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South Carolina :: South Carolina Hunting & Fishing Seasons & Regulations – 2019 :: Feral Hog, Coyote & Armadillo Regulations

 

Feral Hogs

Feral or wild hogs occur in the wild in every county of the state. They compete directly with native wildlife species, damage plants, agricultural crops, and threaten public and livestock health. It is illegal to remove a hog from the wild alive unless it is taken pursuant to a permit issued by the SCDNR at a cost of $50 (50-16-25).

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Washington :: Washington Big Game Hunting Seasons & Regulations – 2020 :: Prohibited Hunting Methods

  1. Hunting with artificial lights (RCW 77.15.450):Hunting big game with the aid of an artificial light, spotlight, or night vision equipment is prohibited. Night vision equipment includes electronic light amplification devices, thermal imaging devices, and other comparable equipment used to enhance night vision.
  2. Using night vision and laser sights (WAC 220-414-010): It is illegal to hunt deer or elk with the aid of infrared night vision equipment or with laser sights (not to include range finders) capable of projecting a beam onto the target,
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Washington :: Washington Big Game Hunting Seasons & Regulations – 2020 :: Species Identification

Identification of Grizzly and Black Bear

Grizzlies are protected under both federal and state law and may not be shot or killed. Be sure of identification if you are hunting black bear.

A mandatory bear identification test is required in some GMUs. See Black Bear for a list of GMUs.

Bear Identification Program: wdfw.wa.gov/hunting/requirements/bear-identification-testing

 

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Nevada :: Nevada Fishing Regulations – 2020 :: Western Region Fishable Waters

Species Abbreviations

BB Bullhead Catfish

BC Bowcutt Trout

BG Bluegill Sunfish

BK Brook Trout

BN Brown Trout

CC Channel Catfish

CR Crappie

GS Green Sunfish

KS Kokanee Salmon

LCT Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

LMB Largemouth Bass

MT Mackinaw Trout

PS Pumpkinseed

RB Rainbow Trout

RS Redear Sunfish

SB Spotted Bass

SMB Smallmouth Bass

SP Sacramento Perch

TT Tiger Trout

TM Tiger Musky

W Whitefish

WB White Bass

WC White Catfish

WI Wiper

WP Walleye

YP Yellow Perch

Carson City

Streams

Species

CC-1

Ash Canyon Creek

15N,

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Nevada :: Nevada Fishing Regulations – 2020 :: Eastern Region Fishable Waters

Species Abbreviations

BB Bullhead Catfish BC Bowcutt Trout

BCT Bonneville Cutthroat Trout

BG Bluegill Sunfish

BK Brook Trout

BN Brown Trout

BT Bull Trout

CC Channel Catfish

CR Crappie

LCT Lahontan Cutthroat Trout

LMB Largemouth Bass

MT Mackinaw Trout

RB Rainbow Trout

RED Redband Trout

SMB Smallmouth Bass

TT Tiger Trout

W Whitefish

WI Wiper

YCT Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout

YP Yellow Perch

Elko County

Streams

Species

EL-1

Ackler Creek

36N,

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Nevada :: Nevada Fishing Regulations – 2020 :: Regional Fish Stocking Reports

Regional fish stocking months may vary. This list is intended to give anglers a general idea of the months fish stocking occurs.

For real-time updates on stocking, visit http://www.ndow.org/Fish/Stocking_Updates/Stocking_Calendar/

Species Abbreviations

BCRainbow Trout/Cutthroat Trout Hybrid

BKBrook Trout

BNBrown Trout

CBCutthroat Trout/Rainbow Trout Hybrid

CCChannel Catfish

LCTLahontan Cutthroat Trout

RBRainbow Trout

TTTiger Trout

TRBTriploid Rainbow

WIWiper

Eastern Region Report

Body of Water

Species

Month to be stocked

ELKO COUNTY

Angel Lake

RB

June,

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Connecticut :: Connecticut Hunting Seasons & Regulations – 2020 :: White-tailed Deer & Disease Concerns in Connecticut

Connecticut’s white-tailed deer population is faced with several existing and potential diseases, some of which could pose a serious threat, while others may only impact a smaller number of individuals. It is important to know what these diseases are and how they may or may not affect people; what precautions should be taken when handling harvested deer;

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Connecticut :: Connecticut Hunting Seasons & Regulations – 2020 :: Hunting Laws & Regulations

 

The use and possession of firearms, ammunition and bowhunting equipment is regulated in the interest of public safety and the conservation of wildlife. Hunters are also subject to any federal, state, or municipal firearms regulations. General restrictions on the use of firearms, air guns, and bowhunting equipment are described below. New statutes and regulations related to hunting and trapping may be added during the calendar year or some may change. 

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Oregon :: Oregon Hunting Seasons & Regulations – 2020 :: Definitions

Abbreviations Key

ALW = Any Legal Weapon

Ave = Avenue

ATV = All terrain vehicle

BLM = Bureau of Land Management

Blvd = Boulevard

Co = County

Cos = Counties

Cr = Creek

Dr = Drive

ELS= Electronic Licensing System

FR = Forest Road

HIP = Harvest Information Program

Hwy = Highway

I = Interstate Highway

ID = Identification

Lk = Lake

Ln = Lane

Mi = Mile

Mt = Mountain

NAR = National Antelope Refuge

NP = National Park

NF = National Forest

NWR = National Wildlife Refuge

ODA = Oregon Dept.

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Oregon :: Oregon Hunting Seasons & Regulations – 2020 :: Regulations for State Wildlife Areas

Wildlife Areas

Unit(s)

Area Name

Regulation

10, 12 Jewell Meadows WA (Clatsop Co) All areas posted as “Refuge” are closed to public entry. The Beneke Tract is open to hunting only during game mammal and game bird seasons. Posted portions of the Beneke tract are closed to public entry during any open Saddle Mt Unit elk season except for black-tailed deer hunting only during the general western Oregon ALW season with a valid unused tag. … Read More→

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