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Vermont to Hold Free Deer Hunting Seminar
From Vermont Agency of Natural Resources -- A daylong deer hunting seminar on Saturday, Oct. 25, in Central Vermont is offered to all youth and new hunters who have passed the basic Hunter Education course.   The Vermont Fish and Wildlife De...

South Carolina, U.S. Air Force Schedule Youth Deer Hunt
From South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources in cooperation with the U.S. Air Force Shaw Air Force Base Environmental Flight will conduct a special youth deer hunt at the Poinsett Electron...

Louisiana Releases Report on Impact from Hurricane Gustav
From Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) biologists report forest and marshland damage and scattered instances of flooding caused by Hurricane Gustav's Sept. 1 landfall. The preli...

Steve's Gift
By Glenn Rollins -- In the winter of 2004, my good friend Steve Hales was diagnosed with cancer. Steve owned a beautiful cattle farm in Charles County, Md. Before he started his treatment, he asked me to cut his summer hay. All summer, I was cutti...

Grandpa's Rifle
By Charlie Scott -- The phone rang. It was our neighbor, Tracey, who lives on a 12-acre lake down the road.  To any hunter, he was delivering terrible news.  "I pulled another one out of the lake today," he said. "That mak...

Florida: Military Training Prompts Change to Camp Blanding's Hunts
From Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- This fall's first archery hunt on Camp Blanding, as well as the general gun still hunt and the archery-only area hunts, have been rescheduled. Military training in the hunting area prompted...

Time Well Spent
By Michael Morgan -- This it is not about the biggest buck in the woods but rather a great weekend that I got to share with a special kid I will never forget.  Every year I am fortunate enough to take a kid from St. Jude or a kid who has rais...

Streamlight Marks 35 Years of Flashlight Manufacturing
From Streamlight Inc. -- Streamlight Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-performance flashlights, recently marked 35 years of operations with a gala reception and tours of its newly expanded Eagleville, Pa., headquarters.  More than 250 gues...

Better than Television
By Steven K. Farmer Jr. -- I started hunting in 2000 and had no idea how exciting it can be. I had watched hunting shows on Outdoor Channel, and it looked like a great experience. However, I soon found out that watching a hunting show does not hold ...

A Son's Gift
By Paul Shipman -- "Go ahead and see if you can get him, Dad. I have to work," said my son. I have to admit, I was surprised at Josh's remark. After all, we had just been watching one of the largest bucks I have personally ever seen in 31...

Arkansas Offers Deferred Hunter Education Licenses
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- In an effort to give more first-time hunters a chance to experience the state's outdoor resources, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is again offering a Deferred Hunter Education license. A hunter can ...

Turkey Mystique
By Sherry Lee Vingum -- The anticipation is always high when a turkey hunter's name is drawn for a turkey tag. This is especially true when there are reports of success from other hunters, including family and friends. To say I was chomping at the b...

Ohio Expands Mobility-Impaired Hunting Opportunities
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Access roads on state wildlife areas open for hunting for hunters with mobility impairments using electric powered all-purpose vehicles (EPAPV) have been designated by the Ohio Department of Natural Resou...

Indiana to Hold Archery Event at Raccoon SRA
From Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Raccoon State Recreation Area will host an inaugural Introduction to Archery program and a Traditional Archery competition, Sept. 27, in recognition of National Hunting and Fishing Day. The events wi...

Victory for Sportsmen in Arizona as Judge Decides in Favor of Wildlife Management
From U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance Foundation   -- In a major victory for sportsmen and conservationists nationwide, a federal court has ruled to protect hunting and wildlife management on an important parcel of federal land. The ruling reiterates...

Diaphragms for Bucks?
By H. "Bumper" Bauer -- Here in Pennsylvania we are blessed in a way because our fall turkey and archery deer seasons are open at the same time. On any given day when hunting with a bow there is the possibility of tagging both a buck and a...

Nebraska's Archery Deer Season Opens Sept. 15
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The first opportunity for hunters to harvest a deer and put meat in the freezer this fall begins Sept. 15 with the opening of archery deer season in Nebraska. For the first time, all archery permits will ...

Illinois Offers Deer, Waterfowl Youth Hunts
From Illinois Department of Natural Resources -- YOUTH DEER HUNT: The Illinois Department of Natural Resources will conduct a drawing Sun., Sept. 21 for three young people to hunt deer at Coffeen Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area in Montgomery Co. ...

Ohio to Hold Lottery for Controlled Deer Hunts
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- A random drawing will be held Monday, Sept. 29 to select participants for three special controlled deer hunts at Lake Katharine State Nature Preserve in Jackson County.   Lake Katharine State Natur...

The Importance of Hunting
By Victoria E. Scott -- As far back as I can remember I have fond memories of my grandfather, dad and brothers returning from their hunting trips. I always anxiously awaited their return to see what the day had yielded. Most of the time we would all...
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