Oklahoma Hunting News

Senators Fight Ban of Traditional Ammo in National Parks
A letter signed by numerous United States senators to Department of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar raising important questions about actions by the National Park Service (NPS) to ban the use of traditional ammunition in parks . . .
Oklahoma Controlled Hunt App Deadline May 15th
Hunters have until May 15 to submit applications for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Controlled Hunts program, which gives them a chance at drawing out for a bull elk, whitetail deer, antelope or other highly sought-after controlled hunt.
Oklahoma Forestry and Wildlife Camp
It is not too early to think about enrolling your child in summer camp and what could be better than a week in the woods of beautiful Beavers Bend State Park?
Oklahoma Sets Seasons, Accepts Conservation Money
The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission recently voted to secure millions of dollars for conservation projects with OG&E and Tulsa-based NatureWorks as well as set important hunting regulations and dates for new seasons on black bear, antelope, elk and others.
Oklahoma's 2009 Habitat Donor Patch Available
Few images are more stunning to an Oklahoma hunter than that of a whitetail buck, but many may not realize that the mule deer also calls Oklahoma home.
Save Money, Hunt Longer in Oklahoma
With 2009 just days away, it's time for sportsmen to renew their annual hunting and fishing licenses, but with that reminder comes a new opportunity to purchase a fishing, hunting or combination license that will last five years.
One Week Until Deer Gun Season in Oklahoma
With several exceptional bucks already harvested this year by archery and muzzleloader hunters, the Nov. 22 opener of deer gun season looks promising as thousands of men, women and children will head to the woods and fields for the biggest hunting day of the year.
Oklahoma Hunting Issues on This Year's Ballot
Oklahomans will soon get the chance to voice their opinions in the ballot box on many important issues, among them State Question 742.
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."
Oklahoma SCI Will Host Two Veterans on Hunting Trip
The Oklahoma Station Chapter of Safari Club International will host two Oklahoma war veterans for a three-day guided hunting and fishing trip.