Pronghorn Antelope Hunting News

Nonresident Antlerless Deer/Antelope Fees Reduced
Fees for South Dakota’s nonresident one-tag and two-tag antlerless deer and antelope licenses have been reduced to $55 and $80 respectively.
Reduced Nonresident Deer and Antelope Fees Proposed
A recent Game, Fish and Parks proposal would establish reduced fees for nonresident one-tag and two-tag antlerless deer and antelope licenses.
2003 Big Game App Deadline Approaching
Hunters planning to hunt big game in Colorado this fall need to be aware of the application deadline of April 1 for limited deer, elk, pronghorn antelope, bear and moose licenses. This deadline applies to any hunter wanting to apply for a specific limited big game license or preference point. As usual, there will be over the counter elk and bear licenses available for many areas.
Antelope, Deer, and Elk Seasons Set March 14th
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners will set dates and regulations for the 2003 antelope, deer and elk hunting seasons, amend fish and wildlife regulations, and select the winner of the 2004 Habitat Stamp Art Contest at a March 14 meeting in Lincoln.
Pronghorn Antelope Take a Ride
In an effort to increase pronghorn antelope numbers statewide, the Nevada Division of Wildlife (NDOW) spent the third week of January, relocating antelope from areas with high numbers to areas with low populations. A total of 269 antelope were captured with 214 antelope, mostly does and fawns, being relocated. The antelope were released in Butte Valley and Jake’s Valley in White Pine County, Ione Valley in Nye County, and Cave Valley in Lincoln County.
Big Game Bonus Point System Extended
The big game license drawing bonus point system has been expanded to include special deer and elk permits, and deer B, antelope and swan licenses. The bonus point system has been in place since 2001 for the nonresident combination license and resident and nonresident moose, sheep and goat license drawings.
Nonresident Deer/Antelope App Deadline Approaching
Nonresident hunters are alerted applications for deer and antelope licenses – including doe/fawn – must be received in the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Cheyenne office no later than 5 p.m. March 15.
Kremmling Big Game Information Meeting
The Colorado Division of Wildlife will hold a big game information meeting in Kremmling, March 6 at 7 p.m. The meeting will take place at the Colorado State University Cooperative Extension Office located on the Kremmling fairgrounds.
Moose, Bighorn Sheep, and Mountain Goat Apps Due Feb. 28th
It’s the time for both residents and nonresidents to be thinking about where they want to apply for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat. The applications must be received at the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Cheyenne office by 5 p.m. Feb. 28.
Information Needed in Antelope Poaching Case
Arizona Game and Fish Department officials are offering a reward of up to $300 for information regarding the poaching of a young antelope buck in Hunt Unit 8, a few miles east of Drake during the evening of Jan. 24 or the morning of Jan. 25.