Oklahoma Hunting News

Oklahoma Safari Club Banquet March 8th
Outdoor enthusiasts can contribute to important state conservation projects supported by the Oklahoma Station Chapter of Safari Club International by attending their 23rd Annual Awards Banquet and Charity Fundraiser.
Oklahoma Hunters and Anglers Spend $1 Billion a Year
Oklahoma's 602,000 hunters and anglers are among the most prominent and influential of all demographic groups, spending more than $1 billion a year on hunting and fishing, according to a new report.
"Outdoors Oklahoma" Wants Your Outdoors Photo
Amateur or professional, it makes no difference. Any Oklahoman with a digital camera and an interest in the outdoors is eligible to see their work published in this years Annual Reader's Photography Showcase edition of Outdoor Oklahoma magazine.
Oklahoma DWC Meetings this Week
Public hearings held by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will kick off across the state Monday Jan. 7, 2008, to collect input on a slate of proposed hunting and fishing regulation changes. Hearings will be held through Jan. 10.
Oklahoma Youth Writing Contest Winners Announced
The results of the annual youth writing contest focused on Oklahoma's hunting heritage were recently announced by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation and the Oklahoma Station Chapter of Safari Club International.
Oklahoma Late Season Deer Hunts
The Walnut Creek State Park on Keystone Lake will host two late season controlled archery hunts, Jan. 4-6, 2008 and Jan. 11-13, 2008 for antlerless deer only.
Oklahoma Keystone Deer Hunt Applications
The Walnut Creek State Park on Keystone Lake will host two late season controlled archery hunts, Jan. 4-6, 2008 and Jan. 11-13, 2008 for antlerless deer only.
Oklahoma Deer Gun Season Opens Nov. 17
With deer muzzleloader season behind us and the current deer archery season open through Jan. 15, 2008, hunters statewide have already had ample opportunity to harvest a deer, but the most popular deer season in Oklahoma is still to come.
Oklahoma Archery in Schools Program Offers Grant Money
A program offering competitive archery to students has found its way into at least 75 schools in Oklahoma, and coordinators of the program say available grant money could make it easy for other schools to join up as well.
Oklahoma Deer Season in Full Swing
Sooner state bowhunters helped make Oklahoma deer hunting history last year when their harvest of 17,567 deer contributed to an all-time annual state harvest record of 119,349 deer.