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Production of Remington® Model 870™ Shotgun Tops 10 Million
From Remington Arms Company, Inc. Remington celebrates with the "10 Millionth Model 870 Shotgun" sweepstakes Madison, NC - Remington Arms Company, Inc. is acknowledging a milestone of an American classic, the Model 870 pump-action, i...

Michigan hunters reminded about deer, elk import restrictions
From the Michigan Department of Natural Resources -- Michigan  hunters traveling out of state to hunt are reminded that it is illegal to bring back the carcass of a deer or elk from a state or province that has identified chronic wasting dis...

Deer hunters encouraged to participate in disease surveillance testing
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Hunters who register deer in northwestern and southeastern Minnesota this fall are encouraged to allow Department of Natural Resources (DNR) staff to remove small tissue samples from their ani...

Cedar Point Wildlife Management Area now opens to hunting
From the Maryland Department of Natural Resources -- Cedar Point Wildlife Management Area is now open to hunting. The WMA’s diversity of woodlands, wetlands, agricultural fields and shoreline provides numerous opportunities to hunt upland a...

Florida quota hunters can bring a guest
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Hunters can now take a friend or family member on a wildlife management area (WMA) this season, based on a change to the quota permit system. 

Ocala National Forest hunt camp passes available
From the U.S. Forest Service -- Hunt camp passes are available for the 2009-2010 general gun season on the Ocala National Forest. Hunt camps will open at 8 a.m. Nov. 13, 2009 and close at 6 p.m. Jan. 11, 2010. 

Missouri belt tightening affects 13 facilities
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- As part of the Missouri Department of Conservation’s recently announced efforts to cut costs by an estimated $7.5 million annually, the MDC will close or end its lease agreements for 13 office...

Prescribed WMA burns scheduled in Nebraska
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Prescribed burns are planned for several wildlife management areas (WMA) this fall, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Burning improves the quality of grassland habitat and the prod...

Kenney wins Silhouette championship at Pressey WMA
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Mariah Kenney of Beemer posted a score of 37X40 to win the annual Pressey High School Silhouette Championship on Saturday at Pressey Wildlife Management Area south of Broken Bow.

Hunters asked to report whooping crane sighting in North Dakota
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department  -- A recent sighting of a whooping crane in Ward County serves as a reminder for hunters to be on the lookout for these endangered birds as they make their way through the state.

Texas Bowhunters Should "Go Native"
From the Texas PWD -- An early and abundant acorn crop may force Texas bowhunters to seek out native food supplies during archery season, which runs Oct. 3-Nov. 6. Reports from Texas Parks and Wildlife Department field biologists indicate above ave...

Indiana plans public meetings Oct. 7 on Emerald Ash Borer
From Indiana Department of Natural Resources   -- The Indiana DNR will conduct public meetings in Dubois County to discuss the presence of the invasive Emerald Ash Borer beetle. The meetings will be at 3 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Oct. 7 at the Clov...

CWD testing no longer available at Hotchkiss, CO facility
From the Colorado Department of  Wildlife -- Hunters  in the North Fork Valley who want to check their harvested deer or elk for chronic wasting disease can no longer take them for testing at the Delta County Fairgrounds in Hotchiss. ...

2 Indiana divisions to co-manage Interlake hunting, trapping
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Hunting, fishing and trapping activities at Interlake State Recreation Area will be managed cooperatively by two DNR divisions – the Division of Outdoor Recreation and the Division of Fish ...

300 Yards and Not a Drop
By Brandon Walton -- My story starts on the second day of the Pennsylvania gun season. I hadn’t been able to hunt any of the archery season or for small game due to my daughter being born and taking on the duties of watching my two boys. With ...

Improved turkey nest success in Missouri
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Things are looking up for Missouri’s wild turkey flock and for those who hunt the wily birds. That is the latest word from Resource Scientist Tom Dailey. He bases his optimistic outlook on...

Wisconsin Board plans public hearings for 2010 and 2011 seasons
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board has approved hearing dates and locations for proposed changes to Wisconsin’s 2010 and 2011 deer hunting season structures.

Oct. 15 deadline to enter Big Time Texas Hunts
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is reminding Texas hunters the deadline to enter this year’s Big Time Texas Hunts is Oct. 15. Winners will be called before the end of October to give t...

I Bought My Buddy’s Luck
By Carl Temple -- Twenty-nine years ago, I decided to try bowhunting. I was hooked from day one. I’ve seen a lot of deer in those years, including some real jaw-droppers, but for one reason or another things just never happened the way I neede...

ND hunters encouraged to donate venison
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Early season deer hunters in North Dakota are being encouraged to consider donating a deer to the Sportsmen Against Hunger program.
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