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Arizona spring hunts application deadline Oct. 12
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- Hunters are advised to apply for Arizona's 2011 spring hunts before the Oct. 12 for spring javelina, turkey, buffalo and bear permit-tags.

North Dakota Game and Fish stresses hunting safety
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- More than 100,000 hunters will cross North Dakota's prairie in search of game this fall. With that in mind, the state Game and Fish Department is urging  hunters to take proper safety measures i...

NY moose population increase approaches 800
From the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation -- Moose numbers in New York continue to increase rapidly, with upward of 800 moose estimated in the northern part of the state. That is up from 500 just three years ago and from 50 to 100 ...

Oct. 15 deadline to enter Big Time Texas Hunts
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Hunters can break out their hunting  bucket list and enter the Big Time Texas Hunts for a chance to check something off. The deadline to enter this year's Big Time Texas Hunts is Oct. 15.

Alabama offers options for hunters and anglers with disabilities
From the Alabama Dept. of Conservation and Natural Resources -- Hunting and fishing are time tested traditions in Alabama enjoyed by many, including those with physical disabilities.

Ohio's fall turkey season opens October 9
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Fall wild turkey hunting opens in 48 Ohio counties Oct.9 and continues through Nov. 28.  

Free Oklahoma hunter ed courses available through fall
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Oklahomans who want to go hunting this year can prepare by enrolling in a hunter education course this fall. Courses teach a range of topics including firearms safety, wildlife identifica...

Shoot More Does...or Else
There’s something about antlers we just can’t resist. Put a healthy doe and a pencil-horn spike in front of a guy with a .30-06 in his hands and the odds are he’ll center the crosshairs on the buck. Every time. While some dedicated deer hunters ha...

Kansas Any-Season deer permits simplify hunter choices
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- It's time to gear up for deer season. Two Kansas deer seasons open in September, and another opens in October.

Vermont's archery deer season starts Oct. 2
From the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department -- Vermont's archery deer hunting seasons run from Oct. 2 to 24 and Dec. 4 to 12. A hunter may take up to three deer in a calendar year in any combination of seasons-archery, youth weekend, November rifl...

Kansas youth shooting clinic at planned Oct. 9
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Council Grove area youth are invited to attend a free shotgun, pellet rifle and archery shooting clinic Oct. 9 at Council Grove Reservoir. The event is designed to encourage youth participation in ...

NSSF, Minnesota launch Families Afield Campaign
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- In an effort to get more families afield, the National Shooting Sports Foundation  and the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources have launched a promotional campaign to make people aware...

NH ends successful year for hunter ed programs
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Volunteer Hunter and Bowhunter Education instructor teams in New Hampshire's  Fish and Game Department have conducted over 125  classes this year, certifying hundreds of new hunters. ...

Deer season opens Oct. 10 in most of Idaho
From Idaho Fish and Game -- The regular deer season opens Oct. 10 in most regions of Idaho. In some areas, a regular deer tag allows hunters to take either mule deer or white-tailed deer. A white-tailed deer tag allows hunter to take only a whiteta...

Pennsylvania posts field forecasts online
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officers, Land Management Group Supervisors (LMGSs) and foresters spend a considerable amount of time gathering information about wildlife population trends ...

Texas grant aids study of unexplained pronghorn decline
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- In an effort to investigate an alarming and unexplained decline of pronghorn in far West Texas, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has awarded a 3-year $111,210 grant to the Borderlands Research I...

Take More Bucks Outside the Rut
We all like to hunt during the rut; that's when most of the big bucks get taken, after all. But the reality is that we spend a lot more time in the woods when the rut is not taking place. So how can we take more bucks when the rut is not happening...

Apply by Sept. 30 for Kentucky quota hunts
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- Hunters have until Sept. 30 to apply for deer, pheasant, quail, upland bird and waterfowl quota hunts managed by the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources.

Leupold’s Radical Riflescope
Leupold’s new VX-L scope looks a bit unusual because of the big crescent cut on the bottom of its large objective bell. The scallop, though, makes the scope much easier to use. The whole idea of the VX-L line is to provide the wide field of view ...

Wall of Tines
Dean Partridge didn't have much time. It was nearing 4 p.m. already, and he had to make a decision. When the Saskatoon bowhunter left work at 3:00, the wind was wrong for where he wanted to spend the evening. But halfway to his alternate spot, he ...
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