Pronghorn Antelope Hunting News

Utah Gets Lead in Big Poaching Case
Acting on a tip received on the Utah Turn-in-a-Poacher (UTiP) hotline, DWR officers and Garfield County Sheriff's deputies served a search warrant on a home and shed in Panguitch on Saturday, May 23 and Monday, May 25.
Slight Increase in Nevada's Big Game Tags
The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners approved the allocation of 22,500 big game tags at its May 15-16 meeting in Reno, a one percent increase over 2008 tag allocations.
Kansas Pronghorn Antelope Deadline June 12
The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) has announced that there will be no paper applications or mail-in forms for 2009 antelope permits. All applications must be submitted online.
Nebraska Remaining Big Game Tags on Sale June 8th
Sportsmen soon may purchase remaining 2009 big game hunting permits, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission
California Big Game Hunters Drawing Deadline is Near
Hunters applying for premium deer, elk, antelope or bighorn sheep tags have only a few weeks left to turn in an application.
South Dakota Antelope and Deer Seasons Finalized
The Game Fish and Parks Commission set several big game hunting seasons at their monthly meeting.
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.
Oregon Extends Application Deadline
The controlled hunt application deadline has been extended through Tuesday, May 19 11:59 PT due to a slowdown in ODFW's point-of-sale system affecting sales online and at license agents.
Idaho Controlled Hunt Apps Now Accepted
The application period for this fall's deer, elk, pronghorn and black bear controlled hunts is open and runs through June 5.
Colorado DOW to Finalize 2009 Limited Licenses
The Colorado Wildlife Commission will finalize limited license availability for the 2009 black bear, deer, elk, pronghorn and moose seasons at its regular meeting on Thursday, May 7.