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Permits plentiful for Nebraska firearm deer opening Nov. 13
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Thousands of permits still are available for the November firearm deer hunting season which runs from Nov. 13 to 21.

Purchase additional deer stamps before Nov. 22 WV buck firearms season
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Hunters are reminded that the additional firearms deer gun stamp (Class RG - Resident or Class RRG - Nonresident) for taking an additional deer during the buck firearms season must be purchased...

Kentucky's modern gun deer opens season Nov. 13
From the Kentucky Department of Wildlife and Fish -- A huge acorn crop, the late arrival of cold weather and drought conditions across most of Kentucky could make modern gun season for deer a test for hunters.

Beat the Cold with a Few Simple Tricks
Staying on stand and alert is difficult when you're cold. Cold hunters walking to their trucks often get deer moving and push them to hunters who are able to stick it out.

Third largest harvest in Missouri's youth hunt 10-year history
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Missouri's young hunters age 6 through 15 checked 13,263 deer during the early youth portion of the firearms deer season Oct. 30 and 31. That is the third-largest number in the season's 10-year history...

November Buck
-- The end of November ushered in cool days and cold nights. The sun was giving way to the blast from the north as wave after wave fought back the warmth of the southerly breeze, and leaves began to make drifts like dirty brown piles of snow. The...

Hunters asked to consider venison donation in Wisconsin
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- The Wisconsin Venison Donation Program and affiliates, Hunt for the Hungry and Target Hunger along with more than 140 participating meat processors, are ready to accept and distribute venison don...

Colorado returns bighorn sheep to Sangre de Cristo range
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Thirteen Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep have a new home in the northern portion of the Sangre de Cristo mountain range following a successful transplant operation by the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

How to Break In a New Bow
Showing up at camp with a spanking-new untested bow or gun can be like running into your preacher at a nudist resort. There's going to be some mighty wide-eyed stares and more than a little embarrassment. When Randy Bercume of Fiskdale, Mass., arr...

Follow 4 basic rules and make hunting even safer
From the International Hunter Education Association -- Hunting is one of the safest ways to enjoy the outdoors. To ensure hunting remains safe and becomes ever safer, the International Hunter Education Association recommends hunters and shooters fol...

Quarterly firearms and ammo excise tax obligations down 16%
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- The latest Firearms and Ammunition Excise Tax Collection report released by the Department of the Treasury indicates that firearm and ammunition manufacturers reported excise tax liabilities of $102.20...

Proper carcass disposal as modern gun deer season opens
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- With modern gun season opening in Kentucky Nov. 13, hunters must know the proper way to dispose of their deer carcass.

The Need for Speed
Fast computers. Speedy couriers. Express mail. Quickie lube jobs. Instant pudding. Seems whatever is fastest, we like it the “mostest.” America’s love affair with speed isn’t limited to everyday consumer goods. It spills over to leisure sports, an...

Ask The Biologist: Old Doe or Young Doe?
Old doe or young doe, which should be taken to manage the herd? — John O.

Carcass regulations restrict bringing Virginia deer into West Virginia
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Hunters are advised that after Chronic Wasting Disease was detected in Virginia in 2009, special carcass transportation regulations became effective, and whole deer harvested in Virginia may no...

Maine firearms season opens Oct. 30, Nov. 1
From Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife -- The 25-day regular deer hunting firearms season opens for Maine residents Oct. 30, and for nonresidents Nov. 1. The season ends Nov. 27.
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