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Entries for August 2011



How important is paper-tuning your bow?
The bottom line about paper tuning is you should do it if its important to you, but don’t sweat it if you don’t have access to a paper tuner. A good pro-shop technician can set up a bow that will be very close to being in tune. If your field poin...

How well can a whitetail hear?
Under good conditions, how far away can a deer hear a grunt call? How about a rattle bag? What about under poor conditions?

Getting on Paper
It’s a safe bet that most hunters expend more ammunition before the season opens than they use the entire season. And, with centerfire cartridges costing $20 to $25 per box, getting a new rifle or new scope on target at 100 yards can be an expensi...

Five-Alarm Buckmasters
Deer hunting in Texas can be like going to a chili cook-off when all you've ever tasted has come from a can. It'll leave eyes bulging, mouths spitless and fry the circuitry between brain and trigger finger. That's why folks who book hunts in the L...

Confessions of a Cull Hunter
Deer hunting can mean stress, most of which we thrust upon ourselves. In my case, the trouble began the moment I committed to an abbreviated, two-day hunt. A full day into it and with nothing to show, I was really starting to feel the pressure. L...

NY looking for summer wild turkey survey volunteers
From New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation -- New York residents are being asked to participate in survey for wild turkeys in August by recording observations of turkeys in forests and fields around near their homes.

Okanogan limited entry deer applications due Aug. 17
From the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife -- Washington hunters have until Aug. 17 to apply to hunt deer on the 6,000-acre Charles and Mary Eder unit of the Scotch Creek Wildlife Area in northeastern Okanogan County.

Colorado’s remaining big game licenses on sale Aug. 9
From the Colorado Department of Parks and Wildlife -- Thousands of big game hunting licenses that did not sell during the license application and draw process go on sale Aug. 9 at wildlife offices and Colorado Parks and Wildlife license retailers st...

Rain storms lead to New Mexico reopening WMAs
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- Several  Wildlife Management Areas that were closed because of high fire danger have now been reopened, thanks to recent rain storms across the state. 
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