Deer Hunting News

This year’s Big Time Texas Hunts winners have been announced. This season 62,210 entries generated almost $600,000. Ticket sales support wildlife research.

Texas Trophy Hunters Association (TTHA) is proud to announce that its television show, TROPHY HUNTERS TV, won a Lone Star Emmy Award for video editing.

A lady hunter from Texas has her eye set on becoming an “Extreme Huntress.” She also wants to help more women and children get involved with hunting.

A partnership between several different conservation organizations has recently filled three new Farm Bill wildlife biologist positions in the Texas Panhandle.

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) are proposing changes for the 2012-13 hunting seasons, including changes to quail, deer and pheasant seasons.

One of the big fights in Congress is over proposed reforms to the Equal Access to Justice Act (EAJA), designed to help plaintiffs recover litigation costs.

Record drought is taking its toll in Texas on wildlife and water bills. To help, TPWD converted its website to feature an online Drought Survival Kit.

Minnesota’s DNR must deal with potential problems cell phones bring to deer hunting. It is illegal for hunters to use cell phones to aid in killing a deer.

State officials say Texas hunters getting ready for the start of the general firearms season for white-tailed deer may have a good year because of the weather.

The TPWD closed on a $7.14 million purchase of 3,333 acres of Cross Timbers region ranch land in North Texas from several different owners late last week.