Category Archives: Fish & Game News

MDC Proposes Changes To Nonresident Permits

Proposed changes include price increases and discounts for nonresident landowners.

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) is proposing price increases for some nonresident hunting and fishing permits. According to MDC, permit prices have not been raised in over a decade and adjustments are needed to help keep up with increasing costs of providing conservation work and services around the state. Continue reading MDC Proposes Changes To Nonresident Permits

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2019 SuperTag Chances On Sale Now

Montana’s SuperTag chances for the hunt of a lifetime are on sale.

Hunters can win the SuperTag drawing by purchasing one or more $5 SuperTag chances for the fall 2019 hunting season.

Eight SuperTag hunt licenses are offered—moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, elk, deer, antelope, mountain lion and bison. Winners may hunt any district open to the species for which they won a tag.

SuperTags are available at all FWP offices, license providers, or online at fwp.mt.gov using FWP’s online licensing service. A 2019 conservation license is needed to purchase a SuperTag. For more information visit the SuperTag page on FWP’s website.

Proceeds from SuperTag sales go to enhance hunting access and enforcement.

Maryland Hunters Harvest 77,000 Deer During 2018-2019 Season

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources reports that deer hunters harvested 77,382 deer during the combined archery, firearms and muzzleloader seasons, from Sept. 7, 2018, through Jan. 31, 2019. Continue reading Maryland Hunters Harvest 77,000 Deer During 2018-2019 Season

Wyoming Program Provided 2.8 Million Acres Of Access In 2018

There’s more access for hunting and fishing in Wyoming thanks to a Wyoming Game and Fish Department program that uses public donations to open private land. In 2018, the Access Yes program provided more than 2.8 million acres of hunting access as well as 4,006 lake acres and 86 stream miles for fishing on otherwise Continue reading Wyoming Program Provided 2.8 Million Acres Of Access In 2018