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Hunters, others cautioned about illegal activity in remote areas
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin state and local officials are reminding outdoor enthusiasts to be cautious if they come across illegal drug growing operations in remote areas of the state.

Oklahoma's deer muzzleloader season kicks off Oct. 23
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Oklahoma sportsmen currently enjoying deer archery season are now gearing up for deer muzzleloader season Oct. 23-31.  

NH moose hunt opening weekend brings 32% success rate
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Nearly a third of New Hampshire's moose hunters were successful during the first two days of the season, achieving a 32 percent success rate on the opening weekend of the hunt.

When is a hunting accident not an accident?
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Hunting season is here again, and that means we’ll likely see reports of people shooting each other, shooting themselves or falling out of tree stands.

NM youth elk licenses still available
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- More than 1,200 of the youth-only elk licenses for the 2010 season are still available on New Mexico's Game and Fish website.

KS big game permit applications for nonprofits due Jan. 1
From Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- By state law, Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission can authorize as many as seven Commission Big Game Permits per calendar year. Of these, one may be an elk permit, one may be an antelope permit, and t...

Salve for a Season Gone Wrong
Even before the gleaming silver cross was built, the one that now stands high above the scarred mountainside, Tim Gammons could see the place where the plane crashed. The accident had gouged a gaping hole in the forest. Even against the night sky,...

What You Can Learn From Tracks
Once you've located deer trails, look for tracks. If all the tracks are going in the same direction, follow the trail to determine where it goes. Depending on where the food source is, you might have found the main trail heading to the food source...

Landowners in six North Dakota Units need doe hunters
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- There are some North Dakota landowners looking for doe hunters in hunting units 2I, 3D1, 3E1, 3F1, 4A and 4E.

New Jersey bear application period open until Oct. 30
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- New Jersey hunters are reminded that the black bear permit lottery application period closes on Oct. 30. Applicants must have a current, valid NJ firearm hunting license to apply.

Missouri approves elk restoration plan
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- The Missouri Conservation Commission has approved an elk restoration plan that includes health protocols, herd management guidelines and habitat management recommendations. Releases of elk could begin ...

NH youth deer hunt Oct. 23-24
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire's youth deer weekend, Oct. 23 and 24 gives young hunters a chance to go deer hunting with an adult mentor without the pressure of competing with adult hunters.

WV offers special access areas for hunters with Class Q/QQ permits
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Physically challenged hunters possessing a Class Q/QQ hunting permit may hunt on designated roads throughout the Monongahela National Forest, portions of the George Washington/Jefferson Nationa...

Black bear study underway in Missouri
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- For several decades, Missouri's bears have been something of a mystery. Numerous sightings in recent years have provided clear evidence that black bears live in Missouri. However, specific details abou...

WV wild boar firearms season opens Oct. 23
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- West Virginia's wild boar firearms season runs from Oct. 23 through Oct. 30 in Boone, Logan, Raleigh and Wyoming Counties.

Young Texas hunters get first shot during special weekend
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Instead of sacking sweets this Halloween, many young Texans will be bagging wild game during the special youth-only hunting weekend Oct. 30-31.

Nebraska offers special deer hunts to reduce population
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Special antlerless deer hunting opportunities are available in Eugene T. Mahoney and Platte River state parks and Schramm Park State Recreation Area to reduce high deer populations along the Platte Rive...

Utah's rifle deer hunt shorter this fall
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- Hunters  might see a few more young bucks when Utah's general rifle buck deer hunt starts Oct. 23. But, hunters will also have fewer days to take a deer.

Nebraska, NSSF launch youth hunting campaign
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska's Game and Parks Commission and National Shooting Sports Foundation have launched a statewide marketing campaign to encourage fathers to take their children hunting.

3 special dates for WV Youth/Class Q permit holders
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Youth hunters between the ages of 8 and 17 and Class Q permit holders will have a chance to harvest an antlerless deer on each of three days this year-Oct.  30, Dec. 27 and Dec. 28.
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