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AZ Game and Fish partners with sportsmen for first-time hunter clinics
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department   -- Parents who want to see kids take a break from video games can help their kids learn how to hunt in a safe, mentored environment.

Indiana public meetings will discuss bovine TB
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- The Indiana Department of Natural Resources and the Indiana State Board of Animal Health (BOAH) issued a reminder of three public meetings scheduled next week at which they will address the curr...

Vermont hunter education now online
From the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department   -- The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is now offering an alternative to the hunter education manual and workbook—an online course for basic firearm education. 

Firewood restriction in effect on Minnesota state lands
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- With the arrival of the 2009 fall hunting season, hunters are reminded that only firewood purchased at a state park or from a DNR-approved vendor may be brought onto any DNR-administered lands....

NJ division to stock dog training areas
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- Eleven dog training areas will be stocked with quail for dog training purposes only prior to the Nov.  7 opening of the small game season, according to the NJ DEP Division of Fish and Wild...

Vermont biologists observing dramatic loss of bat population
From the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department -- Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department biologists are monitoring bat populations as they return to caves and mines this fall, and they are discovering dramatic losses in bat numbers.

One Memorable Hunt
By Brad Shelton -- The sun was beating down on the back of my neck, sweat was rolling off my face and mosquitoes the size of hummingbirds had swarmed me all day. Welcome to opening day of the Kentucky archery season. It was Sept. 1, 2007, at abou...

Toll-free number a must for Arkansas deer and turkey hunters
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Deer and turkey hunters will want to keep one number handy as they head into the woods. It’s a number required for taking a buck, a doe or a turkey.

Breaking News: Year’s First MONSTER!
By Mike Handley -- If a Wisconsin buck’s green score of 251 inches is as on target as the arrow that felled it on Sept. 20, Wayne Schumacher’s 30-pointer might well be a new state record. The antlers have not been officially taped f...

Tennessee launches internet check-ion system
From the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency -- The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will launch its first-ever big game internet check-in system this year to help accommodate hunters who may have difficulty finding an open check station.

New Jersey wild turkey season Oct. 26-31
From the N Division of Fish and Wildlife -- New Jersey's 2009 Wild Turkey Fall Hunting Season begins Monday, Oct. 26 and continues through Saturday, Oct.31.  Leftover fall turkey permits will be available beginning 10 a.m. on Tuesday, Oct.13...

Late for Work, But Who Could Blame Him?
By Jerren Almon -- I live in a small town in Oklahoma.  I have always been an avid hunter and live for opening day. We recently bought some land down from our house to build on in a couple of years. One day, as we were driving the land and tal...

Indiana to honor famed archer and author Maurice Thompson
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Gene Hopkins wasn’t the least bit surprised to see Maurice Thompson’s name show up on the inaugural list of inductees for the Indiana Conservation Hall of Fame. 

Indiana fall turkey season Oct. 1–Oct. 25
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana’s 2009 fall turkey season begins Oct. 1 with the opening of the archery-only portion of the season. From Oct. 1 through Oct. 25, fall turkey hunters can use archery equipment in se...

Important changes a plus for NJ fall bow season
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- Important changes greet Garden State bow hunters this year, including the use of crossbows for all archery seasons. Also, bow and arrow deer hunting is legal on Sundays on Wildlife Management A...

Indiana early archery deer season, Oct. 1–Nov. 29
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana’s 2009 deer season begins with the opening day of early archery, Oct. 1. According to Chad Stewart, Indiana’s deer biologist, “Our deer herd is very strong. Hunters...

3 reasons for Americans to respect hunters, anglers
From the Wonders of Wildlife Museum and the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- Hunters and anglers deserve America's respect now more than ever, say organizers of the National Hunting and Fishing Day, Saturday, Sept. 26. The observance was for...

Youth hunting opportunities increase in Ohio
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio's youth hunters will again have several added opportunities to learn and practice their hunting skills this fall. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife offers se...

Correcting misperceptions about modern sporting rifles
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation   -- The National Shooting Sports Foundation has launched a national media campaign designed to correct widespread misperceptions among gun owners and non-gun owners about AR-15-style rifles, also...

A Strong Will to Survive
By Brian Bothum -- It was Oct. 31, 2007, and the Minnesota Rifle season was only a few days away. That afternoon, I drove to my stand, 40 miles north of Thief River Falls and 9 miles west of Karlstad. The area I hunt is situated in the middle of a ...
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