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Fall turkey hunting in Kansas bonus for all hunters
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Wild turkey populations in most of Kansas have been growing for years, offering hunters the opportunity to the celebrated game bird to the holiday feast. All of Kansas except Unit 4 (west central a...

Kansas-owned or managed lands not in Unit 19 special seasons
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- To reduce public land hunting pressure and harvest, primarily on Clinton Wildlife Area, all state-owned or state-managed lands are excluded in the Unit 19 special seasons this year.

Nebraska's antlerless deer season pens Oct. 2
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska's October antlerless deer season opens Oct. 2,  giving hunters an opportunity to harvest two deer with one $11 permit.

Prospects looking good for Texas deer season
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Texas deer hunters could be blessed with too much of a good thing this fall, at least early on, as excellent range conditions throughout the state have set the stage for what could be a season to remem...

Unclaimed NJ fall turkey and deer permits on sale Oct. 5
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- New Jersey hunters are reminded that all leftover and unclaimed fall turkey permits and all deer permits will become available for sale on Oct. 5 at 10a.m. Permits will be available until the perm...

NJ deer season opens with fall bow Oct. 2-29
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- New Jersey's regular fall bow deer hunting season kicks off statewide Oct. 2 and extends through Oct. 29. Bow hunters will benefit from another important regulation change, which comes on the heel...

DMU antlerless deer only gun-hunt Oct. 14 to 17
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin's antlerless deer-only gun hunt takes place Oct. 14-17 in herd control and chronic wasting disease deer management units.

Everything Happens for a Reason
-- That’s what my wife told me on the morning of her first turkey hunt. We woke up to strong winds and a raging blizzard. Four inches of heavy wet snow did not exactly scream “success” to me. It was supposed to be my wife’s first bow turkey hunt...

Silent Drives
There are times when the deer are simply not moving and you're forced to make something happen. Maybe you're up against a full moon or hot weather. This is when a silent drive to force deer to move should be considered. By silent drive, you're no...

Sleeper State Wakes Up
Missing what should be a gimmee can rattle even the most experienced archer. Doing it (or, more accurately, NOT doing it) twice in a row can bring a guy to his knees. Longtime bowhunter Jim Casto Jr. didn't care to test the "third time's a charm"...

Arizona will vote Nov. 2 on right to hunt and fish amendment
From the Arizona Game and Fish Commission -- One of the propositions facing Arizona voters on the Nov. 2, 2010 election ballot is Proposition 109, which, if passed, would amend the state's constitution to make hunting and fishing a constitutional ri...

Wisconsin approves plan to control CWD over next 15 years
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- A plan that will guide  efforts to manage chronic wasting disease over the next 15 years has been unanimously approved by the State Natural Resources Board.

Wisconsin's mentored youth gun deer hunt Oct. 9-10
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- The ninth annual Wisconsin Youth Gun Deer Hunt takes place statewide Oct. 9 and 10. Under Wisconsin's Mentored Hunting Law, now in its second season, hunters as young as 10 years of age may part...

Some Nebraska deer to be tested for bovine Tuberculosis
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Hunters in northeast Nebraska are being asked to participate in an ongoing surveillance effort for bovine tuberculosis (TB) in wild deer.

Management deer hunts at two Indiana nature preserves
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Management deer hunts are planned for Indiana's Big Chapman Lake Nature Preserve and Little Chapman Lake Nature Preserve and Wildlife Diversity Area during November and December. Applications are d...

NY asks hunters to help monitor small game species
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- New York hunters are encouraged to participate in two surveys for popular game species during the this fall's hunting seasons. Citizen science efforts provide wildlife managers with valua...

Pennsylvania joins interstate wildlife violator compact
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell has signed a measure that enrolls Pennsylvania in the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact which prevents those convicted of poaching in other states from being able to lawful...

New Ohio permit system tested; implemented in March 2011
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Approximately 60 to 75 sales agents throughout Ohio will be testing the newly designed fishing, hunting and trapping license and permit sales system this fall.  The test run of the new system wil...

H&R’s Modern Muzzleloader
In the 1950s and ’60s, muzzleloader hunting was associated with turn-of-the-century history, and sidelocks were the dominant style. Bucking that trend, someone at H&R decided to try something new. They took their popular and inexpensive break-ope...

Alabama uses new tool--Tip411--to fight poachers
From the Alabama Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources -- Alabama  is launching Tip411, an internet based tool that enables the public to report hunting or fishing violations anonymously via text message.
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