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Easton Brings Olympic Technology to Bowhunting
-- Easton Technical Products, the industry leader in innovative arrows and archery equipment, introduces ultra-micro Injexion arrows which utilize many of the same design...

NH moose hunt lottery deadline is May 25
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Hunters who want a chance to hunt moose in New Hampshire this fall have until May 25 to submit an application for the moose hunt lottery.

WV hunters donate $75,000 to Hunters Helping the Hungry
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- A check for $75,000 representing funds raised during the Governor’s One Shot deer hunt in December 2011 has been presented to the Hunters Helping the Hungry Program (HHH), administered by Divisi...

NH seeking public help to track wild turkey broods
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- The public is again being asked to help track wild turkey broods in New Hampshire this spring and summer. Fish and Game relies on citizen participation to get as much turkey brood data as possible th...

Old Deer Calendars = Educational Targets
At the end of the year, don't throw away your deer calendar. You know, the ones with the beautiful whitetail photos for each month of the year. Deer calendars are perfect for teaching youth or beginners shot placement and various hunting situation...

Walter Sr., You Were Right
I started deer hunting 24 years ago, after I got married. My wife's entire family hunts deer. Until then, I had not even thought about deer hunting. At that time, my wife's grandfather, Walter Boldridge Sr., was still around. He was great - especi...

Canada Focus, Part II
-- About six years ago, Greg Steen, an avid hunter from the eastern Shore of Maryland, invited me to fill in a cancellation for a four-day deer hunt at the end of September in Saskatchewan. I jumped at the opportunity. A flight from Baltimore thro...

I Went, I Saw...
Almost half an hour since craning my neck and peering up at the tiny treestand illuminated by flashlight beam — 15 minutes of that spent relearning how to breathe after getting up there — I was sufficiently calm enough to pull up my bow. I’m prof...

Indiana commission extends one-buck rule
From Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana’s Natural Resources Commission has approved an indefinite extension of what’s commonly referred to as the one-buck rule for deer hunting.

Hunters, non-hunters can now donate to new HHH program
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Hunters and non-hunters alike can donate to fund the new Hunters Helping the Hungry program, which encourages hunters to give harvested deer to participating processors to feed Nebraskans in need.

Basic map and compass workshop offered June 16
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- A free workshop on beginning-level map and compass navigation skills will be offered to New Hampshire residents June 16 from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at Owl Brook Hunter Education Center.

More than 4,000 KS permits left; on sale June 18
From Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism -- Kansas has completed the nonresident deer permit drawing for the 2012 seasons, and for those applicants who were unsuccessful, there’s good news. More than 4,000 permits are left from the in...

Year-round feeders and small tracts
I hunt on a 10-acre tract. Agricultural fields border two sides and woods border two sides. I'm considering placing a feeder on my tract in hopes of keeping the deer more centralized in my little patch of woods. Should I start in the off-season and...

Canada Focus, Part I
-- It’s a question many individuals ask when they retire: What will I do to keep busy? Dreams of hunting, fishing and travel ran rampant through my mind. I had been a deer hunter for 40 years, early in New Jersey then moving on to Maryland and Pen...

Elk with an Elephant Gun
No one in his right mind would use a .458 Winchester Magnum to hunt elk. The thought came uninvited as I lugged the 10-pound Winchester Model 70 African .458 up the Colorado mountainside. I had found this ponderous chunk of wonderful walnut and bl...

NC Commission moves toward night hunting coyotes, swine
From North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- North Carolina’s Wildlife Commission has taken a step toward implementing a rule to allow for the taking of coyotes and feral swine by hunting on private lands at night with a light.

NY seeks help to identify presence of wild turkey disease
From New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation -- New York’s DEC  is seeking residents’ help in identifying whether an emerging disease called Lymphoproliferative Disease Virus (LPDV) is present in New York State's wild turkeys.

MN hunting, fishing license fee increase
From Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- The price of Minnesota hunting and fishing licenses will increase in March 2013 for the first time in 12 years. The increase raises the cost of an annual resident fishing license from $17 to $22 a...

How to Prevent Cold Weather Firearm Condensation
When temperatures plummet to well below freezing, one of the most common mistakes hunters make is bringing their firearms indoors at night. The indoor temperature and moisture in the air are vastly different than those outdoors, and condensation fo...

A Buck Barometer Named Chris
It was a slow day at work. Don Wilson and his partner were sitting in the office when Don's cell phone rang. It was his best huntin' buddy, Chris Snyder, calling to report that the bucks were on the move in Brown County, Ohio. Don looked at his b...
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