Hunting and Trapping

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Indiana Hunting and Trapping Regulations

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License Information - Purchase your Indiana Hunting License Online

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Ohio Hunting Information & Regulations

Ohio Hunting and Trapping Seasons

Dressing and Processing

All harvested deer and turkey must be checked within 24 hours of harvest at an official deer or turkey check station.
Deer and Turkey Check Stations:  [D=Deer, T=Turkey]

The CheckIN Game system is a free online system that allows hunters to check in their harvested game from any device that is connected to the internet.

D/T? Business City Location Phone
D/T Mendenhall True Value Hardware Richmond Corner of U.S. 40 and N.W. 5th St. 765.962.4842

Guide to Field Dressing a Deer


2014 Deer Season Summary

GiveIN Game Program - donate meat to those who could use venison to feed their families.

Hoosier Hunting

Hunting Leases

Indiana Hunting - articles from

Indiana Hunting - articles from Game & Fish

Outdoor Indiana Magazine - IN DNR publication

Indiana Outdoor News

Wild Indiana

Where to Hunt - by the Indiana DNR


Hunter Education Course - by the Indiana DNR

NRA Gun Safety Rules


Indiana Bowhunters Association

Indiana State Trappers Association

National Muzzle Loading Rifle Association

The National Rifle Association of America

The National Wild Turkey Federation


The Bowsite - information on bowhunting

Buckmaster's Whitetail Magazine Online

Deer.Com - a hunting information site sponsored by NSSF

About.Com - Hunting Links


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Did You Know?

Fossiliferous limestone of the Ordovician Period in the Whitewater Gorge is 425 Million years old. It is one of only two places in the United States where this type of limestone is exposed to the surface.