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Ohio sees decline in fall turkey harvest numbers
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio's fall wild turkey season ended Nov. 28 with 1,336 birds killed during the seven-week season.

Tuscarawas County leads Ohio deer gun harvest
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio hunters took 104,442 white-tailed deer during the state's popular, week-long deer gun season Nov. 29 through Dec.  5. In 2009, hunters killed a preliminary total of 114,633 deer during the s...

Factory Customs
A custom rifle, like a Ferrari, is something we all dream about, but somehow never get around to purchasing. Not only is the cost prohibitive, but the wait from conception to finished product can take years. But there is an alternative, and for t...

Backtrack a Buck
Old Man Winter was conspiring with Mother Nature to ruin my day. It had been snowing sideways for a couple of hours. Worse yet, it was so cold my eyelids were beginning to freeze shut. I mean, I had to bite off my mitt and literally pry my eyes op...

PA residents urged to participate in Christmas Bird Count
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Officials are urging wildlife enthusiasts to join thousands of volunteers throughout the United States in the Audubon Society's 111th Annual Christmas Bird Count (CBC) Dec. 14 through Jan. 5.

Apply now for Utah turkey hunting permit
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- Even though snow has just started to fall in Utah, one group of Utah residents-wild turkey hunters-is already preparing for next spring. Dec. 9 is the first day to apply for a wild turkey hunting permi...

Small hunt changes in Utah for 2011, huge changes for 2012
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- The Utah Wildlife Board has split Utah into smaller deer hunting areas, with deer hunting changes taking effect in 2012.

Kentucky cow elk firearms season opens Dec. 11
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife -- The quota firearms hunt for cow elk opens Dec. 11 in southeastern Kentucky's 16-county elk zone.

Commission seeks to extend KY gun deer season in Zones 3, 4
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife -- The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission has proposed adding six days antlered deer hunting to modern gun deer season in Zones 3 and 4, and issuing 800 quota hunt elk tags for the 2011-2012 seaso...

Hunters take 3,039 bears during Pennsylvania 8-day season
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- With 224 bears taken during the first-ever statewide, five-day archery bear season, and 2,815 bears taken during the restructured three-day bear season, which included a Saturday opener, preliminary harvest r...

Florida may require hunters to report 2011 deer harvests
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission -- Florida's Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has directed its staff to advertise new rule proposals requiring all hunters to tag harvested white-tailed deer and report the harvest to the FWC.

New multi-year Kansas youth licenses available Dec. 15
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Beginning Dec. 15, the Department of Wildlife and Parks will offer Kansas residents a multi-year youth hunting and/or fishing license, providing convenience and saving money for young hunters and a...

Stop, Look and Listen After the Shot
We all put a lot of preparation into having our equipment sighted in and ready. As a community, hunters have done a great job of educating one another about the importance of making a good, clean shot. Many of us in the outdoors media have be...

Leftover Arizona javelina, turkey, bear permits available
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- Everybody loves leftovers, and hunters interested in pursuing a springtime harvest can now apply for one of the remaining javelina, Merriam's turkey and bear permits.

Lots of Nebraska Season Choice deer permits remain
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Thousands of Season Choice Area hunting permits which allow for harvesting antlerless deer only are still available in Nebraska.

Minnesota extends spring turkey application deadline
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Turkey hunters have more time this year than they've had in the past to apply for this spring's hunt, either electronically or by telephone.

Managing nuisance deer
From the Alabama Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources -- Because white-tailed deer are very adaptive, they thrive in rural areas and are frequent residents in urban and suburban sites. Most deer-human conflicts occur in suburban developments.

Minnesota hunters register 171,000 deer since Nov. 6
From the Minnesota  Department of Natural Resources -- Minnesota hunters have registered 171,000 deer since the firearm season opened Nov. 6. During opening weekend, 107,000 deer were registered.

Hunters take 218,144 deer in 9-day Wisconsin season
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- A Wisconsin deer registration station survey shows a preliminary tally of 218,144 deer taken in the nine-day November gun deer season, an 11 percent increase over the 2009 nine-day gun season.
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