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Ohio's Fall Acorn Crop Production is Hit or Miss
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources   -- Ohio's fall crop of acorns is variable this year, but will provide a vital food source for more than 90 forest wildlife species. Overall, white oak acorn production is similar to last year but var...

Arkansas Offers New Map Products
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Over the years, Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has constructed, acquired and purchased land and lakes to provide outdoor enthusiasts with places to hunt, fish and enjoy the great outdoors. With over 10...

An Unlikely Turn of Events
By Krystal Slagle   -- I moved to Virginia about six years ago. I was a city girl looking for a change of pace. The fresh air, mountain views and friendly people were a shock to me - it was a stark contrast to city life in Philadelphia. My m...

Illinois Urges Archery Hunters to Participate in CWD Sampling
From Illinois Department of Natural Resources -- Archery deer hunters in select counties in northern Illinois are encouraged to allow samples to be taken for chronic wasting disease (CWD) from adult deer they harvest.  This sampling is a very i...

Texas Youth Get First Shot During Special Hunting Seasons
From Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Young hunters will be taking the first shots of the 2008-09 Texas hunting seasons during upcoming special youth-only seasons and state wildlife officials say range conditions and wildlife populations are r...

One for the Books
By Jimmy Rhodus -- In late July 2007, my daughter and I started watching a drop-tined buck near an apple orchard. We glassed the buck at least once or twice a week for the next month. When September rolled around, I had my Mathews bow dialed in and ...

Late Season Gift
By Howard Allen -- My cousin, Randy, owns 25 acres in Ross County, Ohio. I have hunted there for the last two years, and I have seen a lot of deer on this property. However, none have been close enough for me to take a shot. I told Randy that we ne...

Tennessee's Deer Herd on Rebound as Archery Season Begins
From Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency -- 2007 was a strange year for Tennessee deer hunters as the state faced probably the biggest EHD (Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease) outbreak on record. The good news is 2008 should see the state's herd reboundi...

Best Season Yet
By Shawn Adam Miller   -- I'm an avid outdoorsman with a college degree in wildlife biology. My wildlife career has afforded me the ability to work with many animals in a lot of different locations. As a result, I have had the opportunity to g...

Giles County, Tenn., Youth Deer Hunt Scheduled
From Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency -- The Fellowship of Christian Hunters and Giles County Deer Hunters Association will conduct a youth deer hunt Oct. 25, 2008, for ages 6-16. Deer check-in will be at Richland Trace Market from 6 a.m.-5 p.m. ...

North Dakota Landowners Looking for Doe Hunters
From North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Antlerless deer hunters looking for a place to hunt this fall might find the opportunity by placing their name on a list for landowners who want a good deer harvest. Bill Jensen, North Dakota Game and Fi...

Vermont Increases Bowhunter Education Effort
From Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department -- A new initiative from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department has almost doubled the number of students certified in bowhunter education this year. For the first time ever, bowhunter education was inc...

Ohio Offers Youth Hunting Opportunities
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio's youth hunters will again have several added opportunities to learn and practice their hunting skills this fall. The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife offers several ways fo...

Florida's Babcock Ranch to Host Public hog Hunts
From Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Babcock Ranch Preserve Public Small Game Hunting Area in Charlotte County, Fla., will host six separate public hog hunts for the first time since being acquired by the state of Florida. ...

What a Blessed Season
By Rev. Ronald D. Kosor -- I must first say this was one of the most wonderful years in my life as far as hunting goes. I am a full-time pastor of Alpha Lions Den Ministries in Derry, Pa., and my wife works for Kohl's department store full time. Nee...

One for Jeff
By Heath Baker   -- My best friend, Nathan Uttienger, and I have hunted together since we were kids. Jeff, Nate's late father, took me in as one of his own sons and taught us everything we know about hunting. After Jeff passed away, we conti...

Antler Growth and Formations
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- As the days become longer, the process of "photoperiod" takes hold - stimulating hormonal growth in bucks. This transition of more available sunlight allows changes to unfold within a buck's pituitary...

Indiana DNR Biologist Predicts Successful Early Archery Deer Season
From Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana DNR deer research biologist Chad Stewart expects a banner year for early archery deer season, which runs Oct. 1 through Nov. 30. "Archery season is a great time to be out," Stewart ...

Scoping Your Muzzleloader
By Randy D. Smith -- A recent Kansas deer hunting regulation update to allow scope-mounted guns during the early muzzleloader season will alter the configuration of many muzzle-loading rifles. Effective shooting ranges will increase, and I look for ...

Nationally-Syndicated Radio Show Hosts Share Hilarious Tales from the Treestand
Special to Buckmasters.com -- Anyone who has ever hunted has a hunting story or two. Most, in fact, have hundreds of them - all with varying degrees of truth. New York Times best-selling authors and popular radio show hosts Rick and Bubba, who were...
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