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The Hunter's Glass
The subject of optics for hunters is one that gets a lot of press. Rightfully it should, since our choice of scopes, binoculars and now range-finders can literally determine the success of a hunt. The choices are endless, as each manufacturer exto...

J. Wayne Fears Inducted into Legends of the Outdoors
-- Nationally acclaimed outdoors writer and master outdoorsman J. Wayne Fears, also a longtime contributor to Buckmasters GunHunter Magazine, has been inducted into...

The Pea Patch Bandit
Remember the photos that were flying across the Internet last year of the freckled kid sitting beside a monstrous buck and holding its gnarly rack? You might recall that the antlers were wrapped with enough wire to resemble a UHF antenna. A lot o...

West Virginia hunters harvest 8,332 spring turkeys
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Preliminary harvest figures for the West Virginia spring gobbler season show hunters checked in 8,332 bearded turkeys. This year’s harvest is a 10 percent decline from the 2011 harvest, and a 15...

Pennsylvania residents encouraged to participate in bat survey
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Game Commission biologists are seeking assistance from residents in a regional monitoring effort to collect bat maternity colony data this summer.  Monitoring is especially important following in bat popu...

Applications open for Ohio controlled deer, waterfowl hunts
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio hunters have until July 31 to submit permit applications for a random drawing to participate in controlled deer and waterfowl hunts this fall.

Good Forestry is Good for Deer
In the fall of 1982, my father and I set out for our hunting club, anticipating what opening day would bring. As we arrived, we quickly realized that things had changed since our last visit. My dad pulled over to the side of the road and sat in ut...

How Will Biologists Survey My Property?
How can the biologist determine how many deer are on our place and make accurate determinations when all he does is see the property from the ground and make a short scouting trip?
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