Muzzleloader Hunting News

Brownells Introduces New Adjustable Gun Case
One gun case is all you need to carry everything from 16", collapsible stock, AR carbine to a 20", fixed stock varmint rifle.
Firearm Sales Continue to Increase
Despite a weak economy and slumping retail sales, firearm sales continued to increase in January, continuing an upswing that began after November's election.
Washington Black Bear Apps Now Available
Hunters may now purchase and submit applications for a 2009 spring black bear hunting permit, applicable to specific areas of western and eastern Washington.
Iowa Deer Season Closes Sat. Jan. 10th
The Iowa late muzzleloader deer season comes to an end on Saturday, Jan. 10 and with it the final any deer season available to hunters.
Ohio Hunters Took Advantage of Extended Deer Season
Hunters killed 16,382 deer on December 20-21, during the weekend of gun hunting, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife.
Ohio Deer Muzzleloader Season, Dec. 27-30
Ohio's popular muzzleloader deer season is set to open statewide December 27-30, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife.
West Virginia's Muzzleloader Deer Season Opens December 15
West Virginia's six-day muzzleloader deer season opens December 15 and continues through December 20, 2008, in all counties open to firearm hunting for deer, according to Curtis Taylor, Chief of the Wildlife Resources Section of the Division of Natural Resources.
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.
North Dakota Muzzleloader Season Starts Nov. 28th
North Dakota's muzzleloader deer season opens at noon Friday, Nov. 28 and continues through Dec. 14. Hunters with a lottery muzzleloader license can hunt white-tailed deer statewide.
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.