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Arkansas Turkey permit application period is extended
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- LITTLE ROCK – Because of technical problems, the online turkey permit application deadline has been extended to Jan. 23. The process began Dec. 15, but technical glitches had the application process do...

A Most Memorable Hunt
By Kevin Hackenberg -- I have been archery hunting in Pennsylvania for about 15 years yet the most memorable hunt I’ve experienced was during October 2007.  That was the first time I’d ever had someone in the tree with me&mdash...

Honoring Grandpa—Hunting Buddy, Hero, Teacher
By Clint Anderson -- I sat perfectly still and listened to leaves crunch softly in the distance. I knew if I moved, I would be detected and all would be lost. I had waited too long and prepared too hard to risk losing it all now. As I stared into th...

The Early Bird Doesn't Always Get the Buck
By Chris Counts -- Up before daylight, sit all day, don't make a sound and keep a watchful eye.  Every hunter develops a philosophy about hunting white-tailed deer. Some hunt only in the morning; others swear by late afternoon. Some use lunar t...

The 6-Point Squirrel
By Ed Romero -- I haven’t been hunting very long due to my work schedule, but a long-time friend talked me into starting to hunt with him. My boys wanted to start as well, so I began to spend my available time learning the sport and helping th...

News Flash: Big Buck Down
By Richard Potter -- It was November 19, 2005, opening day of gun season in Wisconsin. My 19-year-old daughter Melissa was with me, just as she has been since she was 8. Melissa loves hunting and always has. Melissa and I have an opening-morning t...

The Thrill of Victory
By Bob Kotte -- I live in the small town of Highland, Wisc. Every couple of years or so, when I am able to pinch and save enough money, my buddies and I go on a hunting trip to Gunderson National Forest in Colorado. I hunt in my local area, but a t...

A Different Kind of Trophy
By Tom Thompson -- On Sat., Oct. 21, 2006, my 13-year-old son Ryan and I were bowhunting on private property in southern, Maryland. It was just after a cold front, and the weather was a sunny 61 degrees with a slight west-northwest wind. In other ...

Making Memories
By Wally Cummins   -- My hunting story took place when my girlfriend, Stephanie, and I hunted during the rut on Davis Island, which is a few miles south of Vicksburg, Miss. Our hunting club, Buckhorn II, is surrounded by the Mississippi River,...

Three Wallhangers in 30 Minutes
By Matthew Simone -- Upstate New York might not be known for its spectacular white-tailed deer hunting or its monster bucks, but it is home to many outdoorsmen. About 30 years ago, my father, his brother, their uncle and cousins formed a hunting gro...

It Runs in the Family
By Lisa Price -- Tip back in your chair at a summer cookout and ask Doug Treat how many days it is until archery season opens in Arkansas, and he'll know. In fact, he might know it right down to how many hours. All year long, except for hunting seas...

Louisiana Youngster's Special Harvest
From Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- For any 14-year-old boy, taking down an 8-point, 240-pound buck is a dream come true. However, for Krotz Springs, La., native Brandon Soileau, a trophy buck is just the icing on the cake of the ...

Georgia to Hold First Annual Hunter Education Skills Challenge
From Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- Youth interested in the outdoors can test their knowledge, demonstrate their skills and register to win a muzzleloader at the state's first annual Hunter Education Skills Challenge event Jan. 17 in Wal...

New York Junior Hunters Total More Than 15,000 in First Season
From New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- The New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) recently released preliminary results that show more than 15,000 junior hunters took advantage of a new law signed by New York Gov....

All in the Family
By Daniel Audy -- The 2007 hunting season was something that I will hold in my heart forever. I used to hunt in Vermont with my brother, John, and his wife's family, with whom I am very close. I started hunting when I was 18 years old. While I nev...

Two Deer for Two Brothers
By Levi and Hunter Schmidt -- Allow us to introduce ourselves: We are Levi and Hunter, the Schmidt brothers. We are ages 10 and 9 respectively. We are two brothers who each took bucks of a lifetime during the November firearms season in Missouri. We...

New York Begins Final Season of Wild Turkey Study
From New York State Department of Environmental Conservation -- New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Pete Grannis announced today that DEC is preparing for the final field season of a large-scale wild turkey ...

Five West Virginia Deer Test Positive for CWD
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Preliminary test results indicate the Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) agent was present in five hunter-harvested deer collected in Hampshire County during the 2008 deer firearms hunting season. &n...

Beyond the Harvest
By Wayne DeLuca -- It was Nov. 17, 2007, the last weekend of the Kentucky rifle season, and I had just come back from a hunting trip in Vermont. I had missed a shot at a small 3-pointer. My wife and I had just purchased 35 acres in Kentucky, and I d...

Ohio Gun Hunters Harvest 16,382 Deer Dec. 20-21
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources   -- Hunters harvested 16,382 deer Dec. 20-21, during the weekend of gun hunting, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife.   The extra weekend of gun hu...
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