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Wild game cook-offs are seriously delicious events
From the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources -- It’s tough enough to judge one of the Alabama Wildlife Federation’s Wild Game Cook-Offs. But when you consider that I’m trying to pare down my massive frame thr...

June 15 deadline for SC Alligator Hunting Season applications
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- The deadline to apply for the public alligator season this year is fast approaching. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources will accept online applications for this year's public alligat...

When You’re Hot, You’re Hot
By Hunter Phelps -- If you hunt, you’re going to have streaks of good and bad luck. I’m currently enjoying the former, having taken two awesome Alabama whitetails over the past two seasons. I'm 20 years old and have been hunting Alabama&...

Arkansas urban deer hunt applications now available
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Because of the increasing nuisance deer complaints, the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission and four Arkansas cities have joined together to offer limited urban archery hunts to combat the overpopulated ...

Convicted Ohio wildlife violators pay the price nationally
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources   -- Since Ohio became an Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact (IWVC) member state on January 1, 2008, 146 violators have been entered into the system by Ohio wildlife law enforcement officers. O...

June 30 deadline for Illinois non-resident archery deer permits
From the Illinois Department of Natural Resources -- Applications are now being accepted for the non-resident archery deer hunting permit lottery drawing for the 2009-2010 Illinois Archery Deer season.  Non-resident hunters can apply through...

Peregrine Falcon chicks banded at Nebraska Capitol
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Two male and two female peregrine falcon chicks from the nest box near the top of the Nebraska State Capitol building were banded and given a checkup June 2. 

Little Big Trophy
By Bob Hendrick -- The memory of this hunt is as vivid as it was nine years ago. I had applied for and received a permit to hunt Coues deer in the Coronado National Forest/Whetstones Mountains area of south-central Arizona. I’d previously hu...

A Dream Fulfilled
By Steve Foate -- I work in sales and am also a member of the Team Realtree pro staff. I love to hunt, fish and anything else having to do with the great outdoors. I started hunting at an early age, teaming up with my father and grandfather. From hu...

July 31 deadline for Ohio controlled deer and waterfowl hunt application
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources   -- Hunters who want to participate in Ohio's fall controlled deer and waterfowl hunts have until July 31 to submit permit applications for a random drawing. Hunters can save time and money by s...

Winning the Lottery
By Marc Razza -- On the East Coast, elk hunting isn't a reality. It is a dream, especially for those of us who have spent our days afield in search of whitetails. A couple of years ago, after seeing yet another amazing elk hunt on television, I f...

Nevada announces big game draw results
From the Nevada Department of Wildlife -- The Nevada Department of Wildlife announced big game tag draw results May 29 breaking a record by announcing the results within 48 hours of the drawing.

ND deer samples negative for CWD, TB
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Samples taken from North Dakota deer, elk and moose during the 2008 hunting season have tested negative for chronic wasting disease and bovine tuberculosis, according to Dr. Dan Grove, wildlife vet...

A Day to Remember
By Leo Rossetti  -- My daughter, Natalie, has been tagging along on my bowhunts for the past three years. I usually take her on election day (the first week of November) because she's off from school and the rut is underway. The first year ...

Nebraska Bowhunter Education class scheduled in June
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Early summer is not too soon to begin thinking about fall hunting. Any Nebraska hunter may take a hunter education course, but it is recommended that hunters who need to fulfill the requirement take ...

Pennsylvania Hunter Education Courses set to begin
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission  -- With sales of the 2009-10 license set to begin in mid-June, Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe reminds all first-time license buyers to make plans to attend a Hunter-Trapper E...

SC study finds state’s natural resources contribute $30 billion to economy
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- Blessed with incredible natural bounty and beauty, South Carolina's natural resources are essential for economic development and contribute nearly $30 billion and 230,000 jobs to the stat...

Texas Commission approves Public Hunting on 44 state park sites
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission -- Nearly half of the sites in the Texas State Parks system will conduct public hunts during the 2009-2010 hunting season. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved scheduled hunts on 44 state p...

Neb. landowners enroll 14,346 acres in new open fields and waters program
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners was pleased to learn May 29 that landowners have enrolled 14,346 land acres, 120 pond acres and 17 river miles in the new Open Fields and Waters pro...

From Outcast to Mentor
By Roger Hinkle -- I have been hunting since I was 11 years old. I have found nothing I enjoy more than sitting in the woods and watching nature at work. When I graduated high school, I joined the Navy. The worst thing about being in the service was...
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