© By Othmar Vohringer
According to a news report from Radio 1280 KOTA South Dakota proposes to introduce new turkey hunting regulations that will bring several new changes. It is proposed to limit the use of rifles to hunt turkeys in the Black Hills during spring hunting season and instead increase bow and muzzleloader opportunities.
Other proposed changes to the Spring Turkey Season include a 5-percent increase in non-resident tags for the prairie units, combining the Perkins County units to become one unit, combining Marshall and Roberts counties into one unit with one season, eliminating the split season for the Day/Codington county units to have one season, open Moody and Hand counties to archery hunting, but close Brookings County to archery hunting west of I-29.
The new proposal is still up for public discussion to read more about this visit this website or the website of the South Dakota DNR.
Tags: South Dakota, Black Hills, Turkey Hunting Regulation Proposal