muzzleloaders

Antlerless Muzzleloader Hunt Deemed a Success

Ohio muzzleloader hunters enjoyed warm weather as they killed 5,608 antlerless white-tailed deer during the new antlerless-only muzzleloader hunting weekend Oct. 12-13, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). “Ohio’s first antlerless-only muzzleloader deer season was a success, and we are pleased so many hunters participated,” said ODNR Director James Zehringer. “We...

Primitive Weapons Week Popular for Deer Hunters

Hunters looking to pursue deer with firearms that harken back to a different time will have their chance, Oct. 12-18, during the week-long primitive weapons deer hunting season. During last year’s primitive weapons season, more than 45,000 hunters took home more than 10,500 deer representing about three percent of Georgia’s total deer harvest. “The...

Antlerless-Only Muzzleloader Weekend Is Set

Ohio hunters have the opportunity to participate in a new antlerless-only deer muzzleloader season Oct. 12-13, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. It is legal to hunt antlerless deer statewide with a muzzleloader or bow during the two-day season. No bucks may be killed regardless of hunting implement. Antlerless deer include deer...

Crossbows, Muzzleloaders Get Updated Seasons

For some, the beginning of fall is heralded by leaves changing colors, for others it’s cooler temperatures and shorter days, but for hunters fall is marked by the start of deer season. In less than two weeks, hunters will take to tree stands and blinds throughout the state, bow in hand and powder ready....

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Crossbows, Muzzleloaders Added to Deer Seasons

Connecticut’s Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) has announced that a number of proposed changes to hunting and trapping regulations were approved by the Legislative Regulations Review Committee. The changes were approved Aug. 27 and are effective upon filing with the Secretary of State. They will be implemented for the upcoming autumn 2013...

Hunting during weekdays or "off peak" times along with keeping mum about special or secret areas are two ways to hunt more effectively.

Primitive Weapons Special Deer Hunt is Set

The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers’ J. Strom Thurmond Project Office will conduct primitive weapon deer hunts in Bussey Point in Lincoln County, Ga. These annual hunts are held in order to maintain the deer population within the carrying capacity for the area and to improve the quality of the herd. The 2,545-acre...