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Entries for June 2009



Better Late Than Never
By Jeff Read -- It was getting late on a Friday afternoon as I drove back from college and waited for my dad to get off work. He came home and picked me up, and I was all ready for the evening hunt. It was late in the season and we knew it would be...

Vermont fish and wildlife camps see record enrollment
From the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department   -- A record number of students from throughout Vermont are enrolled this summer at the state’s two Green Mountain Conservation Camps, according to the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Depart...

Changes in Indiana licenses effective July 1
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources   -- Outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of several new hunting, fishing and trapping licenses effective July 1.     The changes include: (1) creation of non-resident youth hu...

Time to register for Montana FWP Game Damage Hunter Roster
From Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks   -- Montana hunters interested in taking part in any game-damage hunting opportunities on private land this year must register online by July 15 with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks.

Minnesota fishing, hunting law changes effective July 1
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources  -- Hunters and anglers should be aware of a number of law changes that will take effect July 1 (as opposed to the usual Aug. 1 date) as a result of legislation passed this year.

Sausage with World-class Casing!
By Ken Markham -- I used to hunt deer with bow and gun, shooting mostly does. But these last few years, my job and family responsibilities have limited me to opening weekend of Wisconsin’s gun season. In the almost three decades leading...

Registration open for Maryland Becoming Outdoors Woman workshop
From the Maryland Department of Natural Resources -- The Maryland Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) program is accepting registrations for its fall 2009 workshop to be held at the Garrett County 4-H camp near Deep Creek Lake Oct. 23 -25.

Comments sought on Idaho hunting rule proposals
From the Idaho Fish and Game Department -- Idaho Fish and Game is seeking public comments on 11 proposed big game and upland game rules. On July 22-24, the Idaho Fish and Game Commission will consider proposed changes to big game and upland g...

Idaho super hunt winners announced
From the Idaho Fish and Game Department -- Winners in the first of two Idaho Super Hunt drawings have been selected.

Apply for Missouri managed deer hunts by Aug. 15
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Hunters have until Aug. 15 to apply for deer hunts at Missouri state parks, national wildlife refuges, military reservations and nature preserves.

PA Game Board Commissioners will review crossbow use
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission  -- Among the items for preliminary consideration when Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners meet July 8-9 in Harrisburg will be a proposal to restrict the use of crossbows, requested by Game Commissio...

Space still available for North Dakota BOW program
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department is still accepting registrations for the 15th annual Becoming an Outdoors Woman Workshop, Aug. 7-9 at Lake Metigoshe State Park near Bottineau. The cost i...

ND grant program aims at recruiting young hunters, shooters
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota clubs and organizations are invited to submit an application for the Encouraging Tomorrow’s Hunters program, a grant program developed to assist in the recruitment of the next g...

Late Start, Savage Wind … First Buck
By Brett Sade -- I overslept on Saturday, Nov. 15, 2008. My wife woke me up at about 5:40. I sat up in bed and thought: “There’s no way.” I stumbled out of bed, went to the window and noticed the dancing tree limbs, which almost...

Wild animals don’t make good pets—here’s why
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources         -- As development encroaches more and more into areas once solely animals' habitats, it is likely that humans encounter more wild animals crossing &q...

Indiana online reserved-hunt applications available July 1
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Hunters may apply for a reserved hunt online by visiting www.IndianaOutdoor.IN.gov and clicking on the “Register for a Reserved Hunt” link, beginning July 1. The online method will be...

Ohio to open 23 state nature preserves to special archery hunts
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Permits to participate in controlled hunts will be awarded by lottery for special archery deer hunts at 23 state nature preserves across Ohio. The increasing deer population has resulted in negative...

GA urban deer management plan complete
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources  -- Georgia is fortunate to have a healthy white-tailed deer population that provides diverse recreational opportunities and generates significant economic vitality.  For example, deer h...

Nevada hunters can now return tags for any reason; retain bonus points
From the Nevada Department of Wildlife  -- You forgot to double check your application and now you have a big game tag for the wrong area. You got the hunt of a lifetime in Montana and now you can’t use your Nevada tag. The Nevada Depar...

No More Tears
By Kenny Evans -- Let me begin by saying that I’m a man of faith. I’m a pastor from east Tennessee, and I thank the good Lord every time I get to the woods, especially when I get to take one of my children along. My wife and I have been ...
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