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Georgia’s firearms deer season opens Oct. 17
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- Georgia’s firearms deer season opens Saturday, Oct. 17 and lasts through Jan. 1 in the Northern Zone and in the Southern Zone, through Jan. 15.

NH youth deer hunt set for Oct. 24-25
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Commission -- New Hampshire's youth deer weekend Oct. 24-25 gives young people a chance to go deer hunting with an adult mentor without competing with adult hunters. Accompanying adults must be licensed hunters ...

Nebraska plans special antlerless deer harvest at Mahoney State Park
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Because deer are so numerous in the Eugene T. Mahoney State Park area, causing crop damage and collisions with vehicles, the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is looking for hunters to harvest antlerl...

Current Arkansas deer harvest now available online
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Deer hunters interested in studying the state’s deer harvest can now get real-time data on the season. Hunters can check the deer harvest numbers at https://dev.ark.org/gamecheck/reports.php.

Hunters can help through Illinois Sportsmen Against Hunger program
From the Illinois Department of Natural Resources -- Deer hunters are again helping hungry families in Illinois by providing venison to food banks, food pantries, and charitable organizations again this deer season through the Illinois Sportsmen Aga...

The Worst of Times, the Best of Bucks
By Bill Hoffman -- Oct. 26, 2008, was a very blustery day in the middle of the South Dakota archery season. With wind gusts of up to 50 mph, I was very hesitant to go out that evening. My wife commented on how crazy I was, but I justified it by say...

Setting Goals and Shooting Bucks
By Sue Griffin -- My father taught me to hunt and fish when I was really young, which cemented the bond between us. Being a girl was never an obstacle. He passed away when I was 18, but he left me with a spirit of independence. Twenty years later,...

Missouri Wildlife Code changes now in effect
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Changes to Missouri’s Wildlife Code that went into effect July 1 affect youth and nonresident permits, the antler-point restriction, urban deer hunting zones and the timing of the antlerless and muz...

Long Wait for His First Buck
By John Everett -- My grandfather, Hubert Myers, passed away on May 16, 2006. He was my best friend, hunting partner and mentor – the coolest 89-year-old kid you ever saw. There wasn’t anything he wouldn’t try.  I accompanied him in a deer...

New Delaware requirement for deer registration by phone or internet
From the Delaware Division of Fish and Wildlife -- With the 2009-2010 deer season underway, the Delaware Division of Fish & Wildlife reminds hunters of a new requirement that  all harvested deer must be registered via the Division’s toll f...

Mosquitoes Stole My Blood Trail
By Darin Wiley -- Kansas bowhunters got an early start in 2008, but the price was having to deal with the heat and bugs. I was out there on Sept. 25, sweating and swatting mosquitoes. When I’d finally had enough about 6:50 p.m., I dug out the repel...

Do you know where your deer license is?
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Deer gun season is only a month away in North Dakota. Do you know where your deer license is? Every year the North Dakota Game and Fish Department gets last minute inquiries from hunters who can’t...

Illinois deer hunting news round up
  From the Illinois Department of Natural Resources -- Firearm and Muzzleloader Permits: Illinois Firearm and Muzzleloader-only Deer permits that are still available after the close of the random daily drawing period on Oct. 1 will be sol...

Easter Eggs for Adults
By Jennifer Bilott -- My husband, Jim, introduced me to hunting shed antlers before we married. When I tell my friends I’m going shed hunting, they look at me in a puzzled way and say, “You have three garages. What do you need a shed for?” So I mu...

Vermont muzzleloader antlerless deer permits awarded
From the Vermont Agency of Natural Resource   -- Winners of Vermont’s muzzleloader season antlerless deer permits have just been listed on the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department’s website (vtfishandwildlife.com).   H...

The Lost Shall Be Found
By Trent Ledbetter -- Two days into the muzzleloader season, I had yet to get a deer and they guys were riding me pretty hard. I had seen more deer than ever during bow season, but they always stayed just out of range. I didn’t have a muzzlel...

Urban deer hunts provide meals for less fortunate
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Urban hunts in Arkansas have proved extremely successful in reducing deer numbers in urban settings and providing much needed meat for food banks. In the four urban hunts in Arkansas, a total of 220 d...

Oct. 5 registration deadline for free Kansas youth shooting clinic
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Council Grove area youth are invited to attend a free shotgun, pellet rifle and archery shooting clinic Saturday, Oct. 10 at Council Grove Reservoir.

Commission closes 2009 fall turkey hunting in Arkansas
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- After voicing concerns about declining spring turkey harvests, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission voted last week to close all 2009 fall turkey hunting seasons in the state. The archery turkey seas...

Missouri conservation auctions surplus property Oct. 17 in Salem
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- The Missouri Department of Conservation surplus property auction Oct. 17 in Salem gets underway at 10 a.m. at the Conservation Department Maintenance Center at the junction of Highways 72 and 32. Au...
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