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Apprentice hunting licenses now available in New Hampshire
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- A new law which took effect Jan. 1 allows people who are interested in hunting or bowhunting a chance to hunt under the guidance of an experienced hunter without taking a Hunter Education course firs...

His Name is His Passion
Eighteen-year-old Steve Hunt of Sterling, Ohio, spends a lot of time hunting with his grandfather, Skip Johnson. On Dec. 27, 2006, opening day of the late muzzleloader season, the two were accompanied by a couple of Steve's friends. Since Steve h...

The Unicorn Buck
-- I had been in my stand for about 10 minutes when I saw a deer, a good one, making his way toward me. It was the biggest buck I had ever encountered. This is going to be good, I thought. The wind is right, I’m above him, and the cover is adequa...

Time to Rename the Stand
It was a very cold Sunday afternoon on Jan. 20, 2008, and most sane people were watching football on TV.  t there as, lking to my deer stand and thanking God for long underwear. I got into the stand at about 4 p.m. It overlooked a small eenfield ...

What colors can deer actually see?
I know that concealment is top priority, but up here in Maine most hunters I know don't use a blind or tree stands and we're decked out in florescent orange. How well does a deer see and what colors do they actually see?

Missouri muzzleloader harvest second largest on record
From Missouri Department of Natural Resources -- Hunters took 15,238 deer during the muzzleloader portion of Missouri’s firearms deer season, the second largest muzzleloader harvest on record.
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