Vermont Hunting News

Vermont Antlerless Deer Apps Available
Vermont's antlerless deer hunting lottery applications for the muzzleloader season are now available on the Fish & Wildlife Department's website and at license agents statewide.
Vermont FWD Offers "Ladies Only" Hunter Ed Class
Women are demonstrating every day that they are increasingly aware of the many outdoor opportunities Vermont has to offer.
Vermont Youth "Fish Tale" Photo Contest
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department is reminding youths and their families to pack their cameras along with their fishing poles, tackle boxes and bait this summer.
Vermont Makes It Easy
The future of hunting and fishing in Vermont is directly related to getting kids into the field. Vermont has made it easy to do just that with a combination of youth licenses that are valid for the entire calendar year, special youth hunting weekends and Free Fishing Day.
Turkey Hunting Related Shooting in Vermont
Vermont State Game Wardens are investigating an apparent hunting-related shooting in Pomfret on May 7.
Vermont Deer Herd Growing
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department's 2008 recommendation for the harvest of antlerless deer and youth weekend deer season was presented to the Fish and Wildlife Board on April 9th.
Vermont Offers Free Turkey Field Day and Calling Seminar
The snow banks might not suggest it, but spring turkey season is fast approaching.
Vermont Deer Meetings Begin March 19
If you have an interest in Vermont's white-tailed deer you will want to attend one of the five annual public meetings being held in March.
Vermont FWD Raises Hunting License Fees
Vermont resident hunting license fees are increased for 2008 after remaining the same for six years. The resident hunting license went from $16 to $20, and the combination hunting and fishing license increased from $29 to $32.
Vermont Man Charged With Baiting Deer
A West Rutland man is facing serious charges after allegedly hunting deer over bait and salt and aiming his rifle at Vermont State Game Wardens while watching them through his rifle scope.