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Some Guys Have all the Luck!
Some hunters might consider Bryan Busse to be a lucky guy. One reason is because he harvested a beautiful 167-inch buck on the second day of Indiana's 2007 firearms season. But an even better reason is that he shot the buck with a rifle he'd won the ...

Michael Waddell to Chair National Hunting and Fishing Day
From National Hunting and Fishing Day -- Outdoor television star Michael Waddell has been selected as honorary chairman for this year's National Hunting and Fishing Day, set for Sept. 27. In the volunteer role, Waddell becomes the official spokesma...

2008-2009 Hunting Seasons set in Arkansas
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Arkansas hunters can begin planning their vacations now that commissioners from the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission have formally approved the upcoming season dates. In a 4-2 vote, commissioners passed the...

A Game of Inches: 24 Archers Qualify for Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor World Championship
While terms like bogey, slice and club house may not be part of an archer’s vernacular there’s no denying that archery and golf do indeed share one striking similarity – the need for accurate shots.  The old saying in golf i...

Dolomitic Lime May Be Your Best Food Plot Friend
"Got lime?" This is my first question for the hunter on the phone who wants to know what to plant in his deer food plots. If the answer is "no," then my response to the caller switches to Plan B and we end up talking about lesser ...

Southern Boy Meets Montana Mulie
By Mike Benefield -- Kneeling only 12 yards away from a bedded trophy mule deer was something I could have only dreamed of when I booked this early season archery hunt in southeastern Montana. Yet, there I was, heart pounding and eyes popping, plann...

Big Buck Bonds Brothers
By Matt Spets -- The evolution of a hunter or outdoorsman is an interesting concept, especially when, as in my case, that evolution is a direct parallel to the maturation process of the individual. I believe that sometimes one season, one hunt, one ...

Texas Biologists Predict Active Spring Turkey Season
From Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Turkey hunters should get plenty of calling action this spring, based on field reports of an abundance of Rio Grande gobblers observed by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department biologists. "I have been ...

Kansas Approves Changes to Deer Permit, Hunting Equipment Regulations
From Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission has approved a variety of changes in deer hunting equipment and deer permits. The action came at a public hearing in Topeka March 13, and the changes take effect i...

Two Statues
By T.J. Knight      -- It was the first day of the Tennessee muzzleloader season. I placed my wife in a promising spot then, as usual, reminded her to click her two-way radio every hour on the hour so I'd know she was okay. I c...

Pennsylvania 2007-08 Deer Harvest Drops
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- The Pennsylvania Game Commission recently reported that hunters harvested an estimated 323,070 deer in the state's 2007-08 seasons. That's down 11 percent from the previous seasons' harvest.  Hunters took ...

Still Hunting the Bad Sandhills
By Randy D. Smith -- A thousand years ago the sandhill country south of the Arkansas River in Kansas probably looked like the worst regions of the Sahara desert. Today, a lot of these rolling hills have been tamed by land levelers and circle irrigat...

Kelli's Tar Heel Buck
By Kelli Corbin -- Well, my story is different than most hunting stories. This is my first year to bowhunt and just the second year I have hunted. I live in a little town called Baldwin, which is close to Jacksonville, Fla. My husband, Ron, took m...

Texas Hunting Accidents Continue to Decline
From Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Hunting accidents and fatalities in Texas continued their long-term decline in 2007, still down below three accidents per 10,000 hunters in recent years. That compares to about 12 accidents per 10,000 hunt...

Flailing Whitetails
Text & Photos by Tommy Kirkland -- With the slow arrival of spring, the land begins its green-up. Instantly, deer herds converge on tender sprouts of vegetative growth. Yet, the availability of nutritious food is scarce. Being within close proxi...

Arkansas Deer Plan Covers Sociological Aspect
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Any mention of deer in Arkansas is closely followed by comments relating to people. These may be hunters, landowners, gardeners or suburban residents proud of their azaleas. Now in effect, the new Strategic...

Double Jokers
By Pete Eisentrager -- I grew up in Minnesota hunting and spending time in the outdoors with my entire family. Hunting is truly my one great passions in life. My older brother and I have been hunting together since I was 6 years old. We started out ...

Supreme Court Hears Arguments in D.C. Gun Ban Case
From National Rifle Association -- Fairfax, Va. - The Supreme Court heard oral arguments March 18, 2007, in District of Columbia v. Heller, a case the Court has stated is "limited to the following question: Whether Washington, D.C.'s bans [on h]...

Potosi Thriller
By Chad Meier -- Every since I was 12 years old, I get excited about the open morning of rifle season in southwestern Wisconsin on my grandpa's farm. Most of the time, the urge to hunt is so bad I can't even sleep the night before season because I l...

Kentucky Bow Buck
By Brian Branham -- I had a feeling it would be a good day because it had rained all morning and afternoon while I was at work. There was a cold front about to move through the area. Even a slight drop in the temperature would have the deer moving. ...
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