer harvest this past hunting season was about average, and the number of doe licenses issued for this coming hunting season probably will be, too.
It would be somewhat true to say what’s good for pheasants is good for turkeys in Minnesota, but according to some DNR officials, both species are benefitting from a year of conditions favorable to boost their populations.
One of these springs, the gobblers are just going to surrender. I can see it now: a trio of longbeards marching back to my truck, wings behind their heads, just giving up before I even put a tag on them
First graduating class of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service enforcement canines will help in battle to halt protected species trafficking.
Ideas about the direction of wolf management in Wisconsin drew a wide variety of interested groups and individuals to the DNR’s Nevin office in Fitchburg on Saturday, March 23.
The spring turkey season in Ohio – April 22 to May 19 – is shaping up to be close to last year when Ohio hunters killed around 18,000 birds.
Michigan turkey hunters have tagged more than 30,000 gobblers each spring since 2000 and should continue that trend – weather-permitting – in the upcoming season, which begins April 22
The fate of hogs may soon once again be up in the air.
Two Illinois poaching cases involving three states, seven hunters and dozens of trophy deer reached an endpoint this month when those charged entered guilty pleas.
Despite court cases and lots of uncertainty, Wisconsin’s first wolf hunting and trapping season is in the books.
Even after the state held its first-ever regulated wolf hunting and trapping season, this much is clear: Both those who support it and those who don’t remain firmly entrenched in their positions
North Dakota wildlife officials are continuing to cut back on moose and elk licenses.
The head of Whitetails Unlimited in Ohio is opposed to some of the new deer regulations being proposed by the DNR Division of Wildlife.
Twelve-pointer tops old record by one-quarter inch
In recent years, Pennsylvania Game Commission officials have talked about when, not if, chronic wasting disease would show up in the state’s wild deer
Longer season. Shorter season. Bigger deer herd. Smaller deer herd.
New Natural Resources Board chairman Preston Cole had animal rights activist Patricia Randolph removed from a Feb. 26 meeting at which NRB members eventually agreed to make no changes to wolf/dog hunting rules.
Hunters and trappers could soon get their wish for a bobcat season south of State Hwy. 64.
Believing landowner interest, at least for now, had been thoroughly sought in the “original 21,” the DNR now will seek signups for its Walk-In Access program in 14 more counties
An October antlerless-only deer muzzleloader hunting season, extended hunting hours, and new bag limits were proposed to the Ohio Wildlife Council on Feb. 6, according to the DNR.
Special season would replace later, two-day gun weekend
With Wisconsin’s and Minnesota’s first modern-day wolf hunts in the books, and Michigan’s Legislature voting to make wolves a game animal, clearing the way for a future hunt
State wildlife officials are working with Michigan State University and Safari Club International to study the impact of epizootic hemorrhagic disease on Michigan deer