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Brushed in for the spring gobbler season

Brushed in for the spring gobbler season

Even with wild turkey hunting it can be necessary to camouflage a blind when conditions call for it.

April 2015
Another case of CWD found

Another case of CWD found

A Millersburg, Ohio, deer farm owner has been ordered to destroy a second captive deer herd after tests on a dead white-tailed deer from one of Daniel Yoder’s two breeding farms was confirmed positive for contagious fatal chronic wasting disease.

April 2015
Teach kids safe firearm handling at young age – well before the weapon is loaded

Teach kids safe firearm handling at young age – well before the weapon is loaded

NSSF offers new video to help parents out

April 2015
Deer season proposals change once again

Deer season proposals change once again

To appease Ohio’s sportsmen, the Ohio Division of Wildlife has once again rearranged its deer-hunting proposals for the 2015-2016 seasons.

April 2015
Caring for the mouth call

Caring for the mouth call

Don't hack your way through the spring gobbler season

April 2015
Wild turkey surprise: shotgunning high-noon longbeards

Wild turkey surprise: shotgunning high-noon longbeards

After sunrise, midday gobbler hunting might be the best time to tag a tom

April 2015
Safety tips for spring turkey hunters

Safety tips for spring turkey hunters

Turkey hunting is a safe sport, but it's important to make safety an integral part of each hunt.

April 2015
Pot calls: Best bet for beginning wild turkey hunters

Pot calls: Best bet for beginning wild turkey hunters

Mouth calling is great, but most experienced gobbler chasers and expert callers always carry an assortment of slate, glass, or graphite pot calls.

March 2015
Man guilty of deer trafficking

Man guilty of deer trafficking

A Florida man pleaded guilty Feb. 27 to federal wildlife charges that accused him of conspiracy to illegally sell, transport, and falsely label untested white-tailed deer for the purpose of deer breeding in other states.

March 2015
Charges in CWD case head to the grand jury

Charges in CWD case head to the grand jury

A Holmes County judge refused to dismiss felony charges of tampering with evidence against the operator of a private hunting preserve resulting from an investigation of deer suspected of being exposed to fatal chronic wasting disease.

March 2015
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