FROM THE Mississippi Outdoor Digest

White-Tailed Deer Management Zones

Research indicates the prior 4-point law allowed the harvest of better quality yearling bucks, while protecting older-aged spikes and 3-point bucks. The result has been a decrease in antler size within age classes of older bucks.

FROM THE Vermont Fish and Wildlife Regulations

Where can I Hunt in Vermont

Vermonters have a proud heritage of living close to the land in our very rural state. Hunting is a way of life here. In fact, the Vermont Constitution guarantees the right to hunt. Article 67 states “The inhabitants of this State shall have liberty in seasonable times, to hunt and fowl on the lands they hold, and on other lands not enclosed.”

FROM THE Florida Saltwater Fishing Regulations

New Fishing Programs Coming Soon

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) strives to cultivate interest in the art of fishing and expand the experience for seasoned veterans by providing fun and exciting recreational fishing programs. To continue our efforts, FWC is excited to introduce new challenges this year...

FROM THE New Hampshire Freshwater Fishing Guide

Fishing Licenses

Fishing licenses are required for all people 16 years of age and older. The licenses, valid from January 1 to December 31 of each year, can be purchased online from, from license agents, Fish and Game Headquarters, Region 1, 2 and 4 offices and some town or city clerks.

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