Lake Shelbyville Tree Stand permits now available for 2022-23 deer season | Community

Lake Shelbyville’s Tree Stand Policy for this year will remain the same as last season. The policy allows hunters to leave one stand up for the season (“Seasonal Tree Stand”) and/or utilize up to two “Roving” stands that can be left up during archery season for a period not to exceed a break in use … Read more

AZGFD updates archery deer hunting rules | States

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Elk tag applications due this week | Indiana County Sports

Hunters interested in applying for the annual elk drawing have until the end of the week to do so. While the odds are steep, the hunt offers a high-percentage chance at a world-class bull. Each year one applies, a bonus preference point accumulates, giving the applicant an additional entry the following year. If one has … Read more

First Look: Bear Archery Launches Adapt Hunting Bow

Bear Archery in collaboration with The Hunting Public, has introduced the Adapt, a solo-cam hunting bow designed to deliver performance, comfort, and durability. A premium single-cam bow, the Adapt is tunable, with a smooth and forgiving draw cycle. “Bear Archery and The Hunting Public are two industry leaders that complement each other in so many … Read more

TPWD outreach program aims to lure more archers to the field Sports

You can’t become a crackerjack bowhunter overnight, but it is possible to get handy enough with a modern archery gear to kill a white-tailed deer in pretty short order. Translation: Finding early success in bowhunting it is not nearly as difficult as some might think, but it does call for a little skill and a … Read more

IDNR accepting applications for youth hunting on private land State News

SPRINGFIELD – The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) is accepting applications from youth shotgun and youth and adult archery hunters for fall 2022 deer hunting on private land through the Illinois Recreational Access Program, commonly known as IRAP. IDNR has leased more than 16,400 acres of private land for the fall 2022 deer season … Read more

Advisory group recommends Montana elk hunters choose weapon, season | 406 Politics

An advisory committee has recommended that state wildlife managers require elk hunters to choose between archery or rifle seasons in an effort to reduce crowding and pressure on public lands. The 12-member Elk Management Citizen Advisory Group was formed by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Director Hank Worsech earlier this year following a contentious season … Read more

GF&P adjusts spring turkey season dates | Local News

SPEARFISH — Changing the dates for the spring wild turkey hunting season could help increase declining populations in the Black Hills, officials from the South Dakota Game, Fish, and Parks Department said recently. Last week Chad Switzer, wildlife program administrator presented the proposal that cut a week off of both the firearm and archery season, … Read more

Advisory group recommends MT elk hunters choose weapon, season | 406 Politics

An advisory committee has recommended that state wildlife managers require elk hunters to choose between archery or rifle seasons in an effort to reduce crowding and pressure on public lands. The 12-member Elk Management Citizen Advisory Group was formed by Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Director Hank Worsech earlier this year following a contentious season … Read more

GF&P to look at options for limiting nonresident archery licenses Local News

SPEARFISH — South Dakota is the last state to offer unlimited nonresident archery deer and antelope hunting licenses, and as the fields become more crowded with visiting hunters amid the state’s rising popularity, many feel that needs to change. On behalf of the SD Bowhunters Inc., Dana Rogers, of Hill City, submitted two petitions that … Read more