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Moose study, sampling continues in Adirondacks

Moose study, sampling continues in Adirondacks

By New York Department of Environmental Conservation

The aerial distance sampling for moose across the Adirondacks, is underway across the Adirondacks. The DEC, SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Cornell University's Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research Unit and Animal Health Diagnostic Center, the Biodiversity Research Institute and the Wildlife Conservation Society Adirondack ... READ MORE

Deer movement study begins in CWD zone

Deer movement study begins in CWD zone

By Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

A research project to examine how deer move across the landscape in southeastern Minnesota’s chronic wasting disease management area began March 12. “The data from this study will help us estimate male and female dispersal patterns as they relate to disease transmission and build movement models,” said Dr. Chris Jennelle, DNR rese... READ MORE

Early turkey season for youth, impaired hunters March 17-18

Early turkey season for youth, impaired hunters March 17-18

By Georgia Department of Natural Resources

Youth and mobility-impaired hunters utilizing private land have a chance to harvest a bird during a special early opportunity turkey season March 17-18. The statewide turkey hunting season opens on March 24. However, youth and mobility-impaired hunters utilizing private land have a chance to harvest a bird during a special early opportunity turkey ... READ MORE

Hunters donate 289,292 lbs. venison to feed the hungry

Hunters donate 289,292 lbs. venison to feed the hungry

By Missouri Department of Conservation

Thousands of Missouri deer hunters donated 289,292 pounds of venison to the state’s Share the Harvest program this past deer season. The season’s total included nearly 5,600 whole deer. The donated deer meat will help feed hungry Missourians all around the state, according to the Department of Conservation and Conservation Federation o... READ MORE

Moose hunters see 73% success rate for 2017

Moose hunters see 73% success rate for 2017

By Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife

With 2,080 moose permits issued, 1,518 hunters were successful in getting their moose. Hunter success rates varied throughout different regions of the state with over 80 percent of the hunters getting moose in Wildlife Management Districts 1-3 and 5 and 6 in Aroostook County. Weather had an impact for many hunters, particularly the first week. Moo... READ MORE

CWD test results show ‘not detected’

CWD test results show ‘not detected’

By Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks

Results are now available from the Chronic Wasting Disease sampling efforts which began February 23, 2018 in the 5-mile CWD Containment Zone. Sixty-four samples were collected and submitted for testing. Results returned March 5 indicate all samples were “not detected for CWD.” In addition, numerous samples from purported sick and road-... READ MORE

Removal effort nets 615 feral hogs on public, private lands

Removal effort nets 615 feral hogs on public, private lands

By Arkansas Game and Fish Commission

Crews from the Arkansas and Tennessee/Kentucky U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Wildlife Services, in cooperation with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and Missouri Department of Conservation, removed 615 feral hogs on public and private land in northeast and southeast Arkansas. Aerial operatio... READ MORE

Yamaha Continues Decade-Long Support for the Future of Hunting and Fishing

Yamaha Continues Decade-Long Support for the Future of Hunting and Fishing

By Yamaha Motor Corp., USA

National Hunting and Fishing Day Sweepstakes Features All-New Yamaha Wolverine X4 Side-by-Side. Kennesaw, Ga. – March 5, 2018 – Yamaha Motor Corp., USA, announces its annual National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHF Day) support this year, which includes giving away an all-new 2018 Wolverine X4 Side-by-Side (SxS) in Realtree camo through an... READ MORE

Macon East Academy Headmaster Honored by 9/11 Firefighters

Macon East Academy Headmaster Honored by 9/11 Firefighters

By Macon East Academy

Glynn Lott, Headmaster and Coach, was recognized during the annual Macon East Academy Deer Hunt for his service to the school and ongoing commitment to serve the community by offering this unique fundraiser to trophy hunters throughout the country. He was presented with an official firefighter helmet from retired New York City firefighters and long... READ MORE

New CWD management area established

New CWD management area established

By Pennsylvania Game Commission

People who live and hunt deer within parts of Lancaster, Lebanon and Berks counties now need to comply with special rules intended to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease (CWD). The Pennsylvania Game Commission has established Disease Management Area 4 (DMA 4) in response to a CWD-positive deer recently detected at a captive deer farm in Lanc... READ MORE

Team Easton Sweeps Gold at Indoor World Championships

Team Easton Sweeps Gold at Indoor World Championships

By Easton Archery

Yankton, South Dakota - Following their gold medal haul at the Indoor World Cup final in Las Vegas, Team Easton made their way to the 2018 Indoor World Archery Championships hoping to continue the streak. In the premier categories, Team Easton won 10 of 12 medals, sweeping the podiums in the Men’s Compound, Men’s Recurve and Women&rsquo... READ MORE

Deer, turkey and bear season results announced

Deer, turkey and bear season results announced

By Virginia Department of Game & Inland Fisheries

During the 2017–18 deer hunting season, hunters harvested 189,730 deer in Virginia. This total included 95,474 antlered bucks, 12,822 button bucks, and 81,434 does. The youth and apprentice deer hunting weekend resulted in a harvest of 2,954 deer. The archery season harvest was 27,630 deer while hunters took 48,811 deer during the muzzleloade... READ MORE

Hunters harvest 86,542 deer in 2017-2018

Hunters harvest 86,542 deer in 2017-2018

By Maryland Department of Natural Resources

Hunters harvested 86,542 deer during Maryland’s combined archery, firearms and muzzleloader seasons, from Sept. 8, 2017, through Jan. 31, 2018. The harvest exceeded the 2016-2017 total by more than 1,000 deer. Included in the statewide total were 7,204 deer taken on Sundays. “Sunday hunting continues to be an important component in mana... READ MORE

Big game hunt applications due March 1

Big game hunt applications due March 1

By Utah Division of Wildlife Resources

If you want to hunt big game animals in Utah this fall, the clock is ticking. Applications for hunting permits are due no later than 11 p.m. on March 1. March 1 is also the last day to apply for a permit to hunt buck deer in Utah this fall. The best way to apply is online. Once hunters arrive at the webpage, they can locate information that to help... READ MORE

You Can’t Regulate Ethics

You Can’t Regulate Ethics

By Brad Fenson | Shoot-On.com

Why archery equipment is limited by more than what you can do at the range. A pair of bucks ran across the rolling sandhills of Nebraska, making their way toward the woodlot I was watching. There had already been an abundance of doe and small buck activity, and as the sun made its way into the western sky, the big boys finally began to show. The le... READ MORE

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