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White Chicken Chili
They say the sense of smell is the most powerful for recalling memories. That certainly seems to be the case whenever I make white chicken chili. Each step of the cooking process brings back fond memories of a happy day in October of 2001. That’s...

Not Afraid of the Dark
Very few deer hunters are willing to rise when roosters and sane men sleep in order to climb a tree and hug themselves in the dark a full two hours before dawn. They might, if they were targeting a specific buck - a really big buck - and if that wer...

Southwest Colorado late youth turkey season Nov. 20-28
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Colorado reminds young hunters to take advantage of the special late turkey season in southwest Colorado Nov. 20 to 28.

Dec. 10 application deadline for WI spring turkey, bear permits
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wild turkey and black bear hunters have until close of business Dec. 10 to apply for permits for Wisconsin's 2011 spring turkey and black bear hunting seasons.

Wisconsin adds Text-a-Tip to hotline
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin hunters can now report potential hunting and public safety violations by text messaging an anonymous tip to DNR hotline operators.

Wisconsin tallies preliminary deer hunter wildlife survey results
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Eight weeks into the 2010 deer hunting seasons, deer sightings are up slightly over 2009 in most areas of the state, according to early returns from the Deer Hunter Wildlife Survey.

A Break in the Clouds
Miserable day ends with muzzleloader GIANT and a classic Heartland meal. Southern Ohio - 2:35 a.m. With a gasp, I bolted straight up in bed, rubbed my eyes and fumbled for my digital camera sitting on the nightstand. Eventually, I mashed the right ...

When It Comes to Dessert - All is Fair in Deer Camp
Dessert is a highly prized commodity in deer camp. I’ve seen scuffles, wounded friendships, multiple contusions and out-and-out thievery over something as trivial as the last squirt of Cool Whip. But I almost feel guilty about the apple pie incide...

Super-Saver Sixguns
Checked the price of new guns lately? I have, and they’re definitely not getting any cheaper. With the cost of living high and family budgets stretched, adding a new handgun to the hunting arsenal is out of the question for many of us. Fortunately, ...

WMA Whopper
-- Getting drawn for a quota hunt is always a good thing. I was fortunate enough to get drawn for the Kleber Wildlife Management Area (WMA) hunt on November 3rd & 4th.

Ohio popular deer-gun season opens Nov. 29
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio's popular deer-gun season opens statewide Nov. 29, offering hunters a full week to harvest a whitetail. The season includes an extra weekend of gun hunting Dec. 18-19.

Indiana asks Lifetime License holders to update info
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- The Indiana DNR Division of Fish and Wildlife is asking lifetime license holders to update their current mailing address in the DNR online license system.

Missouri deer firearms opening weekend numbers up
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Rain and cooler temperatures across Missouri came just in time for the Nov. 13 and 14 opening weekend of the state's firearms portion of deer season.

ND muzzleloader season open Nov. 26, antlerless licenses remain
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota's muzzleloader deer season opens at noon Nov. 26 and continues through Dec. 12. Hunters with a lottery muzzleloader license can hunt white-tailed deer statewide.  

Third highest harvest at Camp Ripley bow hunt
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Archers harvested 220 deer and took eight bucks that weighed more than 200 pounds each at the second two-day hunt at Camp Ripley Oct. 30 and 31.

Non-Typical Hunter Takes Huge Typical Buck
If you saw Kansas resident Paula Wiggers walking down the street, you wouldn’t necessarily assume she was head-over-heels in love with bowhunting. Her home-sewn, long dress and black prayer-covering on her head identify her Mennonite faith. A polite ...

Northeast Minnesota moose hunt results show small increase
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Hunters in search of a once-in-a-lifetime bull moose found more success during this fall’s season in northeastern Minnesota.

Minnesota's opening firearm weekend show slight harvest increase
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Minnesota reports firearm hunters harvested and registered 85,163 deer Nov. 6 and 7, up slightly from last year's 85,074.

Nov. 20 opening for NY Southern Zone deer, bear seasons
From the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation -- New York's  2010 regular deer season opens at sunrise Nov. 20 in New York's Southern Zone.

Wisconsin project seeks info on predator impact on deer herd
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Two projects set to get underway this winter in Wisconsin will look at the causes of death in bucks and fawns including the roles of predators, weather and hunters.
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