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Four new wild turkey Landowner Permission hunts (LPH) are now on the books and slated to begin December 1 in areas with chronic turkey depredations. The hunts will give landowners, hunters and Fish and Game staff another tool to deal more effectively with private property damage caused by wild turkeys.

Approved by the Fish and Game Commission in August, these four new hunts are designed to alleviate depredation issues and increase social tolerance for wild turkey populations...

Gun Buyers ClubAUSTIN — With the mule deer hunting season opening this Saturday, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is reminding hunters about experimental antler restriction regulations in place in seven Panhandle counties.

The regulations, which took effect last year in six of the seven counties, prohibits the harvest of any mule deer buck with a main beam outside spread of less than 20 inches in Briscoe, Childress, Cottle, Floyd, Hall, Lynn, and Motley counties.


Mule deer season

Gun Buyers ClubSPRINGFIELD, Ill. – Youth and adult hunters can apply now for 2020 spring turkey hunting sites through the Illinois Recreational Access Program (IRAP), the Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) announced today.


The IDNR has leased more than 16,000 acres of private land for the upcoming 2020 Illinois Spring Wild Turkey Season through IRAP, creating 470 public access turkey hunting sites on those properties in 40 counties. Sites are available free of charge to successful applicants during

DU and Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to partner on the project.


Mallard Ducks
Nearly $22 Million Awarded To Restore Florida’s MK Ranch
MEMPHIS, Tennessee – -( Over the next four years, Ducks Unlimited, in cooperation with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), will work together to restore wetland structure and function to the MK Ranch in the Apalachicola River Wildlife Environmental Area. The restoration work

Gun Buyers ClubBased on updated information and in response to concerns from the commercial Dungeness crab fleet, including written requests from Port Associations to further delay, California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Director Charlton H. Bonham intends to further delay the start date for the California Dungeness crab fishery south of the Mendocino/Sonoma county line.


Today, Director Bonham issued a preliminary determination that the Nov. 22, 2019 start date poses a significant risk of marine life entanglement. The

Gun Buyers ClubThe most highly anticipated day of the year arrives Saturday for many thousands of Oklahoma hunters. The state’s deer gun season officially begins a half-hour before sunrise Nov. 23.

For many sportsmen and sportswomen, the 16-day season will be the best time to put meat in the freezer and maybe hang a trophy on the wall.


And some big-time trophies are certainly out there this year ­­— Guner Womack, 18, of Morrison, will vouch for that.