Oklahoma Hunting News

Deadline For Oklahoma Youth Controlled Deer Hunts - August 20th

Beginning deer hunters have a unique opportunity to participate in two youth controlled antlerless deer hunts that will take place on private land in Alfalfa and Osage Counties and are scheduled for October and January.

This year 22 youth will be drawn to receive one of the bonus private lands antlerless deer gun permits. To be eligible, youth must have completed their hunter education requirements prior to applying and must be 12-16 years old at the time of their scheduled hunt.

Oklahoma Offers 2 Youth Bonus Deer Hunts

Beginning deer hunters have a unique opportunity to participate in two youth controlled antlerless deer hunts that will take place on private land in Alfalfa and Osage Counties and are scheduled for October and January.

This year 22 youth will be drawn to receive one of the bonus private lands antlerless deer gun permits. To be eligible, youth must have completed their hunter education requirements prior to applying and must be 12-16 years old at the time of their scheduled hunt.

Oklahoma Controlled Hunt Draw Results Available July 7th
Applicants can find out July 7 at 8 a.m. if they were drawn for any of the hunts offered through the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Controlled Hunt program by logging onto their web site.
Oklahoma's Hunt Application Deadline May 15th
Oklahoma sportsmen hoping to draw out for a bull elk, whitetail deer, antelope or other controlled hunt through the program have until May 15 to submit applications over the Internet.
Oklahoma Youth Turkey Hunt April 3-4
Turkey hunters mark April 6 as an important date to remember every year, but youth get an opportunity to hunt gobblers even earlier.
Oklahoma Fur Auction Offers Glimpse at Tradition
When you think of the early days of the pioneers and settlers and their quest to conquer and settle the New World, visions of fur trapping and trading may come to mind.
Four Oklahoma Youth Win Outdoor Getaways
Youth from Muskogee, Owasso, Henryetta and Coweta have been awarded outdoor getaways for winning an outdoor writing contest designed to help youth share their hunting heritage.
Oklahoma's Honobia Creek and Three Rivers WMAs
If a deer hunter was told he could access 300,000 acres of prime hunting in oak-pine forested habitat with more than 170 food plots for less than 1/10 of a penny per acre, he might think he was dreaming. But it is a reality for every sportsman in Oklahoma.
Oklahoma Deer Muzzleloader Season About to Start
While deer archery hunters are already afield hunting, hunters await the opening of the 2009 deer muzzleloader season slated for Oct. 24 - Nov. 1.
Oklahoma Offers Free Hunter Education Classes
Oklahomans hoping to go hunting this year can prepare by enrolling in one of many hunter education courses to be held this fall by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.