Hunting News

Deer hunters advised to stay ‘tick smart’

Deer hunters advised to stay ‘tick smart’

By Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

When Vermonters head out for deer season this fall, they are being reminded to be tick smart to prevent Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.  Hunters are gearing up for the start of Vermont’s traditionally popular 16-day rifle deer season that begins Nov. 10 and ends Nov. 25.  “There are more deer in Vermont than there have ...

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Hunters advised to use free landowner permits properly

Hunters advised to use free landowner permits properly

By Missouri Department of Conservation

Each year, Missouri conservation agents find numerous cases of misuse of landowner permit privileges.The Department of Conservation reminds those who use its free resident landowner permits for deer and turkey hunting to comply with the Wildlife Code of Missouri by being sure they qualify for the permits, and use them properly. Free resident landowner perm...

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Recent Hunting News

77 percent of hunters successful during moose hunt
77 percent of hunters successful during moose hunt

By New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

The 2018 moose season wrapped up with hunters taking a total of 41 moose—35 bulls and 6 cows, according to preliminary numbers from Kristine Rines, Department moose biologist. That means that hunters achieved a 77 percent success rate... READ MORE


EHD outbreak claims more than 400 deer
EHD outbreak claims more than 400 deer

By Illinois Department of Natural Resources

As of October 29, the Department of Natural Resources had received reports of 432 suspected cases of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) in white-tailed deer so far in 2018. EHD appears to be at low to moderate levels in counties on or ne... READ MORE


Hunters check 2,169 turkeys during fall firearms season
Hunters check 2,169 turkeys during fall firearms season

By Missouri Department of Conservation

Preliminary data shows that hunters checked 2,169 turkeys during Missouri’s fall firearms turkey season, Oct. 1-31. Top harvest counties were Greene with 57, Henry with 48 and Laclede with 47. Last year’s fall firearms turkey ha... READ MORE


Temporary park closures for controlled deer reductions
Temporary park closures for controlled deer reductions

By Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Select Indiana State Park properties will close temporarily for controlled deer reductions. Two reduction efforts will take place. The first is on Monday, Nov. 12, and Tuesday, Nov. 13.  The second is on Monday, Nov. 26, and Tuesday,... READ MORE


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