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Monday, December 4th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

September 13, 2011

Revamped Nonresident Nebraska Two-Day Hunt Permit Available

Nebraska’s revamped nonresident two-day hunt permit became available Sept. 1, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. The permit is valid for any two consecutive days of small game and waterfowl hunting during a calendar year. Applicants must specify the two days for which the permit will be valid. The cost of the permit, …

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Gun (Un)Safety

This week we bring you some examples of how not to safely handle firearms and ammunition, brought to you by instructors in the Offbeat Outdoors blog’s Firearms and Shooting Safety for Dummies course. Half-Baked Gun Storage First we offer the story of the Wisconsin man who thought he had a bright idea when he stowed

Big changes for Wisconsin fall wild turkey hunters

Wisconsin’s 2011 fall turkey season opens this Saturday, September 17th, and hunters are reminded of two important changes that will impact the fall hunt: 1. Hunters must register their turkey online or by phone: hunters will no longer be able to register their turkey at a local registration station. Visit the Wild Turkey Harvest Registration

This fall, introduce someone to hunting

We like this, so even though it’s written specifically for a Wisconsin audience, we thought the message would be a good reminder to all of us, as we are just starting to get our feet back into hunting boots this fall…  Friends, family, fun, and food! What could be better? Well, that’s what hunting in

Minnesota DNR seeks comments on walleye regulations on Kabetogama, Namakan, Sand Point, Crane and Little Vermilion lakes

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is hosting public meetings this fall to gather input on the future of walleye regulations on the lakes of Namakan Reservoir. The reservoir includes Kabetogama, Namakan, Sand Point, Crane and Little Vermilion lakes in northern St. Louis County. The forums are intended to provide background information, answer questions

Maryland DNR proposes to suspend fishing privileges of 60 anglers

Ridge, Md. (September 13, 2011) – The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has proposed to suspend the fishing privileges of 60 recreational fisherman for violating Maryland’s fisheries laws. “These are acts that violate the public’s trust,” said DNR Secretary John Griffin. “These suspensions serve as a warning to any would-be violators that we take

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