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Nebraska archery deer season opens Sept. 15
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission  -- Nebraska bowhunters, with bonus tags in tow, will take to the woods Sept. 15 for the opening of the archery deer hunting season.

NE high school small bore rifle silhouette championships Sept. 26
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- All hunter education graduates who are at least 11 years old but have not graduated from high school are invited to compete in the 2009 Nebraska High School Small Bore Rifle Silhouette Championships....

Nebraska fall turkey season opens Sept. 15
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The Nebraska opening for fall turkey season is Sept. 15 this year. From Sept. 15-Dec. 31, holders of fall turkey hunting permits may pursue gobblers using either shotgun or archery equipment. The...

Bowhunters reminded of regulations, etiquette with tree stands
From the North Dakota Fish and Game Department -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department reminds bowhunters of two regulation changes involving hunting from tree stands on state wildlife management areas. It is important to follow all regu...

ND herd reduction deer gun seasons open Sept. 25
From the North Dakota Fish and Game Department -- Two special herd reduction antlerless deer gun seasons will open soon. These seasons are designed to lower deer numbers in specific regions of the state. A seven-day season for does in northea...

ND youth deer season opens Sept. 18
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Friday, Sept. 18 at noon signals the start of a nine-and-a-half day deer hunting season for youth ages 12-15. According to state law, licensed youth ages 12 and 13 are allowed to hunt statewid...

Colorado public meeting to discuss deer/elk hunts Sept. 28
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- The Colorado Division of Wildlife will host a public meeting Sept. 28 at 7 p.m.  to discuss the management of deer and elk hunting units in the South Fork area. The meeting will take place at the Car...

White Lake lottery hunt applications due Oct. 8
From the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is now accepting applications for the 2009-10 waterfowl marsh and rice field lottery hunts on the White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area i...

CCC reunion Oct. 10 at Indiana’s Fort Harrison park
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Veterans of the Civilian Conservation Corps will be honored at Fort Harrison State Park with an Indiana statewide reunion on Oct. 10, at the park's Camp Glenn, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. CCC vet...

Sight in a favorite rifle, shoot at new Idaho shotgun range
From the Idaho Fish and Game Commission -- With Idaho's general rifle season fast approaching, the Idaho Fish and Game encourages hunters to visit their local rifle range before the seasons begin.

Colorado DOW offers hunting marksmanship class Sept. 26-27
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- The Colorado Division of Wildlife is offering a Hunting Marksmanship Class in Monte Vista Sept.  26-27 at the  Division of Wildlife Monte Vista Service Center, 0722 South Road 1 East. To registe...

What is the Arkansas season limit on deer? Four, maybe
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- It’s a common question. What is the season limit on deer in Arkansas? But the answer isn’t so simple. The season bag limit is four deer, provided at least one deer is taken in one of t...

Immediately tagging deer is a must for Arkansas hunters
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- It is easy for Arkansas hunters to remember the rule for putting a tag on any deer they take: Tag the deer immediately. Arkansas hunters must tag deer before moving it, before calling a hunting bu...

All young hunters can participate in Vermont youth hunts
From the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources   -- Nonresident young hunters may now participate in Vermont’s special youth hunt weekends for deer and turkey. Vermont’s legislative statute governing youth deer and turkey hunt...

New Missouri magazine will challenge kids to Xplor the outdoors
From the Missouri Department of Conservation  -- A multi-media nature-tainment mash-up called Xplor is the Missouri Department of Conservation’s latest tool for reconnecting children with nature. The bimonthly magazine is free for Misso...

Feral hog toll mounts in battle for Missouri’s wildlands
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- The outcome of Missouri’s war against feral hogs remains uncertain, but conservation officials are gathering intelligence behind enemy lines and marshalling forces for a pitched battle.

Wildlife Heritage Festival at Pequest Sept. 26
From the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection -- The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife will hold its popular Wildlife Heritage Festival from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Pequest Trout Hatchery and Natural Resource...

Three for Three
By Jay Stanton -- In 2006, I was hunting in western Nebraska with my two young sons and two good friends in the Pine Ridge National Forest southeast of Chadron. The previous morning, opening day of rifle season, I'd shot a nice 3x4 muley, so my hunt...

Can It be This Easy?
By Adam Wies -- When I decided to try hunting deer for the first time, I was on my own. Nobody in my family, nor any friends hunt. So I surfed the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency's website and found a wildlife management area about 20 minutes fr...

Hunting Through Diversity
By Tim Walker  -- I truly believe in hunting where one has the best chance to bag a trophy. If your state isn’t producing trophy deer, then go to a state that is. Ohio is known to produce record-size deer each year, not like my home s...
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