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December 22, 2010

Preparing for Turkey Season

One of the best parts of spring turkey season is getting ready for it. Spring turkey season arrives at just the right time, as so many things are coming to life and we are all busting to get out in the woods. Because the weeks leading up to opening day pass in late winter, it’s

Fish the Dominant Species

It might sound obvious, but it’s a good idea to target abundant fish. Attention to detail serves us well, in many areas of our lives. When it comes to ice fishing, there is a ‘small detail’ that gets ignored more commonly than you might think, in the process handicapping your best efforts before you drill

38 Colleges Receive NSSF Grants To Build Target Shooting Programs

NEWTOWN, Conn. – The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has awarded 38 grants, a record number, totaling $190,000 to help both new and existing collegiate target shooting programs flourish. Only two years old, NSSF’s Collegiate Shooting Sports Initiative has helped establish competition and club shooting opportunities at colleges across the country-from Harvard to Clemson and


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Scientists urge veto of Michigan moose hunting bill

By JOHN FLESHER AP Environmental Writer TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) – A group of scientists mounted a last-ditch effort Monday to derail legislation that could lead to moose hunting in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, contending too little is known about the size of the herd and its long-term prospects for survival. Rolf Peterson, a Michigan Tech

New Year Means New Penalties for Worst of PA Wildlife Violators

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe today announced that, on Jan. 1, Pennsylvania officially will become the 36th member state of the Interstate Wildlife Violator Compact, under which the worst of convicted wildlife violators will stand to lose their hunting privileges in all states enrolled in the Compact. “The coming New

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