Pronghorn Antelope Hunting News

Arizona Offers Winter Draw for Elk and Antelope
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission adopted its 2007 antelope and elk hunting regulations on Dec. 9 to launch a newly-created winter draw process.
South Dakota Depredation Pool Now Available
Applications for South Dakota's 2006-07 resident big game depredation pool are now available. This is a no-cost program that is only available online.
Arizona Game and Fish Suggests Javelina Tags for Christmas Gifts
Looking for a great holiday gift idea? There are still several thousand javelina hunt-permit tags available for the spring 2007 hunts on a first-come, first-served basis by U.S. mail only from the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
Wyoming Recommending Against Winter Range Exceptions
With word of requests for exceptions from big game winter range closures by natural gas companies in the Pinedale area, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is recommending the Bureau of Land Management deny the requests based on poor forage production this past summer.
Arizona Sets Open Houses for 2007 Hunts
The Arizona Game and Fish Department will soon host a series of open houses about its 2007 elk and antelope hunt recommendations.
Montana Has Low Hunter Numbers but High Harvest Rates
The trend of low hunter numbers and high harvest success rates continued into the third week of the big game hunting season in south central Montana.
Kansas Offers Commission Big Game Permits
Applications are now available for conservation organizations interested in applying for Commission Big Game Permits. Information and applications are available online at the KDWP website. Applications must be submitted no later than Jan. 5, 2007.
Arizona Sets Winter Draw For Elk and Antelope
Big game hunters are about to see a big change to the timing of the draw for two of the most popular hunting seasons in Arizona. This will be the first year that the Arizona Game and Fish Department holds a winter draw, or lottery, for elk and antelope tags.
South Dakota Hunters Must Properly Dispose of Antelope Waste
Successful antelope hunters need to remember that after they field dress their animal, the job's not over. They still need to properly dispose of the carcass and debris.
Alberta Antelope Hunters Cautioned
Due to an error in the 2006 Alberta Hunting Draws booklet and mentioned in the 2006 Alberta Guide to Hunting Regulations, there is an overlap of one day between the antelope archery season and the trophy (rifle) antelope season.