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How Chocolate Milk Almost Cost Me a Buck
By Richard West -- After passing on the first eight does, I couldn’t help thinking how big and fat doe number nine looked. It was Nov. 21, 2008, the opening day of shotgun season in central Illinois, and since I hadn’t yet seen a buck, I...

Ashtabula County leads Ohio turkey harvest on opening day
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources   -- Ohio hunters harvested a preliminary total of 1,712 bearded wild turkeys on the first day of the spring turkey-hunting season, open through May 17. Steady rain over most of the state kept the...

Salmonella outbreak killing Southern songbirds
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- Salmonella infections have been killing more wild birds than usual in the Southeast this winter, but the increase does not seem related to the nationwide human disease outbreak tied to tai...

Ohio seeks hunter opinions about a new Hunter Access Program
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Access to hunt deer is essential to successful deer management.  Because 95 percent of Ohio’s land base is held in private ownership, access to private property is vital to the success of...

2009 Kansas Deer, Antelope and Elk Seasons Approved
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission approved 2009 big game season regulations at a public hearing in Oakley April 16, and established seasons for deer, antelope and elk.

Ammo Makers Shed Light on Shortage
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- The National Shooting Sports Foundation has received numerous calls regarding shortages of ammunition. Many of these callers have expressed concern that the supply of ammunition is not able to keep up...

An "Interesting" Hunt
By Michael Baumer -- When he heard a buck working over a sapling in the nearby fence row, Levi Baumer thought his hunt might get interesting. Then the buck jumped the fence and walked into the unpicked cornfield Levi was watching from a 17-foot tree...

One Last Time to Finish What We Started
By Brock A. Halbrook   -- My stepfather, Terry Oestmann, is the person who got me hooked on deer hunting when I was a kid. We hunted on great farmland for years, harvesting nice bucks together, though none worthy of mounting. We also had dry y...

Backyard Bruiser
By Luis T. Fernandez -- I started hunting deer in 1966 and have hunted every year since then, excepting 1971-1973, when I was in the U.S. Army. Not having the time and finances to hunt in another states, I normally hunt close to home. I’ve hav...

Youth Hunter Education Challenge registration due May 1 for June event
From the Iowa Department of Natural Resources -- Registration is due May 1 for the Iowa Youth Hunter Education Challenge June 5-7. The event combines competition, education and fun for kids ages 12 to 18 at the 4-H Education and Natural Resources ...

Turkey Hunters Urged to Practice Safety
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission reminds hunters to stay safe while enjoying the spring shotgun turkey hunting season which opens April 18.

PA Commission Game begins gypsy moth spraying effort
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- In an effort to protect wildlife habitat, Pennsylvania Game Commission officials have scheduled gypsy moth spraying for 22,113 acres of its more than 1.4 million-acre State Game Lands (SGLs) system.  Spr...

PA landowners can file for Deer Management Assistance through July 1
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Landowners looking to enroll in the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP), which is designed to help landowners manage deer on their properties, have until July 1 to...

Iowa Deer Hunters share harvest with needy
From the Iowa Department of Natural Resources -- Iowa deer hunters donated more than 7,300 deer to the needy by the close of the 2008-09 deer season through the cooperative Help Us Stop Hunger (HUSH) program. Venison from those deer amounted to 32...

Idaho Moose, Bighorn and Mountain Goat applications due April 30
From the Idaho Fish and Game Commission -- Hunters have until April 30 to apply for moose, bighorn sheep and mountain goat controlled hunts.

Florida Fish and Wildlife seeks input from deer hunters
From Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission -- The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission's (FWC) Deer Management Team is ready to gather input from Florida's hunters on potential changes to the state's current hunting z...

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 ...
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