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Entries for September 2009



Never Say Never & Never Give Up!
By Ariel Shead My dad and I were sitting on a power line, deer hunting as usual. I was into it, but thinking at the same time, "Naw. No big huge buck or doe is gonna walk out there" So while I was half asleep and in a daydream, my dad was ...

Sight-in opportunities available to Nebraska hunters
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Hunters will have opportunities to sight-in their equipment before taking to the field this fall, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Sept. 26 events celebrate contributions of hunters and anglers to conservation
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The 38th Annual National Hunting and Fishing Day— designated by Congressional decree and Presidential Proclamation — will be held Sept. 26. The event is a nationwide celebration of h...

$100 bonds, shotguns, other awards await young KS shooters; Sept. 14 entry date
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- On Saturday, Sept. 19, the Kinsley Gun Club will host its 17th Annual Kids Klassic trap shooting tournament for young shooters. Each youngster will fire at 100 targets.

Can I shoot a feral hog? Arkansas says ‘please do’
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Feral hogs are not native to North America, but many feral hogs live in Arkansas because of illegal releases and high reproductive success. Hogs compete directly with many native game animals for food...

Toll free number is vital check for Arkansas deer, turkey hunters
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- A new number is impacting the lives of Arkansas deer and turkey hunters. They will get to know it – at least the ones who are successful in taking a buck, a doe or a turkey. The number is (8...

My Best Arrived on Squirrel Paws
By Mike Ransford -- During the first week of November 2008, 10 of us went to Altoona, Kan., to hunt with Paradise Adventures. We were greeted with 80-degree temperatures, which kept deer movement to a minimum the first couple of days. On day three,...

Illinois deer hunting season news round-up
From the Illinois Department of Natural Resources Youth Firearm Deer Hunt: The Illinois Youth Either-Sex Firearm Deer Hunt is Oct. 10-11.  Permits for this season will be available over-the-counter from DNR Direct license and permit vendors ...

Become an archer at the Hoosier Outdoor Experience
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources   -- Indiana residents can hit the bulls-eye by participating in the Hoosier Outdoor Experience Sept. 26–27.         Archery is for more than hunting. In fact, ar...

Applications for LA Wildlife Management Area lottery hunts now available
From the Louisiana Division of Wildlife and Fisheries -- The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries is now accepting applications for lottery hunts to be held on several Wildlife Management Areas the  upcoming hunting season.   ...

North Carolina hunters big game harvest report has new element
From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is reminding hunters to enter their Harvest ID number on this year’s big game harvest report card.   This Harvest ID number is located ...

Colorado shooting clinic geared toward women, kids
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- A free Shooting Instruction Clinic followed by an optional guided Dove Hunting Clinic east of Lamar on Sunday, Sept. 13 is geared toward women and youth who are new to hunting.  The event begins with...

Missouri archers will find more mature bucks this year
From the Missouri Department of Conservation  -- Missouri’s top deer biologist says hunters can expect to find more mature bucks when archery deer season opens Sept. 15. Archers enjoy a long season, Sept. 15 through Nov. 13 and Nov. 25 ...

Colorado plans first Hunting and Fishing Day Sept. 26 in Denver
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Colorado plans its first-ever National Hunting & Fishing Day event Saturday, Sept. 26 at the Denver DOW Headquarters, 6060 Broadway, Denver.  The full day event begins at 9 a.m., and features edu...

The Haystack Buck
By Jon Bryan -- At 5 p.m., I had defied logic, was sitting behind a tree and scouting for deer. What’s illogical about that? The tree that I was hiding behind was in the feed lot, not 200 feet from the east side of my house. By dark, I had se...

Deer hunters can take feral hogs in NJ DM Zone 25
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- Deer hunters may take feral hogs during all deer seasons in Deer Management Zone 25 in Gloucester County. The hogs can be taken under a Special Wildlife Management Permit issued to the NJ DEP D...

2009-10 Louisiana hunting regulations available online
From the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- The 2009-10 Hunting Regulations pamphlet is now available on the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) website at

Community Archery Program targets Phoenix and Tucson metro areas
From the Arizona Fish and Game Department -- The Archery Trade Association and Arizona Game and Fish Department and have teamed up to increase archery and bowhunting programs for youngsters throughout Arizona and enhance facilities in the Phoenix ...

Urban legends on gun control bills continue to surface
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- It seems urban legends about new gun-control bills are continuing to surface. The latest fallacy to cause concern is a bill "SB 2099" that would allegedly require gun owners to list their ...
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