Archery Hunting News

Special Antlerless Deer Seasons in West Virginia
Archery and muzzleloader deer hunters in West Virginia will be able to enjoy additional antlerless deer hunting opportunities this fall, according to Frank Jezioro, Director of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
Florida's New Quota Process Allows Guest Permit
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) will be accepting applications until June 30 to be included in a random drawing for quota permits to hunt on Florida's wildlife management areas (WMAs) next season.
Nevada Conducts Draw, Permits Still Available
The Nevada Department of Wildlife announced big game tag draw results Sunday, breaking a record by announcing the results within 48 hours of the drawing.
Milan Army Ammunition Plant Deer Hunts
The Milan Army Ammunition Plant is now accepting applications for a public hunt drawing for deer seasons to include archery, muzzleloader and gun.
Oregon Reduces Mule Deer Tags in Areas
Rifle deer tags available for hunters may be reduced by 440 tags in the Maury unit and 33 tags in the N. Warner unit for the fall 2009 seasons.
Kansas Pronghorn Antelope Deadline June 12
The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has announced that there will be no paper applications or mail-in forms for 2009 antelope permits. All applications must be submitted online.
South Dakota Antelope and Deer Seasons Finalized
The Game Fish and Parks Commission set several big game hunting seasons at their monthly meeting.
Check Out the Tightspot Quiver
Move your quiver to the right spot with the new TightSpot Quiver, the quiver that allows you to balance your bow, thereby reducing torque that affects shooting accuracy
Pennsylvania Approves Scopes on Crossbows
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners gave final approval to a regulatory change that would allow hunters to use magnifying scopes on bows or crossbows during the archery deer and archery bear seasons.
North Carolina Rule Changes Sent for Legislative Review
The North Carolina Rules Review Commission has referred a number of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission's proposed rules changes to the General Assembly, due to written opposition. This action is required under state law.