Big Game application workshop to be held in Springfield

Colorado Parks and WildlifeSPRINGFIELD, Colo. – Looking to hunt in Colorado this year but not sure which GMU to apply for? Not sure what a GMU is? No problem. Colorado Parks and Wildlife District Wildlife Managers will help decode the hunt codes at a big game application workshop.

District Wildlife Managers Mike Brown and Aaron Bartleson will cover the upcoming big game license application process, assist participants in applying for big game licenses and share some tips and techniques regarding the annual big game license drawing. [Read more…]

2014 Hunting and Fishing Licenses Now for Sale in Montana

Montana’s new 2014 hunting and fishing year begins March 1. Licenses are now on sale along with applications for resident and nonresident buck deer and either-sex elk hunting permits. [Read more…]

Colorado’s Leftover Hunting Licenses on Sale August 6

Colorado Division of Wildlife-DOWDENVER – Leftover big game hunting licenses will go on sale to the public on Tuesday, Aug. 6 at 9 a.m., at Colorado Parks and Wildlife offices and more than 700 hunting license retailers statewide. [Read more…]

Vermont’s Moose Lottery Drawing Date Set

Vermont Fish & WildlifeMONTPELIER, VT – The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department and Governor Peter Shumlin will hold the annual lottery drawing for moose hunting permits Thursday, August 1, at the Vermont Statehouse in Montpelier.

“Join us at 10 a.m. August 1 in Statehouse Room 11 for the first live radio broadcast of Vermont’s moose permit drawing, or tune in on Froggy 100.9 to hear us read off all the lucky winners’ names,” said Director of Wildlife Mark Scott.

Vermont’s moose lottery drawing will also be streamed LIVE online at froggy1009.com.

The drawing is done by a computerized random sort of lottery applications that were submitted by a July 5 deadline.

The Fish & Wildlife Department will draw 355 moose hunting permits for the regular October 19-24 moose season and 50 permits for the October 1-7 archery moose season.

Media Contacts: Commissioner Patrick Berry or Wildlife Director Mark Scott – 802-241-3700

2009 Wolf Hunting License

Montana Fish Wildlife Parks - FWP

From the FWP Site

Montana’s first wolf hunting licenses will go on sale Aug. 31.

Licenses will be valid within three specifically defined wolf management units. Hunters must obtain permission to hunt on private lands.

How to purchase

  • Hunters can purchase a wolf license online at fwp.mt.gov , or from any FWP regional office or license provider.
  • Hunters must have, or purchase, a valid 2009 conservation license.
  • Wolf hunting licenses are $19 for residents and $350 for nonresidents. Regulations and Seasons
  • Regulations are available via the FWP Web site at fwp.mt.gov , and from most FWP license providers.
  • Hunters cannot use any motorized vehicle—including OHVs and snowmobiles—to hunt wolves.
  • The use of dogs, bait, scent, lures, traps, lights, electronic tracking devices, or any recorded or electrically amplified bird or animal calls to hunt or attract wolves is prohibited.
  • Additional rules and regulations that apply to big game hunting are also in effect.
  • Wolf hunting-seasons:
    • Sept. 15–Nov. 29—in early backcountry deer and elk hunting districts 150, 151, 280, and 316.
    • Oct. 25–Nov. 29—in entire Wolf Management Units 1, 2 and 3.
    • If a WMU’s quota isn’t met, the wolf hunting season could be extended in that area to run Dec. 1-31. No more than 25 percent of the established WMU quota, however, can be harvested in December.

 

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