North Dakota’s Game and Fish Department is making just 65,300 deer licenses available for the 2012 season, a drop of more than 40 percent from last year
North Dakota’s 2012 deer season is set, with 65,300 licenses available to hunters this fall, 44,650 fewer than last year and the lowest since 1988.
A computer glitch has resulted in incomplete totals from data submitted online by Sitka blacktail deer hunters around Alaska, according to state officials
Mike Giarraputo is the first to tell anyone that his encounter and subsequent harvest of a buck that set a new state record might just be “one of the more uneventful big buck stories out there.”
The 2012 deer season will include an October four-day antlerless-only deer hunt in the CWD zone
The upcoming deer hunting seasons for the state have been set by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. The seasons were approved at today’s meeting of the Commission.
It seems we cannot get away from playing the blame game, suggesting they, not us, are the problem. We have seen the blame game in politics for longer than we care to remember. Tell everyone who will listen about all of the wrong things the other guys and gals have been doing. But leave us out of the guilty category….
MDWFP, in partnership with the Southwest Mississippi Quality Deer Management Association branch, is hosting a Deer Management Field Day on May 19th at Copiah County WMA near Hazlehurst.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department will hold two public hearings on white-tailed deer management in May to give Vermonters the opportunity to review 2011 hunting season results and discuss the details of the 2012 Antlerless Permitting and Youth Season Recommendations.
The Ohio Wildlife Council approved hunting and trapping regulations for the 2012-13 hunting seasons during its April 4 meeting, according to the DNR Division of Wildlife
Whether the discovery of CWD in Washburn County results in higher antlerless quotas this fall remains to be seen, but DNR officials on April 4 said they were well aware that deer units in that area already are close to goals.
Latest round of CWD testing in Ohio proves negative
Regional advisory teams are meeting to discuss deer management in southern Michigan, the northern Lower Peninsula, and the Upper Peninsula
Pennsylvania game commissioners gave more than they got this time.
The initial report from three contracted “deer trustees” listed five main issues from hunters and landowners, with “too many predators” being the No. 1 problem with the state’s deer program.
The Natural Resources Board (NRB) approved a DNR request to begin the process to re-establish a four-day, antlerless-only gun deer season in the CWD zone.
DEC’s five-year deer management plan has kept intact a proposed three-day youth deer hunt over the Columbus Day weekend, set for this fall pending final regulatory approval.
This unseasonably warm weather has me thinking one thing: deer. But, how do you get the deer? How do you keep the deer?
Deer report from Drs. James Kroll, David Guynn and Gary Alt.
An eastern Michigan man is facing poaching charges in two counties after he allegedly killed numerous bucks during the course of the 2011 deer season.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission recently reported that hunters harvested an estimated 336,200 deer in the state’s 2011-12 seasons, and that announcement ignited an uproar among many sportsmen.
White-tailed deer, like always, dominated the discussion when Game Commission Executive Director Carl Roe presented the agency’s annual report to the House Game and Fisheries Committee here March 7.
OKAY, SO WE DO get to do a little Animal Planet stuff after all. We catch deer. Every year from February through April, we gear up and head out to catch our quarry.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish (NMDGF) has informed Texas officials that three mule deer harvested a few miles from the Texas border last hunting season have tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).
Berlin Heights, Ohio – Daniel McGlothlin is fairly new to the sport of deer hunting. He’s been fairly lucky at it and his second buck proved to be the charm. On Nov. 11, McGlothlin, of Vermilion, killed an 18-point buck that would score in the 170s non-typical. It has a 20-inch inside spread. The deer weighed about 275 pounds. “It…
The time to decide how many buck deer permits will be available for hunts in Utah this fall is almost here.