Carlisle hunter Donn Reid has only been hunting coyotes for three years and had yet to shoot one
Hunting Top Story
The legislation that supporters of the state’s wolf hunt hoped wouldn’t come – but figured would come – is here.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is testing how well a vaccine for chronic wasting disease will work in elk.
DNR will hold a series of public meetings in coming months to allow hunters their say on the future of the state’s deer herd.
With Wisconsin’s and Minnesota’s first modern-day wolf hunts in the books, animals rights groups wasted no time in filing a federal lawsuit
24 incidents, two fatalities
Hunters in the southeastern part of the state are more supportive than they have been in the past of regulations that require them to shoot only bucks that have at least four antler points on one side
Deer archery season ended Feb. 3, bringing the white-tailed deer season to a close
Three Franklin County men received jail time for operating a bogus hunting guide service that poached at least nine deer and duped hunters
Michigan’s deer, grouse, and other wildlife programs are in line for record federal funding in 2013
The worst fears about chronic wasting disease in Pennsylvania have not been realized, Walt Cottrell told game commissioners here recently.
DNR suspends hunt indefinitely
Animal right activists protested a hunting convention in Las Cruces on Saturday to express outrage over an unrelated coyote hunting contest late last year in New Mexico.
It was the question lingering the halls of recent outdoor sports shows in Marion, Chicago and Schaumburg.
On the heels of an aerial survey that showed the moose population in the state’s northeastern corner has dropped by 35 percent since last year – and 52 percent since 2010 – the DNR announced today it will not hold a moose hunt unless the population recovers.
Montana wildlife officials are abandoning efforts to shut down gray wolf hunting and trapping just outside the gates of Yellowstone National Park.
A proposal that would raise antler point minimums for bucks in 12 more northern Lower Peninsula counties, aimed at boosting the number of mature bucks, is headed for the Natural Resources Commission.
Du Page County has joined an exclusive club state deer biologists had hoped would never expand membership
Wisconsin’s sportsmen and women would do well to keep checking the radar for new legislation that might change the face of the archery deer season
Trailing timber wolves with hounds will be allowed during the 2013 wolf season following a Jan. 4 ruling by Dane County Circuit Court Judge Peter C. Anderson.
The 14-point white-tailed buck shot by William “Dusty” Gerrits, of Waupun, on the morning of Nov. 6, 2012, is not only the biggest typical buck tagged by a bow-hunter in Fond du Lac County.
Will lead to changes in fall seasons
Montana officials were due in state court Monday to ask a judge to reinstate a temporary ban against the hunting and trapping of gray wolves near Yellowstone National Park.
Hunters report killing 200 bison during the just-completed bison hunting season in northwest Wyoming.
It must have looked like a law enforcement convention with 38 Wyoming wildlife officials all gathered in one spot.
North Dakota is making only 180 any-deer bow licenses available to out-of-state hunters this year.