Teal season is growing in popularity as hunters learn how fun it can be to pull out their decoys and calls and watch blue-winged teal rocket through the air.
The annual Youth Hunting Day is scheduled for September 22.
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s May and July waterfowl surveys indicate hunters can expect another large fall flight.
I've been working on an article about Illinois' updated baiting laws, and how they apply to waterfowl, deer and turkey hunters in the state. There have been a lot of changes over the past decade and after talking to several hunters for the piece, it's clear that many aren't familiar with the laws and how easy it is to be…
Applications are available for controlled waterfowl hunting permits to be used at two Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department wildlife management areas. Interested hunters must apply by Monday, September 17, 2012.
North Dakota’s two-day youth waterfowl season is Sept. 15-16. Legally licensed resident and nonresident youth waterfowl hunters age 15 and younger can hunt ducks, geese, coots and mergansers statewide.
September is a big month for Oklahoma bird hunters, and not just for those pursuing doves. The resident Canada goose and September teal seasons both open Sept. 8.
North Dakota’s swan lottery has been held and more than 300 licenses remain.
Waterfowl hunters will need to do some preseason scouting to find a place to hunt if the current drought conditions continue.
Big changes might be on goose-hunting horizon
Ups and downs associated with Illinois’ September goose season took a sharp turn toward the positive last year, data provided by the Illinois Natural History Survey suggests
State waterfowlers get another liberal season this fall – 60 days with a six-duck daily bag limit – that includes a five-day November closure in the northern zone.
Beginning Oct. 15, the AGFC will dismantle and remove blinds left on St. Francis Sunken Lands WMA and Big Lake WMA.
Hunter and angler numbers, after decades of decline across the nation, increased during the past five years, U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced last week.
Oklahoma waterfowl hunters could be headed into a very successful hunting season.
You can apply for a permit to hunt tundra swans in Utah this fall starting Aug. 27, 2012.
In addition to the chance to hunt for 107 days and take seven ducks a day, Utah’s duck hunters have something else to look forward to this fall—for the first time in several years, scaup ducks can be taken during the entire 107-day hunt.
The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has set final season dates and bag limits for the 2012-2013 waterfowl hunting season.
The regular-season waterfowl dates, as proposed to the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) by the Indiana DNR, are listed below.
The first changes in Indiana’s waterfowl hunting zones in more than 25 years will be in effect for the start of the regular waterfowl seasons this fall.
The Commission on Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks approved the dates and bag limits for the 2012-2013 waterfowl hunting seasons at its August 15 meeting in Jackson.
It is difficult to think of September as waterfowl hunting time, but it’s a reality.
The 2012-2013 Waterfowl Season dates are now available.
North Dakota goose hunters should take note of an exception made to state identification requirements for transporting geese when processed by commercial processors who comply with state and federal requirements.
The South Dakota Game Fish and Parks Commission has finalized two popular waterfowl hunting seasons.
North Dakota’s 2012 fall duck flight is expected to have twice as many birds as last year.