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NY proposes allowing crossbows for big game hunting
From  New York Dept. of Environmental Conservation -- New York has proposed regulation changes that will allow the use of crossbows for big game hunting and eliminate a permit requirement for certain physically disabled hunters to use special a...

Residents asked to report turkey brood sightings
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Residents who see young wild turkey broods in New Hampshire this spring and summer are invited to report their sightings during June, July and August to the Fish and Game Department.

PA hunting/furtaker licenses on sale June 13
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Beginning June 13, Pennsylvania's 2011-12 hunting and furtaker licenses go on sale online, over-the-counter at all Game Commission region offices and at more than 600 issuing agents. 

The $10 Bow Buck
-- One morning back in 1996, I decided to go deer hunting on some private land that was mostly cut soy bean and corn fields. It was early bow season in Ohio, cold and misting rain. I got out well before daylight. I was standing on the edge of som...

Peregrine Nest Babies
Four new falcons will soon be eligible for drafting, riding the air currents that swirl around their high-rise home in downtown Atlanta. Georgia's Department of Natural Resources officials recently examined and banded the four young peregrine fal...

Hunting Bullet, Match Bullet or Both?
The current trend in bullets is to make them tough. Tough bullets hold together well, and those without a large frontal diameter penetrate deep. Bullets that shed a lot of weight are not considered ideal for big game hunting. That weight loss dur...

Nebraska alters regs, lists 2011 big game seasons
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- More deer hunters will be required to earn their buck this fall. The Game and Parks Board of Commissioners adopted expanded Earn-a-Buck restrictions, along with other 2011 big game (deer, antelope and ...

Test Your Setup
Experience hunters know how important it is to make a setup well before hunting season and then to let it alone until opening day. If you know the deer frequent that area and will continue to do so from scouting time through the start of the seaso...

It is a do-over for Minnesota bear hunt lottery
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Hunters who applied for a 2011 Minnesota bear hunting permit will have to wait a little longer to determine if they were successful in this year's lottery.

Deer Gods Tip the Cook
I met Buddy Edlin of Crooked Creek Whitetails 10 years ago on my first paid hunt. Buddy and his family have since been really good friends. And for the past seven or eight years, I have been the breakfast cook and sometimes help guide. On Nov. 3,...
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