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Deadline nears for Texas lifetime hunting-fishing license
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Outdoors enthusiasts in Texas have another chance to enter to win a Lifetime Super Combo hunting and fishing license. Only Texas residents are eligible to win the Lifetime License from Texas Parks and ...

Leftover Idaho moose tags available
From Idaho Fish and Game -- Idaho Fish and Game has 14 leftover moose controlled hunt tags available.  The application period runs from June 15 through June 25, and tags left over from this drawing will be available first-come first-served begi...

Time to register for Arkansas’ Becoming an Outdoors Woman class
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Women interested in attending the popular Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop focusing on learning skills associated with hunting and fishing and other outdoor activities can register now for the Septemb...

North Carolina notes fishing, hunting, trapping rule changes
From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- Beginning this year, the North Carolina inland fishing, hunting and trapping regulations digest, as well as season dates, will be effective Aug. 1 to July 31, instead of July 1 to June 30. The...

Avoid Muzzleloader Gremlins
It doesn’t take much to spoil a muzzleloader hunt. On one of my first flintlock outings more than 30 years ago, I wasted a valuable part of an afternoon following the clean miss of a doe I encountered on my way to a backwoods treestand. After firi...

How To Install a Recoil Pad
Installing a recoil pad on a rifle or a shotgun takes more than simply removing the old one and screwing on its replacement. Typically the pad, and in many cases the stock, has to be altered. First, if you need to shorten the stock, don’t use a ca...

Two Kansas Commission big game permits still available
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Kansas has two Commission Big Game permits yet to be sold. The permits allow purchaser to take any deer, in addition to any other permit they may have.

Kansas resident elk, either species deer applications due July 9
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Kansas’ Department of Wildlife and Parks reminds resident hunters the 2010 Firearm Either-Species/Either-Sex Deer permit applications are due July 9, and are available online at www.kdwp.state.ks.u...

WV permit applications available for special deer hunt Oct. 8-9
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- The National Radio Astronomy Observatory (NRAO) in Green Bank, W.Va., has announced applications are now available and are being accepted for the special resident-only controlled deer hunt at t...

47,539 turkeys registered in Wisconsin’s 2010 spring turkey season
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin hunters registered 47,539 turkeys during the 2010 spring turkey season, a 9.6 percent decrease from the 2009 harvest of 52,581 birds.

NSSF launches new First Shots website
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- A new website for NSSF's successful First Shots program has been launched to serve the needs of range owners interested in utilizing the program as well as new shooters looking to find a First Shots se...

Changes in Idaho’s raccoon management coming
From the Idaho Fish and Game Commission -- Two new Idaho laws affecting raccoons and wildlife causing damage take effect July 1. Raccoons will be reclassified as predatory wildlife, which will allow raccoons to be taken recreationally in any number ...

Idaho seeking public comment on game rules
From the Idaho Fish and Game Commission -- Idaho Fish and Game will be gathering public comments on several proposed new rules. Fish and Game plans a series of regional public open house meetings between June 14 and June 25 to gather public comments...

Missourians can help protect state from devastating invaders
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- The potential effects of invasive plants, animals and diseases on the state’s economy and outdoor resources are incalculable, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation. The department is enc...

North Dakota establishes 2010 deer management goals
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Every five years, North Dakota Game and Fish Department biologists establish a benchmark for deer licenses in the state, a number guides management decisions for several years.

Tennessee seeking public comment on bear archery season
From the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency -- The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission is still seeking public comment concerning the bear archery season.  

A Change of Routine Pays Off
It was the second week of the 2003 gun season in north-central Arkansas. I had been hunting my favorite ladder stand near my hometown of Mountain View. My stand was on a ridge in the middle of a fork intersection. The ridge split there, with three...

Kentucky plans workshops for educators at Salato Wildlife Center
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- The Salato Wildlife Education Center in Frankfort will be the site for several professional development workshops in June for scout leaders, teachers and home school educators.

Remaining Nebraska big game permits on sale June 14
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska’s remaining big game hunting permits may be purchased beginning Monday, June 14. Residents and nonresidents may purchase deer and antelope permits, and residents only may purchase elk permits.

Maine maintains heritage through license sales; other states see drops
From the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife -- Over the last 10 years, Maine has maintained hunting and fishing license sales while most other New England states have experienced significant declines in purchases.
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