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Recent Rains Bring Optimism For Teal Hunters

PRATT, KANSAS – The same strong storm systems that ruined many dove hunts came at a perfect time for this year’s teal season.  Many wetlands have been filling since Sunday.  The combination of improved habitat, a cool front, and hunting seasons in northern states has brought thousands of blue-winged and green-winged teal to Kansas . … Continue reading Recent Rains Bring Optimism For Teal Hunters

WISCONSIN | Time to plan this fall’s Learn to Hunt event

Invite family and friends who haven’t experienced hunting! MADISON, WISCONSIN – Hunting is right around the corner. If you have an interest and time, please consider sponsoring a Learn to Hunt event this fall.  This is an opportunity to connect OR reconnect with a novice hunter (adult or youth) in our great outdoors. A Learn … Continue reading WISCONSIN | Time to plan this fall’s Learn to Hunt event

NORTH DAKOTA | Swan Hunt Lottery Held, Licenses Remain

NORTH DAKOTA– North Dakota’s swan lottery has been held and 408 licenses remain. Only hunters who do not have a swan license for the 2018 season can apply, as regulations limit hunters to one license per year. Beginning Sept. 4, all remaining licenses will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis.  Resident and nonresident hunters … Continue reading NORTH DAKOTA | Swan Hunt Lottery Held, Licenses Remain

OKLAHOMA | Factors Combine This Weekend for Perfect Hunting Opportunity

Factors Combining This Weekend to Create Perfect Hunt Opportunity OKLHOMA– There may never be a better opportunity than this coming weekend of Sept. 1-2 to introduce someone new to hunting in Oklahoma. Several things will come together to create a perfect scenario allowing current hunters to pass along one of America’s greatest outdoor traditions and … Continue reading OKLAHOMA | Factors Combine This Weekend for Perfect Hunting Opportunity

Texas Park & Wildlife News: TPW Commission Adopts Rules Permitting Pneumatic Weapons for Hunting

AUSTIN, TX – Beginning this fall, hunters in Texas will be able to use air guns and arrow guns that meet criteria established under new rules adopted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. The regulations create a new category of legal means for hunting in Texas defined as pre-charged pneumatic devices.  Unlike pellet guns … Continue reading Texas Park & Wildlife News: TPW Commission Adopts Rules Permitting Pneumatic Weapons for Hunting

MINNESOTA | Hunters may face challenges getting on Pelican Lake this fall

MINNESOTA– A project to improve long-term water quality and wildlife habitat on Pelican Lake in Wright County may cause some short-term inconvenience for waterfowl hunters this fall, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The public water access managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on the west side of Pelican Lake will … Continue reading MINNESOTA | Hunters may face challenges getting on Pelican Lake this fall

TENNESSEE | TWRA Leasing Fields for 2018 Dove Season

NASHVILLE, TN– The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is seeking fields to lease for the upcoming 2018 dove season.  The first segment of dove season opens at noon on Saturday, Sept. 1. Mourning doves are a popular game bird and one of the most widely distributed and abundant birds in North America.  More mourning doves are … Continue reading TENNESSEE | TWRA Leasing Fields for 2018 Dove Season

IDAHO | Hunters have extra time to pick up controlled hunt tags

IDAHO– New deadline for picking up tags is Monday, August 6. Hunters who successfully drew controlled hunts in Idaho this year have until Monday, August 6, 11:59pm Mountain Daylight Time to pick up their tags for elk, deer, antelope, fall turkey and fall bear. Typically, hunters receive postcards in the mail by July 10, notifying … Continue reading IDAHO | Hunters have extra time to pick up controlled hunt tags