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South Dakota antelope hunters will have slightly more antelope licenses available for the 2015 prairie firearms antelope season if a proposal by the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks’ (GFP) Commission is approved in which resident hunters would have 75 more one-tag licenses (75 tags) and...Read More
Black Hills deer hunters will have 500 more resident and 40 more nonresident any whitetail deer hunting licenses available for the 2015 Black Hills deer hunting season.
In its entirety, the Black Hills deer season will have 200 resident and 16 nonresident any deer licenses along with 3,500...Read More
To assist with deer management on the Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve area, 20 archery access permits will be made available this fall. The 2015 archery season will run from Sept. 26, 2015 - Jan. 15, 2016. Archery hunters can apply for a free access permit after obtaining an antlerless...Read More
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission finalized several furbearer seasons at their meeting last week. These furbearer seasons remain unchanged and will run under the same season structure as last year.
The skunk, opossum, jackrabbit, fox, raccoon and badger seasons will all...Read More
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) Commission has proposed a slight decrease in the number of licenses available for the West River deer hunting season in 2015 with the number of one-tag licenses reduced by 250 for residents and 20 for nonresidents as compared to 2014.
A total of...Read More