Pronghorn Antelope Hunting News

2006 Antelope Hunting Season Dates Set
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners set the dates for the 2006 antelope hunting seasons, and set buck only seasons in all units except the archery season again this year.
Tip Leads to Conviction in Alcova Antelope Poaching Incident
A 32-year-old Alcova man lost his hunting and fishing privileges for two years and was ordered to pay substantial fines in Natrona County Circuit Court after he confessed to killing two antelope out of season in February.
Commissioners to Set Antelope, Deer and Elk Seasons
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners will set dates and regulations for the 2006 antelope, deer and elk hunting seasons, select the winner of the 2006 Habitat Stamp Art Contest, and tackle a host of other issues at a March 30 meeting at the Denman and Mary Mallory Kountze Theatre at Eugene T. Mahoney State Park near Ashland.
Antelope Harassment Leads to Charges for Hill County Youths
Four students at North Star High School in Rudyard have lost a total of 8 years of fishing and hunting privileges and must pay more than $3,500 in fines stemming from a mid-February incident in which they used vehicles, rifles and poor judgment to harass a herd of antelope.
Antelope, Elk and Bighorn Sheep Populations Increase
Nevada's 2005 hunting season will go into the record books in terms of the numbers of antelope, desert bighorn sheep and elk harvested, according to the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW).
FWP Seeks Information on Antelope & Deer Shot and Wasted
Sometime on Sunday, October 9 th , a mule deer buck was shot and left to waste beside Highway 212, southeast of Broadus and about eleven miles northwest of Alzada, MT. The abandoned mule deer buck had been shot in the neck and the head and antlers had been removed.
Pronghorn Season Extended to Oct. 23
Due to the extreme weather conditions in southwestern North Dakota, the Game and Fish Department is extending the pronghorn season one week in Unit 4A only. The season in Unit 4A will close Sunday, Oct. 23, instead of Sunday, Oct. 16.
Pronghorn Licenses Available
Interested hunters who have not been issued a pronghorn gun license for 2005 still have an opportunity to purchase one, as 250 doe/fawn licenses remain in four units, according to Carrie Whitney, licensing supervisor for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.
Deer and Pronghorn Archery Seasons Open Sept. 2
North Dakota's deer and pronghorn archery seasons open Friday, Sept. 2 at noon. Hunters should refer to the 2005 deer and pronghorn hunting guides for season information and regulations.
Second Deer, Elk, and Antelope Drawing Deadline
Hunters are alerted applications for leftover deer, elk and antelope licenses must be received at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Cheyenne office by 5 p.m. July 20.