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One 'Good' Turkey
By Sherri Good -- This is the story of my first hunting experience and how I got there. In the fall of 2006, my dad gave me his 20-gauge shotgun after I completed a hunter safety course. After shooting targets for a few months, I announced to my ...

South Dakota Offers More Opportunities for Young Hunters
From South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission -- Two South Dakota hunting seasons have been expanded to allow more opportunities for young hunters and more opportunities are on the way. The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Commission has appro...

Pennsylvania Removes Protection of Feral Swine
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- At the unanimous direction of the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners, and in response to a recent state Supreme Court ruling, Carl G. Roe, agency executive director, recently issued an order removing protec...

Eleven Deer Test Positive for Chronic Wasting Disease in West Virginia County
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Test results have detected the Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) agent in a total of 11 white-tailed deer collected during the 2008 spring collections in Hampshire County, West Virginia, according to t...

Training for West Virginia Youth Archery Program to be Held July 8-9
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources Wildlife Resources Section will hold its next training session for the Archery in the Schools Program July 8-9, 2008, at the Sportsman's Refuge at Ch...

Spring Mule Deer Survey Complete
From North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota Game and Fish Department big game biologists recently completed the annual spring mule deer survey. Based on observations, the population index in the badlands continues to remain higher tha...

One Fine Buck
By Phil Fiene -- It was a frosty Kansas morning on Nov. 13, 2002. The weather was not great for a morning bowhunt. Days like this make it easy to stay under the blankets. However, it was the first day of pheasant season, which would result in a lot ...

Archery in the Off Season
By Tracy Breen -- Archery season has come to an end and bowhunters everywhere find themselves wondering what to do now. Most of us shot our bows daily for weeks before the season opened to get ready for our fall hunts. We fine-tuned our equipment ...

Going Large in Maine
By Val Faust -- My first year to deer hunt in Maine was 2005. My brother-in-law Al Woodbury has hunted in Maine at Forth Generation Farm and Guide Service, which is owned and run by Mike Farrar. Al has had great success due to the fact he has taken ...

No Ground Shrinkage Here
By Christopher Duncan -- I had just settled into my treestand for a vigilant morning of deer hunting on the next to last day of Wisconsin's firearms season. BOOM! The sound of my father's .30-06 erupted in the morning air. BOOM! Another shot cracked...

Colorado Wildlife Commission Denies Prairie Dog Hunting Ban
From U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance -- The Colorado Wildlife Commission has voted to allow the continued hunting of prairie dogs after being presented with a petition asking it to issue a ban.   The ban was backed by the anti group WildEarth Guard...

Fourteen Youth Teams to Represent Ohio at 2008 National Archery Championships
From Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Three hundred and fourteen Ohio elementary, middle, and high school students, encompassing 14 teams, will participate in the May 10 National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Championships in Louisvil...

Federal Program Targets Landowners to Help Manage Wildlife
From Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation -- On May 1, farmers and ranchers in northwest Oklahoma will have another reason to plant native vegetation on their cropland. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recently set up the State Acres for Wild...

Missouri Conservation Commission Addresses Antler Restrictions, Adds Second Youth Firearms Season
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- Changes in deer-hunting regulations approved by the Missouri Conservation Commission at its April meeting include one that enjoys popular support from hunters and one that is likely to be a hit with hunter...

Alabama NASP State Championship Winners Announced
From Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources -- The largest youth archery competition in Alabama, the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) State Championship, was held Thursday, May 1, 2008 at the Birmingham Jefferson Civi...

Six Days, Seven Bucks and 70 Pounds
By John Bradley -- The excitement of the trip reached fever pitch as we loaded my son's bags in the truck. Finally, we were leaving in the morning for our trip to Hudson Bay located in Saskatchewan, Canada, with Dahl Creek Outfitters. I was going to...

Illinois Non-Resident Archery Deer Permits on Sale June 1
From Illinois Department of Natural Resources -- Non-resident archery deer hunting permits for the 2008-09 Illinois Archery Deer season will be available through the DNR Direct online and by phone beginning June 1.   Non-residents can purcha...

NASP State Tournament Draws 230 Young Archers
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- A total of 230 fourth- to 12th- grade students from 11 schools participated in the Nebraska National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) State Tournament held April 26 in Lincoln, according to Aaron Hersh...

A Sitka Adventure
By Jeff Sullivan -- Hunting Sitka blacktail deer in Prince William Sound, Alaska, presents many challenges for a first-time deer hunter. For example, travel by boat or plane can be turbulent due to the unpredictable weather in this area. The islands...

Going Above and Beyond
By Greg Humphreys, Wildlife Biologist, Deltic Timber Corp. -- During the summer of 2007, I received a phone call from the Cedar Hill Hunting Club. They were calling to inform us they were planning to host a youth hunt for a young handicapped hun...
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