Archery Hunting News

U.S. FWS Posts Guide to National Wildlife Refuge System
More than 300 hunting programs exist on national wildlife refuges, and many refuges offer hunts and blinds specifically designed for people with disabilities, as well as hunts organized to introduce youngsters to the tradition.
BowTech Introduces Center Pivot Technology on 3 New Bows
In the archery business you can't think just about raising the bar, you must reshape it entirely. BowTech's latest Center Pivot Riser Technology, featured on three new bows, the Admiral, Captain and Sentinel, in addition to a cache of other features, elevates these bows above the rest of the troops.
Michigan NRC to Meet Dec. 4th
New regulations for taxidermists and animal rehabilitators brought about by the discovery of chronic wasting disease are on the agenda for the Natural Resources Commission meeting Thursday, Dec. 4, in Lansing.
Massachusetts Archery Deer Season Closes Nov 22
Archers hunting deer in Massachusetts are reminded that the closing date for the archery season is Saturday, November 22, 2008.
Virginia's Floyd County Deer Need Focus of Hunters
Deer seasons and bag limits in Floyd County are the most liberal offered in western Virginia. Yet over the past decade Floyd County has averaged more out-of-season deer kill permits than any county in the state except Albemarle (Charlottesville) and Fairfax, both of which have significant urban deer management issues. These permits are issued to farmers and landowners who demonstrate damage due to deer.
North Dakota Doe Licenses Available Through Jan 4th
The North Dakota Game and Fish Department will continue to sell remaining doe licenses through the end of the archery season. There is no limit to the number of deer licenses a hunter can receive.
Oklahoma Archer Gets "Ace of Spades"
When it comes to the Wildlife Department's Controlled Hunts program, few places are revered and esteemed so highly as the McAlester Army Ammunition Plant (McAAP) in southeast Oklahoma, and one hunter added to the mystique Oct. 17 when he harvested one of the area's most sought after "nicknamed" bucks, known as the "Ace of Spades."
Minnesota Deer Hunting Opportunities in State Parks
Thirty-five Minnesota state parks will be holding special resource management deer hunts this fall. Access to the public will be varied around the state during the special hunts.
West Virginia Archery Hunters Must Purchase Tags Soon
West Virginia resident and nonresident archery deer hunters have until October 17 to purchase their additional deer bow hunting license(s), according to Curtis I. Taylor, Chief of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Section.
Nova Scotia Offers Crossbow Course Oct. 26th
The Bowhunter Instructor Association of Nova Scotia is offering a bow course on Sunday, Oct. 26, at the Department of Natural Resources Training Centre in Shubenacadie.