Mountain Lion Hunting News

Montana Adds New Opportunities for 2010 Season
Long time Montana hunters will notice a slightly new format in the state's 2010 big game hunting regulation booklet and find several new opportunities for deer, elk and antelope for the upcoming season.
Idaho F&G Commission Adopts 2010 Big Game Seasons
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission adopted big game seasons for 2010 with few changes.
Youths Enter 67 Boone and Crockett Records
Young hunters age 16 and under have taken 67 Boone and Crockett qualifying trophies over the past three years. Each will be listed in the triennial Boone and Crockett Club 27th Big Game Awards book due out later this year.
South Dakota Mountain Lion Management Meetings
Game, Fish and Parks Department officials will go across the state in the next few weeks to visit with South Dakota residents about mountain lions.
Utah Releases Odds for Big Game Draws
The odds of drawing a Utah big game hunting permit in 2009 are now available in a Division of Wildlife Resources report.
Tentative Start Dates for North Dakota Hunting Seasons
To help North Dakota hunters prepare for hunting seasons in 2010, the North Dakota Game and Fish Department annually provides its best estimate for opening dates for the coming year.
North Dakota Mtn Lion Hunt Continues
A 3-year-old, 92-pound female mountain lion taken Nov. 19 by a deer hunter northwest of Grassy Butte in McKenzie County is the sixth cat taken in zone 1. If two more are taken from zone 1 before March 31, 2010, the quota of eight will have been reached and the season within zone 1 will close immediately.
Montana's Big Game Seasons Will Not Be Extended
Montana's 2009 general big game hunting season will close Sunday, Nov. 29 at one-half hour after sunset. The general season closure includes hunting for most deer, elk and moose; and for black bear, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, and fall mountain lion.
North America's Hottest Trophy Areas
Which areas of North America have produced the most Boone and Crockett trophies so far in the new millennium?
Cougar Hunting in Washington Suspended During Deer Season
Cougar hunting will be closed in six Washington counties during the statewide deer-hunting season that begins October 17, according to a reminder issued by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW).