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2012 Arizona pronghorn, elk hunt draw booklet now online
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- Arizona's 2012 Pronghorn Antelope and Elk Hunt Draw Information regulations booklet has now been posted online at

Indiana controlled hunts make inroads on habitat recovery
From Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Controlled deer hunts at Indiana state park properties are achieving the intended result of habitat recovery, but analysis of information collected this year indicates deer numbers remain above desi...

Ohio group accepting venison donations through Feb. 5
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio deer hunters have donated more than 79,750 pounds of venison to local food banks since Sept. 24, opening day of deer season, according to Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) and the Ohio...

PA license display requirement repealed, effective Feb. 13
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- New legislation that removes the requirement for Pennsylvania hunters and trappers to display their licenses on an outer garment takes effect in 60 days. House Bill 735 was unanimously approved by the House ...

New WV senior lifetime hunting and fishing license available
From West Virginia Department of Natural Resources -- The new Senior Lifetime Hunting, Trapping and Fishing License, which becomes effective Jan. 1, is now available for purchase. The one-time fee for the Class XS License is $25.

Count birds instead of staying inside this winter
One, two, three, four: cardinals, finches and chickadees. How many birds can you count in your backyard this winter? While you may not hear their boisterous whistles and tweets like you do in spring, birds are still in your backyard. Your yard may ...

Hornady's .17 Rimfire Magnum: Love at First Sight
This hot little caliber is the ultimate rimfire cartridge for small- to medium-sized varmints. Remember when you were a kid and first laid eyes on that Daisy Red Ryder BB gun? Me, too. Something deep in my soul cried out, “I’ve got to have one!” ...

NH biologists confirm presence of 4 Canada lynx
From New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game -- Biologists have confirmed the presence of four Canada lynx (Lynx canadensis) in northern New Hampshire. The fact that the lynx appeared to be kittens is evidence that the wild cats are breeding in...

Arizona Commission sets 23,383 permits for elk
From Arizona Game and Fish Department -- The Game and Fish Commission has set 23,383 hunt permit-tags for elk - down 1,035 from last year. The commission also set 788 hunt permit-tags for pronghorn antelope - down 21.

Hunters reminded to report deer harvests
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- With the two-week statewide general deer season closed, Pennsylvania hunters are being encouraged to report harvested deer through the online reporting system, through the new toll-free Interactive Voice Respo...

Observing the Habits of Others
In northern Minnesota there are vast areas of boreal forests, but many of the productive areas are often on the fringes of these big woods. Our deer adapt well to transition areas (agriculture to woods) and these areas have an abundant number of h...

Inspiration in the Back of a Truck
When Karl Schmideder saw the giant mule deer in the back of friend Ray Carry's 4x4 Blazer, he forgot about the bone-chilling cold and knee-deep snow. So green with envy over the handsome muley wearing nearly 200 inches of antler, the stone mason c...

Pennsylvania 2011 bear harvest ranks second highest
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Preliminary bear harvest results from the state's three recently concluded seasons show hunters harvested 3,968 bears, which would rank the total harvest as the second highest in Pennsylvania history.

VW hunters harvest 38% more bucks during firearms season
From West Virginia Department of Natural Resources -- Preliminary data collected from game checking stations indicates deer hunters in West Virginia harvested 59,835 bucks during the two-week buck firearms season, Nov. 21 through Dec. 3, a number...

If you got a second Arizona spring hunt tag, don't use it
From Arizona Game and Fish Department -- Did you get a second spring hunt-permit tag in the mail from the Arizona Game and Fish Department?

Michigan firearm deer season starts slow, speeds up
From Michigan Department of Natural Resources -- Preliminary reports indicate Michiganís fall firearm deer season harvest appears to have increased slightly compared to the 2010 season. Southern Michigan is the only region where final firearm har...

Iowa Muzzleloader Buck
-- The temperature was climbing as I headed out to my tree stand. It was 4:30 p.m. Saturday, the next-to-last day of Iowa’s early muzzleloader season. I hunted in that stand for several hours, but saw nothing but squirrels.

Michigan archer wins World Archery Tournament
In October, 1,071 kids from around the world arrived at ESPN's Wide World of Sports Complex to compete in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) World Tournament. The three-day competition included students in grades 4 thru 12 from 28 ...

Where Rubber Hits the Road
The cock of the walk was a 9-pointer that protected the archipelago of cedars like a deranged mockingbird. No other deer, regardless of plumbing, could come near the outcrop of evergreens. The ones that dared were greeted by a 300-pound fuzzball w...

Parmesan Venison
This is one recipe you absolutely, without a shadow of a doubt have to make. From the Venison breaded and cooked to the sauce this is a melt in your mouth dish that will delight anyone in the family from oldest to youngest. Too good to pass up! Se...
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