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Entries for October 2010

Watch Out for the Golden Moose!
-- Voting has begun for Outdoor Channel’s annual Golden Moose Awards — the network’s way of recognizing the best hunting and fishing shows. Outdoor Channel is encouraging viewers to visit its website to cast votes for their favorite shows, and so is...

Hunting is a $4.6 billion business in Texas
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- How does a $4.6 billion Texas-based industry go unnoticed? It's easy when you consider most of its participants go about their business cloaked in camouflage. Despite not appearing on the stock marke...

West Virginia offers First Deer Certificates online
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- To commemorate a West Virginia hunter's accomplishment in harvesting his or her first deer, the Division of Natural Resources has created an online First Deer Certificate to remember the occasi...

Nebraska approves wider use of crossbows in 2011
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska's Game and Parks Board of Commissioners has approved the wider use of crossbows as big game hunting equipment.

Number of U.S. hunters greater than expected
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- A new study funded by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and carried out by Southwick Associates has found that the pool of American hunters is much larger than previously thought.

Missouri needs hunter help for CWD surveillance Nov. 13-14
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Missouri is asking hunters who harvest deer in six north central counties during opening weekend of firearms deer season to submit samples for CWD testing as part of ongoing efforts to monitor Missouri...

Oklahoma's deer gun season opens Nov. 20
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation --The deer gun season opener--one of the biggest days of the year for Oklahoma hunters--is fast approaching. The season runs Nov. 20 through Dec. 5.

WV black bear hunting runs concurrent with deer season
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Deer hunters are reminded that a concurrent bear season without dogs will be held Nov. 22 to  Dec. 4 in all or parts of 10 West Virginia counties.

A Father and Son Achievement
-- For years, I have hunted by myself. I’ve always dreamed about sharing my time in the woods with my father, but due to his busy schedule and his selfless acts of helping everyone else, he just didn’t have the time. He’d bowhunted for many years, bu...

Florida plans 10 weekend hunts for Edwards Small Game Area
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Florida hunters who like to pursue gray squirrels, other small game or wild hogs can try the L. Kirk Edwards Small Game Area in Leon County, which opened for 10 weekend hunts Oct. 23....

Offsetting factors may hold Missouri deer harvest steady
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Acorn availability, crop harvest, the four-point rule and population shifts caused by last year's harvest and hemorrhagic disease will affect the final tally from the November firearms deer hunt.

Expect a good deer season in Minnesota, and get that license early
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Hunters who venture into field and forest for Minnesota's firearms deer season can expect a good deer season and ample hunting opportunities.

NH regular firearms deer season starts Nov. 10
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Opening day for New Hampshire's regular firearms deer season is Nov.10, a date anticipated by the state's estimated 60,000 deer hunters. 

Don't hunt near Union Pacific railroad tracks
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Union Pacific Railroad is urging hunters to resist the temptation to hunt on railroad property this season. It is not only dangerous, it is against the law - a trespassing violation because railroa...

Woodlawn Elementary wins the NASP World Tournament
Georgia is home to a world champion elementary school archery team after this month's National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) World Tournament. Woodlawn Elementary is the first Georgia school to compete on the World Competition level, whic...

ND deer hunters reminded of CWD safety measures in 3F2
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Hunters with a deer license in unit 3F2 are reminded of preventive measures intended to reduce the likelihood of spreading chronic wasting disease in North Dakota.

Wisconsin's mentored hunting law grows in second year
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- With the fall hunting seasons in full swing, now is the time Wisconsin hunters can take advantage of Wisconsin's mentored hunting law.

NH topographic maps now available online
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire hunters, hikers and outdoor enthusiasts can now access topographic maps of the entire state.

Warm Weather Deer Care
Many archery seasons have begun across the country, and the way the weather has been the past few years, warm temperatures can carry on well into the gun seasons. Proper care of your harvested deer is essential.

Long-Range Muzzleloading
It is an association that has been cast in stone for decades: muzzleloaders equal short range. The fact that history records 500-, 800- and 1,000-yard muzzleloader matches as far back as the 1700s in England, France, Germany and the colonial Unite...
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