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2010 deer regulations in Indiana summarized
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana's special youth deer hunting season will be Sept. 25 and 26 this year.  Last year's youth weekend harvest was a record 1,687 deer that, according to deer biologist Chad Stewart, pr...

New PLOTS rules adopted, effective Oct. 1
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- New regulations regarding North Dakota's Private Land Open to Sportsmen acres go into effect Oct. 1.

ND Unit 3F2 bowhunters reminded of carcass regulations
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota bowhunters harvesting a big game animal in deer unit 3F2 are reminded of carcass transportation regulations that are intended to reduce the likelihood of spreading chronic wasting dis...

Florida hunters need new deer permit
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Hunters are reminded that a new deer permit is required for sportsmen who hunt deer in Florida.

Hunting accessories need to include hunting guidebook
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- A fun part of a hunting outing is the preparation, getting together the items needed for the particular hunt for wild game, big or small.

Idaho hunters who help with CWD project may win rifles
From the Idaho Fish and Game -- Idaho Fish and Game looks for evidence of chronic wasting disease by obtaining samples at check stations, taxidermists, meat cutters and head collection barrels throughout southeast Idaho.

Deer Hunting’s Biggest Misconceptions
The sun and the temperature were well up, so I decided to abandon my stand in favor of a stroll around the woodlot. Deer movement was nil. There was a chance I might jump one, but I was more interested in doing a little scouting. I’d just cleared...

AGFC removes White County illegal deer operation
From the  Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Arkansas Game and Fish Commission officials have removed an illegal deer operation in White County. The 15 illegal deer were removed after it was discovered that the animals had been moved in viola...

West Virginia seeks public comment on elk management draft
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- West Virginia's Draft Elk Management Plan is now available for public review and comment. Written comments will be received through Oct. 31.

New rules for bringing hunter-killed deer, elk into Missouri
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Missouri residents who hunt in other states should be aware of a new regulation regarding Chronic Wasting Disease which sets rules for transporting harvested antlered game into the state.

Shooting sports featured at Indiana event Sept. 18-19
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Shooting sports is one of the six events available free of charge at the Hoosier Outdoor Experience Sept. 18 and 19 at Fort Harrison State Park in Indianapolis.

Organizations partner for Kentucky power line corridor habitat
From  the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- The Department of Fish and Wildlife and numerous conservation organizations have partnered with Louisville Gas and Electric and Kentucky Utilities to improve wildlife habitat in th...

All Idaho mandatory hunter reports now web-based
From Idaho Fish and Game -- Mandatory hunter reports in Idaho will be web-based this year. Most hunters will not receive paper copies to return. All deer, elk and pronghorn hunters must complete and submit a report for each tag issued within 10 days...

Oct. 15 deadline for additional WV deer archery licenses
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- West Virginia resident and nonresident archery deer hunters have until Oct. 15 to purchase their additional deer bow hunting licenses.

Girlfriend in My Pocket
On Friday, Oct. 27, 2006, my husband and I were the coordinators of a "permit-only" archery deer removal at a 1,000-acre regional park in a northern suburb of the Twin Cities Metro area. We had 15 other hunters in the woods, all in stands they'd s...

Sixgunning Coyotes
Temperatures began soaring as Troy Hartwick struck out across the Wyoming desert. Inhaling the pungent, dry sagebrush aroma, I slung the Model 70 from one shoulder and followed in his footsteps. I’d spent two days gunning prairie dogs with the 10-...

Better Late than Never
-- I was 37 years old when I discovered the magic of hunting. My older brother has hunted since we were kids, but it never appealed to me back then. Several years ago, I asked a buddy of mine, Randy Thompson, who owns a small farm, to take me h...

Be a Doe Master
I heard them before I saw them - hasty footsteps rattling on the dry leaves like hail stones pinging off a tin roof. Three deer broke cover at 250 yards and raced across the open bog. A quick check through the binoculars showed none sported antler...

Wisconsin modifies carcass movement flexibility in CWD zone
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Whole deer carcasses and certain restricted parts-brain, spinal cord and lymphoid tissue-can  now be transported out of Wisconsin's chronic wasting disease management zone (CWD-MZ) to other ...

Do You Really HAVE to Tune Your Bow?
Tuning a bow can be a frustrating, time-consuming undertaking, which is why many dedicated bowhunters skip the process entirely. And if your broadheads hit where you are aiming and your arrows enter the target straight, there is no real need to "t...
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