A crowd of over 100 gathered to hear a proposal
Warm fall makes latter part of season a bust
American Indian tribes, conservation groups and some scientists tying up a decision on lifting protections for more than 700 grizzlies
Hunters took 697 black bears during the 81 days of the two-part early and late bear seasons. There also were no hunting-related shooting incidents.
Coyote season never closes, but typically gears up in the winter, after other seasons close
Hunters may make reservations now for additional hunting opportunities this month
A simple shooting practice session with the .22 before a winter rabbit and squirrel hunt produced accuracy and a full game pouch
Texas is home to one chapter of Pheasants Forever, nine chapters of Quail Forever, and over 1,900 members of “The Habitat Organization.”
Scheduled Jan. 13-14 in Emporia, Kan.
DNR managers say the cost of tracking and monitoring CWD is worth it as the state has been able to keep the deer disease at bay compared to neighboring states
Fall pre-established harvest sub-quota for the districts have been met
But still some time for furbearer and goose seasons
This might be the most Nebraska version of the farm-to-table trend yet as hunters will eat local food prepared by a local chef while hunting local food less than an hour from Omaha
Only three winners are picked each year.
‘Efforts have significantly reduced the incidence of trespassing and unauthorized hunting since they began and have strengthened the relationships between CSX and the Maryland and West Virginia natural resources departments.’
Nearly 900 bears taken — 34 percent above the preceding five-year average of 668 bears, 19 percent above 2015.
Challenges ban on non-hunting firearms.
Sign-up is open now for the event, scheduled March 4 at Pere Marquette State Park.
Whether the storm will impact ice conditions remains to be seen, but agencies such as the Iowa Department of Natural Resources continued to preach ice safety.
The state closed the World Shooting and Recreation Complex in
Sparta last year due to the ongoing state budget issues. While it has
managed to keep the Grand American trapshooting championships, news has
come that at least one other popular event is leaving.
Public land traditions, opportunities and access form the center point of a new alliance.
Large number of attendees expected at Jan. 5 meeting, the fourth public meeting related to the proposed shooting range.
The SSSF has signed a three-year agreement with the Cardinal Shooting Center to hold its annual July championships from 2017-2019.
And opportunities to harvest more deer still await.
A valid private-land antlerless deer license is required for this season, which runs through Jan. 1, 2017.
Still, deer harvest down 6 percent from 2015.