Hunters seeking a western adventure continue choosing Wyoming to pursue elk. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department saw an increase in non-resident elk applications for the 2019 season. Nonresidents submitted 23,750 applications, a 2.9 percent increase from 2018. Continue reading More Hunters Choose Wyoming For Elk Hunting
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission (WFWC) adopted new hunting regulations through 2020 for deer, elk, waterfowl and other game species at its April public meeting. Continue reading Washington State Fish And Wildlife Commission Issues New Hunting Regulations
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department continues monitoring brucellosis in Wyoming’s elk and bison and is asking hunters once again to help. Brucellosis is an infectious disease of elk and bison. In Wyoming, elk in Teton, Sublette, Park, Northern Lincoln and Big Horn counties, and bison from the Jackson and Yellowstone herds, are infected with brucellosis at varying levels. Continue reading Wyoming Hunters Asked To Help With Brucellosis Monitoring
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has announced that there will be no elk hunts on the grounds of Fort Hunter Liggett (FHL) in southern Monterey County for the 2016-2017 season.