Archery Hunting News

Kansas WPC Approves 2009 Season Regulations
The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission approved 2009 big game season regulations at a public hearing in Oakley April 16. Meeting at the Logan County Courthouse, the commission set seasons for deer, antelope, and elk.
South Dakota GFPC Proposes Changes
The Game Fish and Parks Commission proposed several changes to upcoming big game seasons.
Arkansas 2009-10 Hunting Seasons Set
Arkansas youth deer hunters will enjoy two extra days for their modern gun hunt and a relaxed antler restriction during the upcoming deer season. Commissioners from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission formally approved the regulation changes as part of the 2009-10 hunting season-setting process at its monthly meeting.
Bushnell Introduces New Rangefinder
The new Sport 600 laser rangefinder from Bushnell offers performance and value for hunters and shooters.
Rage Broadheads Introduces New Addition - Rage 40KE
The overwhelming popularity of the RageTM broadheads has led to the introduction of the new addition - the Rage 40KE. This new 100-grain, 2-blade broadhead has a 1.5" cutting diameter.
Kentucky FWC 2009-10 Proposed Season Dates
The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission proposed the 2009-2010 deer season dates and recommended deer zone changes at its quarterly meeting March 6.
Pennsylvania Bowhunters May Get to Use Scopes
The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners, in a notational vote, gave preliminary 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.
Arizona Outdoor Expo March 28-29
Do you love the smell of gun powder in the morning or the sound of arrows whizzing through the air?
Ohio Archery in Schools Tournament March 6th
The third annual Ohio National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) State Tournament will be held on Friday, March 6 at the Ohio Expo Center's Lausche Building.
"The General" Compound Bows Recalled
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with BowTech Archery of Eugene, Oregon yesterday announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.