Hunters reportedly killed 195,738 deer. That's less than the 197,262 killed last year and the 198,049 killed the year before, but more than the 192,111 killed in 2014.
Comes on the heels of age minimum being dropped for children to hunt with mentor.
MILWAUKEE — A Wisconsin kindergartener is among the first youngsters to bag a buck under a new law that eliminates the state's minimum hunting age. Lexie Harris, 6, is no stranger to the woods. Her dad, Tyler Harris, has taken her along…
MONTELLO, Wis. — Two hunters have been found dead in Marquette County during opening day of the gun-deer season. Authorities say a 57-year-old man was found with a gunshot wound in his ground blind in the Town of Newton on…
NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has announced that Bill's Gun Shop & Range, with stores across the Upper Midwest, has achieved Five-Star Ratings at all five locations. Originally a single range built into Minnesota's Robbinsdale Town Center in…
Preliminary estimates after the season ended in November put the kill total at 196,785, down from 198,057 in 2015. But updated figures the DNR released recently show hunters took 202,338 deer during the season.
Kristen Monroe finds out what makes Syren shotguns unique to women.
Whether the storm will impact ice conditions remains to be seen, but agencies such as the Iowa Department of Natural Resources continued to preach ice safety.
Still, deer harvest down 6 percent from 2015.
Public comment on Chronic Wasting Disease Response Plan recommendations again keeps Wisconsin residents in the loop — and in the middle of the process.
Sporting clays a great summer shotgunning option
There really isn’t a compelling reason to overspend on a shotgun, but you do get what you pay for
You may think that all gun rights groups in the United States are created equally, but they’re not.
Breaking in a new rifle properly takes 45 minutes and will help ensure a lifetime of tighter groups from your firearm.
Range time will help Wisconsin hunters become more familiar, and efficient, with their firearms
You bet! Hunting with suppressors is legal – with the appropriate federal permits
A bore-sighting tip from the National Shooting Sports Foundation that will save you time and money
Whether you're hunting via firearm, archery, or muzzleloader (in a treestand or ground blind) have a mental safety checklist whenever you head afield.
Informed hunters, anglers and trappers need to stop misleading viral emails before they start.
Think ahead this Fourth of July holiday weekend to prevent gunshy problems in your upland bird dog
Remington Arms Company, on Friday announced a voluntary recall of Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with X-Mark Pro (“XMP”) triggers, manufactured from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014.
Training beyond hunter safety education important
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