House Bill 366 that would reduce the statewide archery hunting safety zone from 150 yards to 50 yards has been killed.
House Bill 368 that would allow Region A archery hunters to carry handguns for protection remains alive.
House Bill 514 that would require hunting-fishing license buyers to reveal only the last four digits of a Social Security number rather than the entire number has passed the House.
House Bill 543 that would allow deer hunting on private property in Carroll County on Sundays from the first Sunday in October through the second Sunday in January has passed the House and received a first reading in the Senate.
House Bill 812 that would waive the live firing and gun handling phase of hunter education training for veterans and active military has been killed in committee.
Senate Bill 619 that would increase an adult resident hunting license from $24.50 to $37 has passed the Senate and has received a first reading in the House.
Senate Bill 754 that would expand safety zones around schools from 150 yards to 500 yards appears to be dead.
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Some elk have way of dealing with chronic wasting disease
CHEYENNE - A 10-year study conducted by the University of Wyoming and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department suggests that the effects of chronic wasting disease on elk populations may not be as devastating as once believed.
Pennsylvania elk hunt drawing comes earlier
HARRISBURG, Pa. — Those who don’t act fast will miss out on the chance to participate in Pennsylvania’s 2014 elk hunt.
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- Eagle sightings up in West Virginia
- Bartgis leaves Nature Conservancy
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Columnist, son are range finders, but where are .22 shells?
We feel pretty lucky on this side of the Potomac to have a nice shooting range to utilize for free and within decent driving distance.
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