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A Hunters Pre-Season Checklist
Posted on: 08/18/18

You are a hunter. Your thoughts are now drifting toward cool, crisp mornings, falling leaves and maybe a bit of snow cover on the ground. It is time to do your homework. Here is a handy, but extensive checklist for you to use to make certain that you are fully prepared when your hunting season arrives...

Hunting Gear Checklist for Big Game
Posted on: 08/18/18

Big game hunting needs some amount of seriousness. Planning is necessary due to the risks involved like high altitude, cold weather, exhaustion and fatigue, and attacks from wild animals. Common among the big game animals in North America are moose, elk, deer, caribou, buffalo, big horn sheep, mountain lion and bears. The Hunting Gear Checklist for Big Game covers the necessary hunting equipment needed in the field to transport and perserve your trophy...

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Reminder: Oregon Hunters Report Hunts by Jan 31
Posted by TBC Press on: 01/08/21

Oregon big game and turkey hunters should report their tags online or at a license sale agent to avoid long phone queues. The deadline to report most tags and avoid any penalties is 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, January 31. Hunters need to report on every deer, elk, bear, cougar, turkey and pronghorn tag purchased or issued as part of a Sports Pac license, even if they didn’t harvest an animal or go hunting. E-taggers who validated their tag through...

ODFW Now Managing Wolves Statewide After Delisting
Posted by TBC Press on: 01/06/21

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service formally removed most gray wolves in the lower 48 from the Endangered Species List, which turns management over to state fish and wildlife agencies including ODFW. Wolves in Oregon remain protected under the state’s Oregon Wolf Conservation and Management Plan. How will wolf management change in Oregon? Hunting and trapping of wolves remains prohibited statewide. Under the state’s Plan...

Apply for West Virginia Wild Boar Hunting Permits by Jan 14
Posted by TBC Press on: 01/06/21

Resident hunters in West Virginia residentcan submit an application for one of the 200 permits on designated private lands owned by Natural Resource Partners during the upcoming firearms season for wild boar. The application period will open Jan. 5 and last 10 days, ending Jan. 14. Only 200 permits will be issued . Hunters who apply will be required to pay...

Georgia Opens Two New Hunting Areas in Laurens County
Posted by TBC Press on: 12/21/20

Hunters in Laurens County have two new public hunting locations available this season. Cedar Grove (294 acres) and Scotland Road (199 acres), both located between Dublin and McRae, Georgia, opened to hunters beginning Dec. 19, 2020, according to the Georgia DNR. Scotland Road and Cedar Grove VPAs consist of natural pine and hardwood uplands, planted pines, and small hardwood creek drains. The areas will be open to hunting for...

South Dakota Hunt for Habitat Raffle is Now Open for 2021
Posted by TBC Press on: 12/21/20

South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) announced their Hunt for Habitat raffle is now open for 2021. New this year, participants can give Hunt for Habitat tickets as a gift. Individuals can purchase tickets for family and friends and have the option to print a physical ticket or send an ecard. The raffle offers two prize options with four total prize packages available. Three winners will receive one “any elk”, one “any deer,” and one “any antelope” license. The winners of these packages will select either...

MDC Approves 1st Black Bear Hunting Season Framework
Posted by TBC Press on: 12/14/20

The Missouri Conservation Commission recently gave final approval for the state’s first black bear hunting season framework. The approved framework limits any future bear hunting to areas of southern Missouri and restricts bear hunting to Missouri residents only. The next step to Missouri’s first bear season will be MDC presenting recommendations to the Commission in the spring of 2021 for a potential initial permit quota and harvest quota. If quotas are set...

Wisconsin 2021 Wolf Season to Begin Nov 6
Posted by TBC Press on: 12/07/20

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) recently announced the official wolf season will begin Nov. 6, 2021. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will delist gray wolves from the federal list of endangered species on Jan. 4, 2021, returning management authority to the lower 48 states and tribes. Under Wisconsin law, when the wolf is delisted, the state's annual hunting and trapping seasons shall resume...