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Archery Paddlefish applications taken through April 30
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The application period for the 275 available paddlefish archery permits continues through April 30, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Whitetail: The Other Deer Meat
By Tyler Vickrey -- November 14, 2008, is a date I will never forget. It was the morning of my first whitetail hunt in northeastern Washington state with five of my best friends. I usually hunt mule deer with my dad near our homes in the little town...

A Brother’s Bond
By Charles Brande -- It has taken me several years to put this story to words. My best friend Derek Miller and I have known each other since we were 6. We grew up hunting and fishing together all over North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. If ...

What Are the Odds?
By William (Bill) Rumfelt  -- This is not a story about bringing home the big one or a hunting trip that was a great success. It's about an odd turn of events that occurred in the fall of 2006 and 2007.  Not coming from a family that has ...

Peregrine Falcons return to nest in Nebraska Capitol
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- For the fifth year in a row, a pair of peregrine falcons has produced eggs in a nest box outside the 18th floor of the Nebraska State Capitol, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Pennsylvania opens its 41st Spring Gobbler season April 18
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- 2009 marks the 41st anniversary of the Keystone State’s spring gobbler hunting season, and the Pennsylvania Game Commission says turkey hunters should expect to find exciting opportunities afield as t...

News Round-up for Illinois Hunters
From the Illinois Department of Natural Resources -- Anglers and hunters are reminded that the new license year for Illinois fishing, hunting, and sportsman combination licenses began April 1.

World Champion Turkey Caller Sadler McGraw details his preferred calls
By David Rainer -- About a dozen or so years ago, two-time World Champion turkey caller Larry Norton of Butler made a prediction about a young, lanky turkey caller from Camden.

It’s the time for hunting bullfrogs – all across Arkansas
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Frog season is coming up soon. It runs April 15 through Dec. 31 in Arkansas, and you need a fishing license, not a hunting license. The daily limit on bullfrogs is 18, and a day is measured from noon to ...

Maiden Hunt
By Brenda Ryan -- 2008 was my first year to go hunting. I accompanied my father during the early doe season in southern Iowa. Actually, that represented two firsts: my maiden hunt and my father's first time to take his 43-year-old daughter afield ...

The Legend of Skyscraper
By Amanda Bybee -- One of the favorite things my husband and I like to do is to drive around our farm on a four-wheeler and look for deer in the evening. Brett and I spend all summer getting ready for the deer season, which is like a holiday at our ...

Neb. residents may apply for Big Game Draw Units April 20
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission Nebraska residents may begin applying for big game draw unit hunting permits on April 20. Draw units comprise all antelope firearm and muzzleloader permits, all elk units and Desoto December and Republican...

Indiana youth turkey season April 18 and 19
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana’s 2009 spring turkey youth season takes place April 18 and 19. The special season is open to hunters age 15 or younger. Youth hunters are limited to one bearded or male wild turkey....

Emerald ash borer trapping underway in Missouri
By Jim Low / Missouri Department of Conservation -- Citizens can dramatically reduce the risk of spreading the destructive pest by burning firewood where it is obtained. State and federal agencies are launching new efforts to discover whether emera...

West Virginia Announces Big Buck Winners
From the West Virginia DNR -- The winners of the 2008 West Virginia Big Buck Contest have been announced by the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR), according to DNR wildlife biologist Gene Thorn, chairman of the West Virginia Big Buck...

A Turn of Fortune
By Tim Davis -- I began 2008 by finding out my father had terminal cancer and probably wouldn’t see hunting season. My fears were realized on July 29 when he lost his battle with cancer. Dad’s death hit me hard, and I had pretty much co...

SC Hog Hunting Permitted in Daylight Hours Only
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- The S.C. Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that hog hunting is not allowed at night. Night is defined by state law as the period of time from one hour after legal sunset of one...

Register Now for May 9 ND Hunting Guide and Outfitter Test
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The next guide and outfitter written examination is May 9 at 1 p.m. at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department office in Bismarck. The test is given periodically to anyone interested in becoming a ...

Ohio Approves 2009-10 Hunting & Trapping Regulations
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Sept. 1 has again been set as the kick-off date for Ohio’s fall hunting season with the opening of the squirrel hunting season that runs through Jan. 31. Regulations were approved April 1 by the...

Missouri Youth Spring Turkey Harvest Down Slightly From 2008
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- 2009 spring turkey hunting in Missouri kicked off with a youth-only turkey season for Missouri residents age 15 and younger April 4-5. The 2009 youth-season harvest was down slightly with 2,883 birds ...
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