Oklahoma Hunting News

Oklahoma Offers Bonus Youth Deer Hunts
Beginning deer hunters have a unique opportunity to participate in four youth controlled antlerless deer hunts that will take place on private lands in several Oklahoma counties. Applications must be received at the Wildlife Department by 4 p.m. Friday, Aug. 31, 2007.
Oklahoma Controlled Hunt Results Available July 19th
Applicants can find out if they were drawn for any of the hunts offered through the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Controlled Hunt program beginning 8 a.m. July 19.
Oklahoma Landowners Program Expanded
Northwest Oklahoma landowners can play a key role in conserving some of the state's most important wildlife habitats -- and receive financial incentives at the same time.
Oklahoma Online Application Deadline Approaching
The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's Controlled Hunts deadline is May 15, and many sportsmen have already submitted their applications.
Oklahoma 2007 Deer Hunting Regulations
The 2007 Oklahoma deer hunting regulations have now been approved by the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission, and officials with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation say both deer and sportsmen will reap the benefits of changes adopted for this year.
Oklahoma Gobbler Season Opens April 6
Spring turkey season opens April 6, so prospective hunters should enroll now in one of several hunter education classes offered in the months of February and March by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation.
Oklahoma Safari Club International Banquet
Outdoor enthusiasts can contribute to important projects supported by the Oklahoma Station of the Safari Club International by attending their annual banquet Saturday, March 3 at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.
Oklahoma Small Game Hunting Offers Cure for Cabin Fever
Oklahomans don't have to hang up their hunting vests and gear yet. Rabbit and squirrel seasons are still open and offer endless hunting opportunities at wildlife management areas across the state.
Oklahoma Deer Hunters Hit Record Harvest
Oklahoma deer hunters have already achieved a record harvest for the state in 2006 — 104,000 and counting — but their opportunities to take deer are far from being over.
Oklahoma Hunters Support Conservation
Tens of thousands of hunters have headed into the woods this fall and winter carrying their hunting licenses in their back pocket.