Muzzleloader Hunting News

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.
North Dakota 2009 Gun Season Deadline June 3rd
North Dakota deer hunters are reminded the deadline for submitting applications for the 2009 gun season is June 3.
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.
Meetings in June on Vermont Deer Regulation Changes
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Board will hold four meetings with the public in June to discuss proposed deer hunting regulations.
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.
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.
Nebraska Big Game Apps Accepted April 20th
Nebraska residents may begin applying for big game draw unit hunting permits on April 20. Draw units comprise the following: all antelope firearm and muzzleloader permits, all elk units and Desoto December and Republican firearm deer permits. One application is allowed per person per species.
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.
National Park Service Ban on Traditional Ammo Over-Reactive
The National Shooting Sports Foundation strongly encourages the National Park Service to reconsider its policy banning the use of traditional ammunition made with lead components on park lands and points out that neither humans, wildlife populations nor the environment are harmed by the use of such ammunition.
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.