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$20 Processing Fee? That’s Great!
 I am a relatively new deer hunter, although I did a fair amount of small-game hunting as a teenager. After I got married, I wanted to continue hunting, but just couldn’t afford it. After a while, that dream just got buried, but every ti...

NM turkey hunters advised to check road conditions
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- Spring turkey hunters in New Mexico may encounter closed or impassable roads early in this year's April 15-May 10 season, courtesy of a generous snowpack on mountain ranges statewide.

Louisiana Commission adjusts deer season dates
From the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- The Wildlife and Fisheries Commission’s recent meeting agenda included adjustments to notices of intent for the 2010-12 hunting seasons and the 2010-11 Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) Genera...

New Hampshire youth turkey weekend May 1-2
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department --New Hampshire’s 2010 youth turkey hunt will take place May 1 and 2, the weekend before spring gobbler season gets underway on May 3. This year marks the sixth annual youth turkey hunt weekend in the ...

ND Game and Fish Pays $434,000 in property taxes
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department recently paid $434,595 in taxes to counties in which the department owns or leases land. The 2009 in-lieu-of-tax payments are the same as property taxes paid...

Washington approves hunting rules, special hunt permit applications
From the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife -- General hunting seasons and special-hunt permit drawings for the state of Washington were established at a public hearing April 9 and 10.  

Winter surveys show WNS affecting New Hampshire bats
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Winter surveys by biologists show the deadly bat disease White Nose Syndrome (WNS) is having a dramatic impact on New Hampshire's bat populations. 

Colorado begins prairie dog conservation surveys
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Field work for prairie dog conservation by the Colorado Division of Wildlife started the week of April 5 in western Colorado. The work will continue through the summer.

Fair weather boosts Missouri youth turkey harvest
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Young hunters checked 3,945 turkeys during Missouri’s youth turkey season April 10 and 11, thanks in large part to ideal hunting conditions.

Pray Hard and Bring Plenty of Arrows
I have hunted with a bow since I was 13 and always dreamed of taking a buck. I had taken many does, but until 2006, I had not drawn on a deer with antlers. I began to pray for the opportunity to shoot my first buck with a bow. I wasn’t praying for...

Oklahoma land management course available this summer
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Longtime land managers as well as inexperienced landowners interested in managing Oklahoma land sustainably for wildlife, livestock or timber have until May 1 to register for a unique course i...

Alabama Forever Wild youth hunts at state cattle ranch a success
From the Alabama Dept of Natural Resources and Conservation -- The first full year of the youth hunting program at the Forever Wild State Cattle Ranch Field Trial Area in Hale County, Alabama is being considered a success according to State Lands Di...

Minnesota seeks comments on bear, game refuge, small game rules
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Requests for written comments will be accepted through May 21 by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources for a public hearing on small game and bear hunting regulation changes.

Oklahoma expands antlerless deer gun season
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- The Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission expanded big game hunting opportunities by approving changes to the state’s antlerless deer and private lands elk seasons.

Alabama wildlife biologists write new wild turkey book
By David Rainer -- When it comes to wild turkey hunting, I admit I’m severely afflicted with what some people term as a disease.

Kansas plans April 17 starter and refresher hunter ed course
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Kansas hunters can register now for a one-day hunter education class  Saturday, April 17 at the Pratt Gun Club, North Highway 61 in Pratt. The course is designed to get kids — and anyone who h...

Precautions can make a safe turkey hunt even safer
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Kansas youth/disabled and archery spring turkey seasons began April 1 and run through April 13, and the regular season runs April 14-May 31. During these seasons, Kansas hunters must remember one w...

Ohio approves 2010-11 hunting and trapping regulations
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- The proposal to eliminate a requirement that hunters must first purchase a regular deer permit before purchasing antlerless deer permits was approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council April 7, according to...

Kansas 2010 nonresident deer applications due April 30; no mail-ins
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The application period for Kansas’ 2010 nonresident deer hunter permits is April 1-30 this year, one month earlier than in past years.

Indiana youth turkey season April 17-18; regular season April 21–May 9
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana's 2010 youth turkey season is open to hunters age 17 or younger April 17 and 18. Youth hunters are limited to one bearded or male wild turkey. To participate, a youth hunter must be accompa...
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