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ND reports bighorn sheep, moose and elk harvests
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Harvest statistics released by the North Dakota Game and Fish Department show overall hunter success during the 2009 season for bighorn sheep was 100 percent, 90 percent for moose and 42 percent for ...

Youth can sign up for MA spring youth turkey hunt
From the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife -- Young people ages 12-17 who want to try turkey hunting can take the opportunity by contacting participating sportsmen’s clubs in the Massachusetts Youth Turkey Hunting Program. 

NASP state tournament a hit with student archers
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota’s National Archery in the Schools Program is growing fast, if this year’s state tournament is any indication.

Nebraska considers big game regulation changes
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners will consider amendments to big game hunting regulations for 2010 at its regular meeting March 19.

The Turnaround Buck
“Things have to take a drastic turn if I’m going to take a good buck this season,” I thought as I headed to my hunting grounds on the afternoon of Nov. 13, 2005.  It was the last day of my week-long vacation, and I was worn out from hunting h...

Minnesota surplus spring turkey permits on sale March 15
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Turkey hunters who were unsuccessful in this year’s spring hunting season lottery may apply for surplus permits starting at 5 p.m. March 15.

WV Archery in the Schools Program tournament March 27
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- The fifth annual West Virginia Archery in the Schools (AIS) Program State Tournament March 27 in Charleston should be the largest indoor youth archery tournament in the history of the state wit...

Oklahoma Wildlife Youth Camp applications due April 16
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- A lifetime of hunting and fishing is full of memories and lessons about life, nature and ethics, and youth who enjoy the outdoors can take that one step farther by pursuing a career in wildlif...

Nebraska schedules BOW and BOF workshops
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- A series of Becoming an Outdoors-Woman and Becoming an Outdoors Family workshops are scheduled for 2010, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Return of the Sweet 16
Carries like a 20, shoots like a 12 - granddad’s bird gun was much too efficient to go away. Over the years, the 16-gauge shotgun has had its share of ups and downs. It has been embraced and discarded any number of times over the history of modern s...

5 Utah elk, deer test positive for CWD
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- Samples from big game animals taken this past hunting season turned up something never seen in Utah before—an elk with chronic wasting disease.

Time to talk turkey in Georgia; season opens March 20
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- Georgia’s turkey hunters are practicing yelps and clucks in preparation for the March 20 opening of turkey season, with harvest levels predicted to be similar to the past several years.

Colorado plans seminars for novice turkey hunters
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- In preparation for the 2010 spring turkey season, a series of seminars are planned for novice and first time hunters in Denver, Pueblo, Colorado Springs and Grand Junction.  The classes are free and gea...

It Doesn’t Get Any Better Than This
-- The 2007 Michigan firearm deer season opener is a day I’ll never forget. I woke up that morning, made some breakfast, grabbed my gear and my clothes for basketball practice, threw it into my truck and drove to the blind. It snowed the night befor...

Texas says outlook is fair for spring turkey season
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Texas hunters should temper expectations for the spring turkey season after back-to-back years of dry conditions negatively impacted nesting success across much of Texas, resulting in fewer gobblers on...

Wisconsin research focuses on predator impact on deer
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- DNR and University of Wisconsin scientists will launch an ambitious, multi-year field research effort to better understand the impact predators such as wolves, bears, coyotes and bobcats have on ...

Application deadline March 19 for KS youth-mentor turkey hunts
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- To enhance the 2010 spring turkey hunting experience, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks has joined with private landowners to offer special spring turkey hunts.

Kansas hunts designed for novice youth turkey hunters
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Youth ages 12 to 17 who have never harvested a turkey will have an opportunity to do so April 1 to 18 at the Jeffrey Energy Center in prime fields closed to the public until after youth hunters are...

There’s no shopping in the outdoors
When my mom suggested that we have a mother-daughter day all I could do was roll my eyes and think of a dreaded, long day of shopping. Instead my mom put a piece of paper in front of me that said Outdoor Women Unlimited—OWU. It had all sorts of fun ...

New PA hunters encouraged to take HTE course before April 24
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- With the junior spring gobbler season to open April 24, and the general spring gobbler season opening May 1, Pennsylvania hunters are reminded that  all first-time license buyers need to make plans to at...
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