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WI hunting, fishing licenses on sale March 7
From Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin 2012-13 hunting, fishing, trapping and other licenses for fish and wildlife activities in Wisconsin go on sale March 7. Current year licenses expire March 31. New licenses are valid from...

Florida youth spring turkey hunt March 10-11
From Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Youth Spring Turkey Hunt Weekend in Florida is March 10 and 11 in Florida, prior to the opening of spring turkey season in each hunting zone.

MN mentored women's turkey applications due April 2
From Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Adult women who would like to become turkey hunters can go afield and learn from an experienced National Wild Turkey Federation volunteer during mentored hunts offered May 19 and 20 in Minnesota.

Missouri turkey hunting clinic open to youths ages 9 through 15
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- Up to 40 youth turkey hunters age 9 through 15 can register for a free youth turkey hunting clinic March 24.

Minnesota DNR to reassess deer population goals this spring
From Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- From 2005 through 2007 the DNR used an extensive public input process to establish deer population goals for Minnesota’s approximately 130 deer permit areas. Now that goal populations have been ac...

NH offers women-only hunter ed course
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Women interested in taking Hunter Education in the company of other women can now sign up for a special women-only hunter education course. It involves self-paced online study and an online exam, plu...

North Dakota bighorn sheep license auctioned March 17
From North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The Midwest Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation will auction a North Dakota bighorn sheep license at its annual fundraiser and banquet March 17 in Bloomington, Minn.

NJ turkey hunting, calling clinic offered March 10
From New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- The wild turkey’s keen sense of hearing and superb eyesight makes it one of the most challenging game birds to hunt, but there are ways for hunters to improve the odds of harvesting a turkey, accor...

Remaining ND deer samples negative for CWD
From North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The remaining North Dakota deer samples tested for chronic wasting disease are negative, according to Dr. Dan Grove, wildlife veterinarian for the State Game and Fish Department.

Sneak Attack!
William “Spook” Spann got an inauspicious start in life. He was born on Halloween night, and upon the boy’s emergence from the womb, his doctor quipped, “Looks like we’ve got ourselves a little spook, a healthy boy.” The moniker stuck, and to this...

How can I attract deer closer to my stands?
I live in Pennsylvania, near the Delaware line. We have some big bucks here in our area but I have difficulty attracting them. Can you make a suggestion to any feed that will attract big bucks at or near my stand during hunting time of the day, ...

My First Hunt Story
-- Mom always wanted a daughter. She wanted a little girl who would dress in cute dresses and be a girlie girl — you know, the type all moms dream of. Instead, she got me. I always wanted to play with trucks, oer baseball, football, basketball ...

KS Weststar Green Team plans youth turkey hunts Apr. 1-22
From Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks & Tourism -- 
Staff at Jeffrey Energy Center are inviting youth who have not harvested a turkey to participate in the center’s spring hunt April 1-22 at JEC, about 45 minutes northwest of Topeka.

Special KS turkey season April 11- May 31
From Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism
 -- Special hunts on select state wildlife areas this spring to encourage youth hunters will be offered in 12 counties — Chase, Clay, Douglas, Leavenworth, Marshall, Osage, Ottawa, Pottawatomi...

Missouri CRP sign-up has April 6 deadline
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- Over the past 26 years, the Federal Conservation Reserve Program under the U.S. Department of Agriculture Farm Service Agency has created millions of acres of upland and wetland habitat for quail, pheas...

NY hunters take 228,350 deer, record 1,250 bear during 2011
From New York State Department of Environmental Conservation -- Hunters in New York State harvested more than 228,350 deer and 1,250 bears during the 2011 hunting seasons.  The number of deer taken nearly matched the 2010 number, while a new...

Georgia biologist survey finds no evidence of WNS
From Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- State wildlife biologists Trina Morris and Nikki Castleberry are a quarter-mile beneath untold tons of rock, smeared with gray mud and chilled to the bone from spending hours thigh-deep in a subterr...

Young hunters register by March 23 for Council Grove spring turkey hunt
From Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism -- In cooperation with Council Grove area chapters of the National Wild Turkey Federation and Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation, as well as the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. KDWPT will cond...

2 Bucks in 3 States Ain't Bad
-- In April 2011, at Indoor Outfitters’ winter archery league banquet in my home state of Pennsylvania, I was lucky enough to win a free seven-day hunt at Oak Ridge Outfitters in Pike County, Ill. I called the outfitter and arranged to hunt the ...

Optical Illusions
Not everything you know about scopes is wrong, but I’ll bet some is. Over the years, hunters have been sharing inaccurate “conventional wisdom” about scopes, manufacturers have been telling little white lies and throwing up smokescreens, and write...
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