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Entries for May 2011

Online moose permit lottery applications due May 13
From the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife -- Online applications for Maine's 2011 Moose Permit Lottery are due by 11:59 p.m. May 13. The only applications still being accepted are those filed online at

Medicine For Buck Fever
It's normal to get excited when you see a good buck (or any deer for that matter). But when a big buck comes along, you can't let that excitement turn into buck fever. When you know a deer is a shooter, don't spend time counting points, estim...

A true trophy for Zach's first turkey
Zach took his first buck last season, so we were really looking forward to him taking his first turkey this spring. Zach got out on opening morning of Missouri's youth season and we called, but the birds were very quiet so we moved to another spot...

Of Cyber Scouting, Dirty Dryers and BVDs
When the scantily dressed man dropped his children off at the bus stop on Nov. 8, the school bus driver knew better than to ask questions. While the sight of a man in his underwear and flip-flops cruising past a gaggle of youngsters might alarm mo...

NC pistol permit rule for crossbow purchases repealed
From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- Hunters in North Carolina are being advised that a bill removing the requirement to obtain a pistol permit in order to purchase or transfer ownership of a crossbow has been signed into law.

NH Fish and Game withdraws 3-point antler restriction
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire's Fish and Game Department has withdrawn its proposal to establish a 3-point antler restriction in Wildlife Management Unit A in northern New Hampshire. Instead, they will monitor the ...

Register by May 10 for Hunt & Learn turkey hunting weekend
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- A new family Hunt & Learn program at Charlie Elliott Wildlife Center in Mansfield on May 13 to 15 is part of a series of Advanced Hunter and Aquatic Education weekend programs offered that focu...

It's the Big One!
My father, Bernard, and his family have been hunting the Lambie family property in southwest Pennsylvania for many years. While we’ve taken many bucks over the years, the 2006 rifle season smiled on me and I took the largest buck that anyone in ou...

Major changes proposed for Utah Dedicated Hunter program
From the Utah Department of Wildlife Resources -- Dedicated Hunters in Utah have given the state's wildlife more than $6 million in volunteer hours and service in the past four years alone, but the program that's provided that service will change in...

Big change: 30 Utah deer hunting units proposed
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- A big change awaits Utah's deer hunters in 2012.  Instead of hunting buck deer in five large regions, they'll hunt deer in smaller areas called units.

Time to apply for Florida special opportunity hunts
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Florida hunters who have not seen the quantity or quality of game they would like, may want to consider applying for a special opportunity hunt.  For the past 14 years, the Fish and ...

When to apply second fertilizer application to food plot
I planted Buck Forage Oats in one of my food plots and the deer are tearing it up, but I was wondering when is the best time to apply fertilizer the second time around? And is it a must to take another soil sample before doing this? FYI, I’ve app...
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