By not considering the environmental dynamic, a superior buck, and his DNA, could be eliminated.
Bloggers on Hunting
American Water Spaniel Club bringing its 2017 National Specialty event to Cliftonville Aug. 2-6.
Spring drumming counts are up from 2016.
Make the time now and break up the monotony of the solo backyard shooting session by using a few tricks to spice things up. Or head to the 3-D range for some different target looks and some quality practice and just plain fun. It’s time.
Michigan repealed its ban on Sunday hunting, but 10 states still enforce such a law.
No more excuses for withholding license increases for Pennsylvania’s Fish & Boat and Game commissions.
Don’t wait for later, when you likely won’t be able to enjoy the adventure nearly as much because of the physical limitations brought on by age.
Illinois Natural History Survey used results of random surveys of waterfowl hunters who purchased a state waterfowl permits in the 2002-03 and 2015-16 waterfowl seasons.
Last year, the DNR implemented changes to hunter safety requirements that I’m absolutely not okay with. In fact, in my opinion, they’re downright irresponsible and could lead to tragic consequences. Now, it appears that more modifications are coming soon, and like last year’s, I don’t see them as a positive thing.
The Ruffed Grouse and Young Forest Strategic Plan looks 10 years out and its success hinges on an array of partners working together to create the young forest habitat on which grouse and other woodland species can thrive.
No luck with either for the author in 2017 seasons.
Cites ongoing license fee debate among reasons.
When it comes to the growth cycle and outcome of an individual buck’s antler formation, the most crucial and overlooked element, by far, is the role of the doe.
Getting out to trap, skeet, sporting clays, and the rifle and pistol ranges are just plain fun. But the shooting sessions will also almost assuredly pay dividends in the fall when you’re hunting small or big game.
Both sides make their points in debate over resident hunting, fishing fees.
Signed bills include license fee hikes, allowance for scopes on muzzleloaders, and other fishing- and hunting-related provisions.
Probably the two biggest misconceptions about culling to improve antler genetics are the “spike” debate and environmental influences.
Still, during the month of May I always feels torn between the two pursuits, as do many of my peers.
The final 2017 Environment bill, which Gov. Mark Dayton likely will sign, includes a provision to allow scopes during the blackpowder season.
Pennsylvania outdoor writers conference reinforces pride, satisfaction in craft
Debate over seniors paying for stocked pheasants continues in Pennsylvania
With a turkey in the freezer and morel mushrooms in the bag, the author has enjoyed some outstanding spring opportunities in Michigan’s great outdoors.
Black-legged deer ticks are just terrible this spring in central Pennsylvania and now this outdoor enthusiast is paying the Lyme disease price.
The proposal that would ban bobcat trapping and also the sale of bobcat pelts was amended on Friday to exclude southern Illinois and a handful of western counties from the ban, but trapper and sportsmen groups in the state remain strongly opposed.
Disease has never been found in the wild here, and if the continued surveillance through next fall’s seasons shows the same result, no CWD in the wild, the surveillance program will end.
Rainy weekends dampen gobbler hunter’s spirits but not his resolve.