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Pennsylvania changes treestand, blinds rules
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- A regulatory change now allows the placement of portable hunting treestands and blinds from two weeks before the opening of the first big game season to two weeks after the close of the last big game season w...

Coyotes are here to stay
When someone mentions coyotes, do you think of their lonely sounding howl at night? You may be frustrated because you suspect coyotes are responsible for a decline in game populations. Could they be responsible for missing pets or dead livestock...

Pennsylvania allows limited bait use on Red Tag farms
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- The state Game Commission has approved a focused, limited authorization that permits the use of bait for deer hunting in WMUs 5C and 5D on approved properties enrolled in the agency's Agriculture Deer Depreda...

Take Stock of Your Equipment Situation Now
If you're reading this tip, then you have a computer and know your way around it well enough to at least send and receive emails. Since that's the case, now is a great time to use your computer to help keep track of your hunting equipment needs f...

Accurize It
Most rifle hunters fall into one of two camps. Members of the “inch-and-a-half at 100 yards” camp believe any rifle that will place three shots within that size group is plenty accurate for hunting. They are probably right, but I, like many rifle ...

9,000 permits available for Wisconsin black bear season
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- More than 9,000 permits will be available for Wisconsin's 2011 black bear season, about the same as last year.

Massachusetts totals black bear season harvest
From the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife -- During the 2011 fall bear seasons, licensed hunters took a total of 144 black bears in Massachusetts.

Federal lab confirms Minnesota deer CWD diagnosis
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- A national laboratory has verified that the sample from a southeastern Minnesota white-tailed deer tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease.

Idaho deer and elk outlook good for fall hunts
From Idaho Fish and Game -- Deer and elk numbers are meeting management objectives in most parts of Idaho, but hunter numbers are down. White-tailed deer are meeting management objectives for buck harvest throughout the state.

And on the Sixth Day
Jesse Linck's friend couldn't wait to share the news of his encounter with a huge deer, but the man was intentionally vague about the size of the buck's headgear. Not that he wanted to keep the most important detail a secret. He just wasn't sure h...
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