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Register now for April 14-15 Michigan BOW CCL handgun course
From Michigan Department of Natural Resources -- Michigan’s Becoming an Outdoors-Woman program is offering a handgun class for women interested in obtaining a concealed pistol license (CPL). The class to be held April 14 and 15 at the Caledonia S...

Rules affect deer, bear hunting to implement NY 5-year deer plan
From New York Dept. of Environmental Conservation -- To implement New York’s Five-Year Deer Management Plan, new rules have been proposed that will affect deer and bear hunting

Youth check 4,319 turkeys in Missouri’s 2-day youth hunt
From Missouri Department of Natural Resources -- Wonderful weather and an uptick in statewide turkey population helped young hunters to a successful youth spring turkey hunt.

Deer totals increase in new NH wildlife harvest summary
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

 -- The annual Wildlife Harvest Summary which summarizes data gathered by wildlife biologists from New Hampshire 2011hunting seasons is now available online

Old Socks = Traveler's Sandbags
There's an old shooter's adage that still holds a lot of truth today: "You are only as good as your rest." Today, most shooting houses and ladder-type treestands are equipped with shooting rails. Many hunters have discovered that placing a sandbag on...

Participation doubles for WI deer forums, online survey
From Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Participation in Wisconsin’s 2012 deer forums was significantly higher than the previous year, with double the number of people attending meetings and more than 6,500 providing comments online.

Atlas available for KS spring turkey season April 11-May 31
From Kansas Dept. of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism -- The new Kansas Spring Turkey Atlas is now available at KDWPT offices and license vendors around the state.

No frills reminders can help hunters renew licenses
From National Shooting Sports Foundation -- When state wildlife management agencies encourage hunters to renew their hunting licenses via direct mail, no frills, black and white postcards hit the bull's-eye, according to a new study sponsored by ...

2012 GunHunter Sneak Peek: Nikon's Nifty Spot On Turret
I can remember when looking through a state-of-the-art riflescope, all you saw was a simple crosshair of uniform thickness. No dual- or triple-thickness reticle arms, no stadia wires, no hash marks or circles, just a crosshair. I can even remember...

DMAP landowner applications accepted until June 1
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Landowners have until June 1 to enroll or renew their applications in the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP), which is an antlerless deer hunting program to help landowner...

KY opens new Union County WMA for spring turkey season
From Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- Hunters have a new area in western Kentucky to pursue wild turkeys this spring following the opening of the 2,500-acre Big Rivers Wildlife Management Area and State Forest in Union County.

KS nonresident deer applications due April 27
From Kansas Dept. of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism -- The application period for all nonresident deer hunters for a Kansas fall deer permits is April 1 through 27.

How to Attack a New Hunting Property - Part 1
It didn’t exactly start off as a good afternoon for bowhunting. With the November temperatures in Schuyler County, Ill., hovering in the low 70s, I figured most of the rut activity would be taking place at night. Making matters worse, I needed to ...

Shooting Stars
-- Few people have had as big an influence on the sport of archery in America as Khatuna Lorig. Recently, the Olympic medal winner helped train the lead actress of "The Hunger Games", Jennifer Lawrence, in proper archery techniques. As you will se...

Can summer food plots be cheap and low-maintenance?
What could I plant to have a good, cheap summer food plot? Is there something nearly maintenance-free that would help with antler growth, as well as nurture the health of our does and fawns? My food plot spot is only about a 1/4 acre.
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