Velvet Bucks on the Docket for Mississippi Bowhunters this Weekend 

Thanks to this year’s passage of HB 1035, authored by Mississippi Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus Co-Chair and NASC Executive Council Member Rep. Scott Bounds, hunters in the Magnolia State will have an opportunity at a Velvet Buck this weekend. With the purchase of a $10 permit, Mississippi sportsmen and women on private lands and specified WMA properties will have a chance to not only harvest a buck, but to also ​further contribute to the “user pays — public benefits” American System of Conservation Funding.


CSF Expresses Concerns with South Atlantic Council Direction

USDA APHIS Reverses Faulty Decision, Will Allow Importation of Game Bird Meat from Canada

As the Leaves Change, So Too Do Hunting Laws: What Midwesterners Need to Know This Deer Season

Pennsylvania Elk Season Kicks Off – Shining Example of State Fish and Wildlife Management Success

The Battle Begins Over Colorado’s Big Game License Allocation

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DWR and Partners Inspect Over 14,500 Boats for Quagga Mussels During Labor Day Weekend (Utah Division of Wildlife Resources)

N.C. Court of Appeals Affirms Trial Court Ruling that Sovereign Immunity Does Not Bar Action Against State for Failure to Sustainably Manage Coastal Fisheries Resources Under the Public Trust Doctrine (The Carolina Journal)

New England Trappers Highlight Importance and Need for Future Participants (PressHerald)

Thanks to Sportsmen, Fish and Game is Learning More Each Year About Bobcats in the State (Idaho Department of Fish and Game)

The Hunting Wire and LSU Announce the Collegiate Rookie Series (The Hunting Wire)

USFWS Recommends Removing Arizona’s Native Apache Trout from the Endangered Species List (Field and Stream)


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