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From Down in the Dumps to Elated
It was a cold January morning. There’s not a better time to be in the woods in south Alabama. And of all the mornings I could oversleep, it had to be this one. Getting up early is critical where I hunt because it’s on public land. The first s...

Kansas sets antelope, elk season dates
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Regulations for antelope and elk seasons were approved recently at the public hearing portion of the Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission.

Boulder Area deer herd public comments sought
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- The Division of Wildlife is seeking input on the Boulder area deer herd which inhabits Game Management Units 29 and 28 in parts of Clear Creek, Gilpin, Jefferson and Boulder counties. The herd lives in an ar...

Arizona seeking input on game management guidelines
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- Public comments are now being accepted for improving Arizona's hunt guidelines to continue sustainable management of the state's game animals while providing as much hunting recreation as possible.

Southeast Missouri black bear trapping begins in May
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Bear sighting reports are more important than ever to Conservation Department biologists and agents in southeast Missouri.

The Versatile .44 Mag
I seem to have a .44 magnum revolver at hand every time I head to the shooting range or hunting field. For good reason, too. The .44 Remington Magnum is a very versatile cartridge in a revolver. By selecting different weights and styles of bullets...

Archery tournament May 13-14 will be largest in world
From the National Archery in the Schools Program -- The largest archery event in the world will be held May 13 and 14 at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville when 400 student teams from 34 states will compete for individual medals, ...

Severe weather slows Missouri turkey harvest opening
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Rain and severe weather complicated hunting during the first week of Missouri's 21-day spring turkey season, leading to a 10-percent drop in the first week harvest.

May 18 deadline for Washington special hunt permits
From Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife -- Hunters have through May 18 to apply for special hunting permits for fall deer, elk, mountain goat, moose, bighorn sheep and turkey seasons in Washington state.

Get Off the Field
Just seeing deer gets any hunter's heart pumping. That's why it's so hard to resist sitting right on a green field or crop edge -- you definitely see more deer. If you're meat hunting or are taking a youngster out, watching a field can be very pr...

Hello Faddah
Richard Caro might not have received a come-get-me letter from his son, Bradley, postmarked from Camp Granada. But he did get three telephone calls in less than an hour on Dec. 7, 2006. The first time, Bradley was ready for someone to come get hi...

Toll-free number for turkey harvest reports available
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- This spring, Pennsylvania's spring gobbler season features a new toll-free telephone method of reporting harvests. The Interactive Voice Response harvest reporting telephone number is (855)724-8681.

1,900 shooters expected at Cornhusker Trapshoot April 28-30
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Shooting sports continue to grow in Nebraska, and there's no better evidence than the Cornhusker Trapshoot where more than 1,900 shooters are expected at the April 28 to 30 event.

Two Super Tag lotteries available to Nebraskans
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraskans may apply for two unique hunting opportunities--a multispecies permit and a bighorn sheep permit. A lottery will determine the recipients of both.

CWD not found in hunter-killed deer samples
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Chronic wasting disease (CWD) was not found in samples taken from hunter-killed deer during Pennsylvania's 2010 hunting season, according to Dr. Walt Cottrell, Game Commission wildlife veterinarian.

Problems With Deer Going Nocturnal
I’m from Texas. My hunting partner and I are having problems with deer going nocturnal. We just started using feeders to help control the feeding times. We hoped that this would fix the problem, but it hasn’t yet. We are hunting on the Brazos Riv...

Indiana spring turkey season opens April 27
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- For Indiana hunters wondering why the spring wild turkey hunting season starts as late as it does this year, DNR wildlife research biologist Steve Backs has an explanation.

Apply now for special hunts on St. Marks, St. Vincent wildlife refuges
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- This fall, Northwest Florida offers special deer and wild hog hunts at St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge and a unique big game hunt on the island of St. Vincent NWR.

2011 spring turkey season opens May 2, April 30 youth day
From the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife -- Spring wild turkey hunting season opens in Maine on April 30 with the traditional Youth Day, and on May 2 for all licensed hunters with permits.

Arkansas Commission finalizes 2011-12 hunting seasons
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- One major change to the Game and Fish Commission's approval of 2011-12 hunting season increases the statewide deer bag limit from five deer to six deer with no more than two bucks.
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