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NULA’s Model 209 Muzzleloader
Open a catalog from any of the major hunting rifle manufacturers and you will find at least one “lightweight” rifle listed. This is great  news for hunters, especially those who like to hunt on their feet. If you’re a fan of light rifles, you...

Nearly 45,500 apply for Kentucky elk hunt
From the  Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- Nearly 45,500 people from throughout the United States applied for this year’s quota elk hunts in Kentucky.

Return of hunting gear earns Wisconsin man hunting ethics award
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- After an afternoon of bow hunting for deer in the Coulee Experimental State Forest, Peter Smith returned to the parking area at dusk to find his truck was the only one left.

2010 Wisconsin deer hunting framework map available
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin’s  2010 deer hunting season structure map is now available on the Department of Natural Resources website. It identifies Deer Management Units (DMU) as regular, herd control or chr...

Idaho simplifies Super Hunt drawing for 2010
From the Idaho Fish and Game Department -- Starting with the first drawing this year, Idaho Fish and Game will conduct the Super Hunt drawing electronically.

Sonora's Muy Grande Burros
January 2005 was the second time we'd traveled to Sonora, Mexico, to hunt mule deer with Del Pitic Outfitters. Four of us went, including my father and friends Jim Geiler and Billy Freeman. One of the owners, Billy Darnell, was our outfitter, along w...

Looking for a really, really BIG Tree?
If  you want to find a really big tree, find an oak tree.  Usually, it will be the largest in either height or width, and it may also be the oldest, too, because so many oak trees are 200 years or older. But to find really, really big and ...

White Nose Syndrome detected in Delaware bats
From the Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control -- Delaware environmental officials have confirmed the fungus associated with White Nose Syndrome (WNS) on bats in two locations in New Castle County. The disease is chara...

ND issues all nonresident any-deer bow licenses
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota’s nonresident any-deer archery licenses, good for either whitetail or mule deer, have all been issued for the 2010 bow season.

Idaho big game rules for 2010 now available
From the Idaho Fish and Game Department -- The Idaho big game hunting seasons and rules brochures for 2010 seasons are now available at license vendors and Fish and Game office as well as online at

Shotgunners, Muzzleloaders Must Know the Range
What did we slug shooters ever do before laser range-finders? I know what I did — missed a lot! I shot over and under more deer than I care to remember while relying on yardage guesstimates and rainbow trajectories. I still miss once in a while, ...

Louisiana, Florida departments responding to Gulf oil spill
From the Louisiana Dept. of Wildlife & Fisheries and the Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission -- The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is working closely with state and federal agencies and British Petrole...

New Jersey's wildlife rehabilitator ranks grow
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and wildlife -- During spring and summer it is not uncommon for people to cross paths with young, seemingly orphaned or injured wild animals. What would you do? Should you feed it? Was it abandoned? Should you ta...

Arizona’s 2010 fall hunting and trapping regulations now online
From the Arizona Game and fish Department -- The deadline to apply for an Arizona fall hunt permit-tag, issued through the draw is June 8 at 7 p.m. The 2010-11 Arizona Hunting and Trapping Regulations and application forms are available online at ww...
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