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Ohio's young hunters see successful 2-day youth deer hunt
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Young hunters aged 17 and under harvested 9,024 deer during the special two-day season Nov. 20 and 21, as compared to 9,331 last year. It was the state's seventh annual Youth Deer-Gun season.

Late season offers Colorado youth chance to fill tags
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Youth hunters who didn't fill their cow or either-sex elk tags during the regular seasons are eligible to hunt antlerless elk anywhere in Colorado where a late season is scheduled. Those with unfilled bull e...

Nebraska muzzleloader deer season starts Dec. 1
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska's statewide muzzleloader deer season runs from Dec. 1 to 31. Hunters are hoping for  better conditions than a year ago, when snow covered the state much of the month. Harvest during the 2...

ND workshop Dec. 13 to focus on hunting access
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Hunters looking for suggestions on how to gain more access to private land can attend a hunter-landowner relations workshop Dec. 13 in Bismarck.

Southern Flying Squirrels Glide - Not Fly
The Southern flying squirrel, Glaucomys volans, is one of the smallest Oklahoma squirrels, measuring only eight to 10 inches long including a three to four inch tail. Although primarily gray with a cream-colored stomach, there are reports of redd...

T.J. and Ashley make their grandparents proud
I purchased my grandson T.J. a Mossberg 100 ATR Super Bantam in May of 2010 for his sixth birthday. On weekends we went to different stands on our club for T.J. to practice. Opening day we hunted a stand which he couldn't see over the shooting re...

Choose the Right Slug
We live in a world of information overload, with seemingly pertinent data assailing us from all angles, thanks to packaging design, the media and the Internet. In many cases, it’s too much information. From cold medicines to vehicles, electronics...

Beg Pardon Surgeon General
WARNING: Smoking big bucks during pregnancy can result in a taxidermy bill. If I had listened to my friends and family who said I would not be able to hunt while seven months pregnant, I wouldn't have taken the fabulous buck I shot on Nov. 12, 20...

A Thanksgiving to Remember
My family’s 2004 Thanks-giving hunt in Montana ended with my son, Jackie III, shooting a handsome 12-point whitetail while my daughter, Anne Tyler, drew a blank. That was partly my fault. I’d pulled her off several good bucks in favor of a really ...

Texans asked to be aware of scheduled hunts in parks
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Texas Parks and Wildlife is urging the public to be aware this is the time of year when a number of state parks restrict access to allow hunters a chance to harvest white-tailed deer and other wildlife...

Wisconsin gun deer season opens Nov. 20
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin's regular nine-day gun deer hunting season opens Nov. 20 and runs through Nov. 28. State wildlife officials say conditions look very good, with the rut still near peak across much of th...

Delaware hunters reminded to tag deer immediately after harvest
From the Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control -- Delaware officials are reminding hunters they are required by law to tag deer immediately after harvest, and they're offering advice on working with paper tags provided...

Oklahoma officials detail rut; rifle season opens Nov. 20
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Oklahoma's deer rifle season kicks off Nov. 20, and conservation  personnel are reporting the rut is heating up just in time.

Kansas connecting GPS for hunters to find walk-in properties
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- When it comes to finding where to hunt, Kansas has both Garmin GPS(global positioning) and Google Earth files provided on the KDWP website to help hunters find locations of Walk-In Hunting Access (...

Sporting license sales remain strong in Maine
From the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife -- Maine's sportsmen and women continue to buck national trends. License sale records from the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife show fishing license sales rose by 11 percent from ...

Colorado plans unfilled youth pronghorn tag hunt Dec. 4-8
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- The Chico Basin Ranch and the Colorado Division of Wildlife are collaborating for a second year in a row to offer access for youth pronghorn hunters during the late pronghorn doe season Dec. 4 to 8.

PA offers free tools to estimate deer age and weight
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Hunters have two questions they want answered when they harvest a deer. The first question-how old is it? The second-how much does it weigh?

Scouting Is More Than Just Finding Deer
For many hunters, scouting is half the fun of hunting -- and with good reason. There's nothing like the feeling of finding concentrated buck sign and trying to picture the buck that made it. It's also fun to picture that buck on your wall.

Winters Day Etouffee
Nothing Inspires a Heart-Warming Recipe Like an Icy Brush With Death. Cabin fever can be a dangerous thing, especially to a whitetail hunter who’s been cooped up for three days, waiting out an ice storm. Gale force winds were continuing to rip dow...

Sourdough Bread
A little ceramic crock sits on my kitchen counter, filled with sourdough bread starter from a recipe given to me by my mother many years ago. Once a week, I take a dipper of its content, mix it with flour, oil, yeast and sugar to begin filling the...
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