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Sparing Jakes Could Improve Turkey Hunting Now and Later
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- JEFFERSON CITY–Turkey hunters in many parts of Missouri don’t need an expert to tell them the state’s turkey population is down. However, they might be interested in suggestions that ...

Bighorn Sheep Survey Shows Healthy Population
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Based on observations during the annual bighorn sheep survey, biologists believe North Dakota’s tough winter didn’t significantly harm the state’s bighorn sheep population. In fact,...

Apply Now for Nevada’s Big Game Tags
From the Nevada Department of Wildlife -- The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) is now accepting big game tag applications for the 2009 -2010 hunting season. The deadline for receipt of applications is 5 p.m. on Monday, April 20. Big game applica...

Apps. for Tennessee’s First Managed Elk Hunt Accepted April 1-May 31
From Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency -- NASHVILLE -- The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency is accepting applications from April 1 through May 31, 2009 for participation in Tennessee’s first-ever managed elk hunt.   The elk hunt w...

Alabama Depredation Permit Process for Feral Swine, Coyotes Changed
From the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources -- At the request of the Alabama Conservation Advisory Board, Conservation Commissioner Barnett Lawley has issued an emergency regulation to make it easier for landowners and leasehol...

5-Year hunting and fishing license to benefit Oklahoma Sportsmen
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Since the start of 2009, nearly 4,000 sportsmen have already taken advantage of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's new, money-saving five-year hunting, fishing or combination l...

Making Up for Lost Time
By Michael Oder   -- It’s practically a sin in Texas for a man to see his 45th birthday having never hunted deer. At least that’s what my neighbor, Jack, told me. He bought some property out in west Texas and told me he was going t...

Moment Shared
By James A. Weaver Jr. -- Oct. 12, 2008, started out as a cool morning in southeastern Ohio. My brother, Jason, and I were in our stands well before sunrise, one of my favorite times. You are given the opportunity to think about things and just enjo...

Supreme Court Closes the Book on NYC Lawsuit Against Gun Makers
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- Putting an end to nine years of litigation, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear New York City's request to continue a lawsuit that sought to hold firearms manufacturers responsible for the crimina...

Nonresident Any-Deer Bow Licenses Remain
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- More than 250 any-deer bow licenses are still available to nonresidents in 2009, according to Carrie Whitney, licensing supervisor for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. The Game and Fish De...

A Day to Remember
By Troy Willie -- During Iowa’s 2007 gun season, I found some large rubs that primed my pump. I couldn’t wait to resume bowhunting. It had been five years since I’d had the time and lived in an area where I could enjoy hunting with...

Nebraska Approves Big Game Recommendations for 2009
From Nebraska Game and Parks -- A new October antlerless deer hunting season was authorized by the Nebraska Game and Parks Board of Commissioners on Friday to address a specific population concern. All 2009 big game recommendations were approved. ...

My Front-row Seat
By Richard Donati -- I pulled onto the shoulder of the main road and shut off the engine. It was still pitch black outside, and the clock read 4:08. Perfect. I jumped out, grabbed my hat, gloves, head-net, flashlight and bow, and then I struck out f...

My First Whitetail
By Bryce Trager -- I took my first whitetail last December during south central Wisconsin’s extended CWD hunt. I’d just arrived home after a hard day at work when I saw three really nice bucks feeding in an alfalfa field on Grandpa&rs...

Take a Friend Hunting
By Shawn Collins -- You’ve all heard the saying, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” Well my story is just that. I’m 34 years old and have taken a few deer, bu...

2008-09 Buckmasters Online Story Contest Winners
From Buckmasters Online -- The results are in and the winners have been chosen for the 2008-09 Buckmasters Online Story Contest. With more than 140 great stories to choose from, it wasn’t easy, but the prize for the best story goes to Bill C...

Seventh Encounter Ends Badly for Buck
By Lawrence Alexander -- I hunted this deer for two years. It was within bow range three different times the first season, but I never had a decent shot. I was worried the buck wouldn’t survive Virginia’s gun season. Much to my delight,...

The Beggar’s-Lice Buck
By David Rehrig -- Opening week of Georgia’s general gun season was warm — too warm for deer to be moving much. But even a bad day hunting beats a good day at the office, so I was sitting in a low box tower underneath a power line right ...

Some Days You Gotta Dance
By Chris Gilley -- It was about 20 degrees as I arrived at my box stand 45 minutes before daylight on Nov. 9, 2003. Despite the chill in the air, I wanted to be there early since the rut was on in northeast Texas’ Cass County. When I got to t...

No Regrets
By Maurice A. King III  -- First, let me start by acknowledging that there might be some people who feel I should not have taken this deer. I would just like to say that I’m a very ethical person. I respect the environment and wildlife ...
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