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NY youth turkey hunting weekend April 24-25; season opens May 1
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- New York ‘s 2010 spring turkey season opens May 1 with the annual youth turkey hunting weekend April 24 and 25 in all of upstate New York north of the Bronx-Westchester County boundary.

New Hampshire 2010 moose permit auction now open
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire’s second annual moose permit auction of five permits to the five highest bidders, is now open.  As the official nonprofit partner of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, th...

Missouri confirms first signs of White Nose Syndrome in bats
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- The Missouri Department of Conservation has recently confirmed Missouri’s first signs of White-Nose Syndrome, a new disease in bats. The name describes a white fungus, Geomyces destructans, typically f...

Indiana seeks opinions in online survey for deer hunting changes
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- An online survey designed to gauge Indiana hunter and landowner support for proposed changes to deer hunting rules aimed toward better deer herd management is available until Sunday, April 25.

We Want star in Jackie Bushman Backstage
There’s still time to send in your question for your favorite hunting star(s) for this year’s filming for the 2010 season of The Jackie Bushman Show. This year’s lineup of guests includes some of the hottest names in the hunting industry, and you ...

How To Pattern a Turkey Gun
Some turkey hunters spend big dollars on the finest accessories money can buy, only to come up short at the end of the season. After these guys return empty-handed, the discussion inevitably turns to all the things that went wrong. The camo was ba...

Time of the Signs
Four hot scrapes followed a trail along the side of the ridge. Nevertheless, I remained skeptical after climbing into my stand just before dawn. You see, I had been beaten by so-called “hot scrapes” too many times. You know how it works. You come ...

SD pheasant harvest near 1.7 Million in 2009
From the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department -- South Dakota’s pheasant harvest in 2009 was just short of 1.7 million roosters, according to estimates by the Game, Fish and Parks Department.

SD Sportsmen Against Hunger donate 97,000 pounds of meat to help feed the needy
From the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department -- Hunters donated about 97,000 pounds of game meat to needy individuals and families across South Dakota during the 2009 hunting seasons through Sportsmen Against Hunger, nearly reaching the org...

Oklahoma controlled hunts application now online
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Oklahoma sportsmen have enjoyed countless hunts and harvested a range of game they otherwise would have missed had it not been for them taking just a few minutes to apply for the Oklahoma Depa...

SD deer and youth deer seasons set; archery change proposed
From the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department -- South Dakota’s 2010 muzzleloader deer season has been established as Dec. 11 to Jan. 31, 2011 by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission. There will be 1,000 Any Deer licenses available to residen...

Don’t ‘rescue’ so-called orphaned wildlife
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- Concern for ‘orphaned’ wildlife is simply human nature. Most people who come across a deer fawn, a young bird or a newborn rabbit will initially watch in amazement and then immediately wonder if th...

Idaho trophy species controlled hunt prices changed
From Idaho Game and Fish -- The prices of tags and applications for controlled hunts for moose, mountain goat and bighorn sheep are incorrect in the current rules brochure.

Al Ladd One-in-A-Million Buck
On opening weekend of the 2009 Minnesota firearms season, Al Ladd of Hinckley, Minn., was sitting in a stand he hadn’t used for 11 years. He was usually the dog on this particular swamp drive. Five deer broke out of the trees, “really moving,” he sa...

Idaho’s 2010 big game rules now online
From Idaho Fish and Game -- The Idaho big game hunting seasons and rules brochure for 2010 seasons is available now from Fish and Game and on the website.

Families Afield apprentice hunting license sales soar
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- Plant a sapling and, in time, it will bear much fruit. That's the way to look at Families Afield, a program launched in 2004 by the National Shooting Sports Foundation, U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance and Na...

Nebraska’s spring turkey season opens April 17
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Spring turkey season for shotgunners begins April 17, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Beginning on that date all turkey hunters, including youth, may pursue turkeys with either arch...

Application for Nebraska draw unit permits open April 19
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska residents may begin applying for 2010 big game draw unit hunting permits on April 19, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Turkey hunting basic skills rank higher than gadgets
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Hunter safety skills and turkey expertise have more to do with a successful and enjoyable turkey hunt than loading a gear bag with every new gadget and technology tool on the market, according to...

Pennsylvania turkey season opens April 24 with youth hunt
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania's spring gobbler hunting season opens April 24 with a one-day youth hunt, followed by the general spring gobbler season May 1 to 31. Hunters who have purchased a second spring gobbler season lice...
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