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Entries for November 2009



Becker County Bruiser
On Wednesday, Nov. 8, midway through the 2006 firearms season, I was hunting in Becker County, Minn., just north of Park Rapids. The weather was unseasonably warm, with daytime highs around 60 degrees. Deer movement had been slow, and buck movement n...

I'm Already Booked for Next Year
I have been hunting in Saskatchewan since 1989 and have been lucky to harvest some really great deer. But I was still looking for the one that takes your breath away. I couldn't wait to return in 2008. I had just finished a muzzleloader hunt in Nort...

I Wish He Had A Doe With Him
We have a relatively short firearms season here in Indiana (it's 15 days beginning Nov. 15) so the anticipation really starts to build around the first of November. My home and property are adjacent to a heavily wooded coal mine reclamation track sur...

Missouri’s fall firearms turkey harvest, popularity wanes
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Missouri’s 2009 fall turkey harvest topped last year’s mark by 13 percent. Hunters checked 8,355 turkeys during the fall firearms turkey season Oct. 1 through 31. That is 970 more than last year, whic...

Grants available for public shooting ranges in Arizona
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department    -- The Arizona Game and Fish Department wants to continue to improve and expand public shooting ranges across the state by providing grant funding to qualified applicants involved in the devel...

Almost Déjà vu
By David W. Smith   -- When I struck out on opening day of Texas’ 2008 deer season with my new bottle of doe urine, I headed for the spot where I’d taken my first buck. I’d shot the 9-pointer during the last hour of another opening day, and I ...

Lesson Learned
By Michael Dalton -- My 7-year-old son came to me one day and asked, “Dad, what is it like to go deer hunting?” I explained, “Deer hunting is funny. The only thing you know for certain is: nothing is for certain. It’s not just about killing deer,...

Deer season prospects shaping up with recent rains
From Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- An early and abundant acorn crop, combined with new growth of native vegetation may force Texas deer hunters to stray from supplemental food sources during the 2009-2010 general deer season, which opens N...

New Hampshire regular firearms deer season starts Nov. 11
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Opening day for New Hampshire’s regular firearms deer season is Nov.  11, a date anticipated with enthusiasm by the state’s estimated 60,000 deer hunters.

Minnesota Hunting round-up
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Deer hunters, forest users advised about wet conditions. Minnesota residents and guests visiting state forests to use caution when operating motor vehicles or riding off-highway vehicles (OHVs) ...

Big Time Texas Hunt winners named
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Ty Chumley was due for a bit of luck after losing his home and most of his belongings to Hurricane Ike.

The Power of … um … Love
By Larry Robertson -- I have a friend who doesn’t hunt, but he loves venison. He’d asked me several times to hunt his 10-acre tract if I’d split the meat with him. I didn’t put much stock in a place so small, but I finally got around to visiting hi...
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